Best Kindle Deals and Sales for September 2022

Reading books has evolved into a new phase with the launch of e-readers, spearheaded by Amazon and its Kindle devices. Whether you read before going to sleep, on the commute to work, for your studies, or as a recreational activity, you'll enjoy a new way to read with a Kindle. There are different Kindle models to choose from, each with features that will provide comfort and convenience to an activity that has stood the test of time. Amazon's Kindle devices are mainstays in our list of the best e-readers.

Kindles are available across a wide budget range. However, if you'd like to enjoy savings when buying one of these e-book readers, we're here to help you out. Here are some of the best Kindle deals that are currently available from Amazon.

This week the best prices are the regular list prices, except for the Kindle Paperwhite and you're not likely to find a better deal if you need to buy immediately. However,  just wait a week or two and check back, the prices are fairly fluid. A brand new base model Kindle (2022 Edition) is scheduled to ship on its release day, October 12, 2022.

The latest Kindle entry-level model will have a much higher resolution display (300 dpi versus 167 dpi) and twice the storage (16 GB versus 8 GB) compared to the outgoing 2019 version. You can now for October 12 delivery at the £100 list price. Or, you can snap up a bargain and buy the popular and highly successful 2019 edition for just £65 (see below).

Amazon Kindle (2019 edition) -- £65, was £90

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Why buy

  • E Ink technology
  • Built-in adjustable front light
  • Long battery life
  • Lightweight design

The 2019 Amazon Kindle, the basic model of the line of e-readers, highlights one of the main benefits of Amazon's Kindle line -- even as an ad-supported digital device, reading on its glare-free display is like reading from the paper pages of a book, even when you're doing so under direct sunlight, because of E Ink technology.

You can also adjust the brightness of the Kindle's built-in adjustable front light so that you can comfortably read in whatever situation, whether you're inside or outside, day or night. If you want to get back to the book that you're reading on the Kindle, you can do so at any time. Unlike most of today's electronic devices that require daily charging, the Kindle can last for weeks on a single charge, so you'll rarely have to plug it in.

That's still not enough time to go through all the books that you download into the e-reader's 8GB of storage, though, as it can hold thousands of e-books at a time. While reading, you can highlight text, search for the definitions of unfamiliar words through Smart Lookup, and adjust text size to make reading easier on the eyes. Another reason to go for the Kindle is its lightweight design.

You can place this e-reader in your pocket or bag, and you won't notice you have it with you. It's also possible to hold it in one hand while you read, but it doesn't sacrifice durability. It feels sturdy while you're holding it, and the thick bezels around the screen add to that perception.

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite -- £140

Why buy

  • 6.8-inch glare-free screen
  • Lasts for weeks on a single charge
  • Adjustable warm light
  • IPX8 rated to withstand some water exposure

If you've got some extra cash to spare, you should go for the 2021 Amazon Kindle Paperwhite instead of the basic Amazon Kindle.

The ad-supported e-reader features a larger 6.8-inch glare-free display with thinner borders, which reduces distractions while you're reading e-books. But even with the bigger screen, the device can still last for weeks on a single charge, and it comes with a USB-C charging port that makes it compatible with chargers and cables you already own. The Kindle Paperwhite comes with an adjustable warm light that will automatically activate after a certain time through its auto-scheduling feature.

You can also choose to active a dark mode that inverts the screen's colors, if you prefer such a theme. If you're planning to keep reading even while taking a dip in the bathtub or relaxing by the pool, the Kindle Paperwhite is IPX8 rated, which means it can withstand accidental splashes of water, immersion in up to 2 meters of fresh water for up to 60 minutes, or immersion in up 0.25 meter of seawater for up to three minutes. With 8GB of storage, it will be a long while before you run out of books to read, though you'll be reading at a faster pace as the Kindle Paperwhite promises 20% faster page turns.

If you're looking for an e-reader that incorporates most of the feedback generated from e-book lovers over the years, this is the model you should get.

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Kids -- £160

Why buy

  • One-year subscription to Amazon Kids+
  • Includes protective cover with magnets
  • Two-year replacement guarantee
  • Retains all features of Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

As its name suggests, the 2021 Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Kids takes the 2021 Amazon Kindle Paperwhite and focuses it on children. Every purchase of the e-book reader comes with a one-year subscription to Amazon Kids+, which provides access to thousands of books ranging from timeless classics to popular modern series. Your child will never run out of age-appropriate books to read, and once the subscription ends, you can choose to continue it so that these e-books will keep your children company as they grow up.

If your child is still pretty young and you're worried that the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Kids won't last, don't worry as the device comes with a cover that features magnets for secure closure and a durable exterior that protects the e-reader from bumps and scratches. It also has a two-year guarantee that promises a free replacement if it breaks within that period, which should give you peace of mind. The Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Kids retains the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite's 6.8-inch glare-free display, IPX8 rating, adjustable warm light, and weeks-long battery life.

However, with additional tools like Vocabulary Builder and Word Wise, in addition to the child-focused features, the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Kids is the perfect device for young book lovers, and a great gift from parents who want to teach their children the joy of reading books.

Amazon Kindle Oasis -- £300

Why buy

  • Largest Kindle screen at 7 inches
  • Adaptive front light
  • 32GB of storage
  • Adjustable warm light for reading at night

The top-of-the-line model of Amazon's Kindle devices is the 2019 Kindle Oasis, which includes all the important features of all the other models of the e-reader, while introducing new ones that make it an attractive option for e-book lovers. First is its 7-inch screen, the largest on a Kindle, with 1680 x 1264 resolution that enables sharp and clear text, and an adaptive front light that makes adjustments to the display's brightness depending on lighting conditions. However, the device remains lightweight, with a design featuring page-turn buttons at the side that makes it easy to hold in one hand while you read.

With relatively massive storage space of 32GB, you can install virtually unlimited content to read on the e-reader, and you also have access to Kindle-exclusive typefaces that you can combine with text size and boldness adjustments for maximum readability. You can also easily search for a word's meaning if you're unsure, so that you won't miss important details in whatever you're reading. The Kindle Oasis comes with the same adjustable warm light feature that's found in the Kindle Paperwhite, which makes it easier on the eyes to read at night and in low-light conditions, but not the USB-C port as it was released two years earlier.

However, that's a minor omission compared to all the other benefits you can enjoy from the Kindle Oasis.

If you want to get the best of Amazon's Kindle devices, this is the model you should invest in.

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