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Been looking to get a Kindle for your kiddo? Now would be a great time!
Through October 10th, Amazon Prime members can get $30 off the new Kindle for Kids Bundle. Regularly $99.99, you’ll pay just $69.99. Your choice of a pink, blue, green, purple, or black case is included. (I love the new cases this year! And the choice of colors!)
The price widget is not displaying the discounted price, so you’ll want to see $99.99 to get it for target price after Prime savings (savings apply in cart). This bundle is regularly $124.98, so you’re getting it for nearly half off!
Here are some of the features that come with your Kids Kindle:
- Includes the latest Kindle without sponsored screensavers, a free kid-friendly cover, plus a 2-year worry-free guarantee
- Set reading goals and track progress with Kindle FreeTime
- Zero distractions – unlike tablets, Kindle is designed just for reading
- Power up a young reader’s vocabulary with tools like Word Wise and Vocabulary Builder
- 2-year worry-free guarantee: if they break it, return it and we’ll replace it for free. No questions asked.
- Kindle doesn’t come with a backlight, meaning bedtime starts once the lights are out
- All-new design is thinner and lighter
- Kindle offers more than 250,000 children’s titles, plus easily borrow e-books from your public library
You may be wondering: What’s the difference between the Kids Bundle & the regular Kindle? And is it worth it to pay more for the Kids Bundle? Here are some of the reasons why:
- Best warranty ever — If your kiddo breaks his or her Kindle within the first two years, Amazon will replace it NO QUESTIONS ASKED. With a device for a child, you can’t beat this warranty — and honestly, with my not-exactly gentle children, that warranty is definitely worth it to me!
- Amazon FreeTime Unlimited – This hand-curated subscription comes with over 5,000 kid-friendly books, movies, TV shows, educational apps, and games. As a parent, you can also set Screen Limits, as well as daily limits on videos and games. (Let’s say you want them to have unlimited reading time, but not unlimited gaming time). I wrote about Kindle FreeTime a while ago – you can read my review.
- The kid-friendly cover — Although there’s that awesome 2-year warranty, a good case is always a necessity, especially with a device that a child will be using.
I know Chanukah is “late” this year, but with a deal like this, you may want to start thinking ahead!!