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Amazon’s Kindle Scribe Is on Sale for Prime Day! Save Up to 28% Off With This Limited Deal

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Last fall, Amazon released its very first Kindle designed for reading and writing. The Kindle Scribe retails for $340, but the popular device got a price cut on Tuesday (Oct. 10) for Amazon’s Prime Big Deal Days event.

Kindle Scribe is currently on sale for $264.99 (reg. $339.99), while the bundle is discounted to $323.97 (28% off), plus free shipping. Prime members can save up to 54% off Amazon devices during Prime Big Deal Days event.

Kindle Scribe features the world’s first 10.2-inch, a 300-ppi, glare-free, high-definition, front-lit display screen and stylus pen. The device debuted in November 2022 during the holiday shopping season.

Buy: Introducing Kindle Scribe (16 GB), the first Kindle for reading and writing, with a 10.2” 300 ppi Paperwhite display, includes Basic Pen $264.99 (with eligible trade-in)

Apart from new capabilities, Kindle Scribe comes equipped with fan-favorite features including an adjustable warm light, auto-adjusting front light, USB-C charging and a battery designed to last for weeks at a time.

The 16GB Kindle Scribe retails for $339 (Kindle Unlimited subscription not included), but you can also purchase the device in 32 GB and 64 GB of storage options. Choose between the battery-free Basic Pen or the Premium Pen, which has an eraser and customizable shortcut button to open things like sticky notes (be sure to add a fabric cover to keep your Scribe protected.)

“Kindle Scribe is the best Kindle we’ve ever built, creating a reading and writing experience that feels like real paper,” Kevin Keith, vice president of Amazon Devices said in a new release announcing the Scribe. “It’s inspired by the Kindle customers who have added billions of notes and highlights to books over the years, and it’s also ideal for reviewing and marking up documents, managing your to-do list, or doodling over a big idea. Plus, it offers all the Kindle benefits customers know and love—millions of books on demand, adjustable fonts, premium reading features, and weeks and weeks of battery life—with the benefit of a beautiful, large display.”

If you’re interested in another deal, the Kindle Scribe Essentials bundles are also marked down at Amazon. The bundle includes a 64GB Kindle Scribe, adapter and folio cover.

Buy: Kindle Scribe Essentials Bundle With Magnetic Fabric Folio Cover $363.97

Get the bundle with the fabric folio cover on sale for $363.97 (regular $499.97) or the leather cover for $381.97 (regular $519.97).

Kindle Scribe includes free access to the Kindle Store where you can select from more than 13 million titles, including over three million eBooks, over one million nonfiction titles, up to three magazine subscriptions, and thousands of audiobooks and short reads.

Now that it’s finally Prime Day, shoppers can enjoy major discounts at Amazon. Shop the newest Kindle, Kindle Scribe, Kindle Paperweight and more starting at just $75 at Amazon.

Purchase the Kindle Scribe above.

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