Amazon announces second annual 12 Days of Deals for books

Amazon announces second annual 12 Days of Deals for books

You bought yourself a new Kindle Fire HD or Android tablet, eh? You do plan to use that for educational and informational reasons, right? Amazon has introduced its second annual 12 Days of Deals for books.

Note that it is not required that you own an Amazon tablet or something with “Kindle” in its title in order to take advantage of the deals. No, you can also get in on the big discounts with the Amazon Kindle app which is available for free in the Google Play Store.

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Day 2

Day 1

For those who prefer the physical book experience, Amazon is offering discounts on “real” books as well.

The first day’s deals in print books were:

  • Donna Tartt’s The Goldfinch—$8.99 (70% off the list price)
  • Philipp Meyer’s The Son—$12.99 (53% off the list price)
  • Robert Galbraith’s The Cuckoo’s Calling—$11.99 (54% off the list price)

Kindle deals start at 12:01 am PST each day at www.amazon.com/dealsinbooks or at www.amazon.com/kindledailydeal and are available for 24 hours. Print book deals will be discounted throughout the day (8 am PST – 8 pm PST) in 4 hour increments.

Press release

 

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