Up to 90% Off Top Kindle eBooks on Amazon

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Grab some new reads for the new year!

Today, December 29th only, hop on over to Amazon where they are offering best-selling Kindle ebooks for as low as $2.99!

If you don’t have a Kindle, keep in mind that you can still read books on your computer or other mobile devices with the FREE Kindle Reading Apps found here.

Check out these reads…

Baby Teeth: A Novel by Zoje Stage
Only $2.99 (regularly $26.99)

How to Walk Away: A Novel by Katherine Center
Only $2.99 (regularly $26.99)

Sadie by Courtney Summers
Only $2.99 (regularly $17.99)

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Comments 17

  1. Desiree

    Wait, even the digital books are near $20 regularly?! I’m new to this kindle thing and I thought they were normally ~$3 since there is little to no production cost.

    • JoAnna

      A lot of the books that go through a publisher will still be pricey. Those are the ones that you can look into borrowing from the library! Use the overdrive or Libby app. (Check with your local library)
      There are also books published independently by authors that are significantly cheaper.

      • Desiree

        Gasp! I had no idea! I got the kindle thinking books were significantly cheaper this way (I get most off eBay and second hand anyway, so this may not wind up being more affordable affordable all!)

    • me

      Your local library likely has a decent ebook selection.
      There is also the once a month amazon first reads once a month for free- usually a decent new book.
      Quality may vary, but there are many free and low-cost books for kindle – several different mailing lists will send daily emails with the amazon links to freebies or low cost books. (I’m currently watching freebooksy , bookbub , thefussylibrarian [my favorite])

      • Bex

        It’s over $100 to buy a membership at our local public library and that’s just for one person. Kinda pricey!

    • Jackie

      You can find free ebooks all the time, you just have to look for them.

      If you don’t have to own something, like others suggested, I check out books from my library and love it. They have a nearly endless supply, and you can request titles. You could also try kindle unlimited if you library system isn’t great – and that probably would wind up being much cheaper than purchasing books.

    • Jodi P

      You can find tons of kindle books for $1-4. I find out about a lot of them at http://www.bookbub.com Even recent bestsellers in fiction, non-fiction, cookbooks, etc.

      While the regular price of e-books can be expensive compared to paper, I have to note that most of the cost is for what is WRITTEN IN the books, the content.. not the paper it’s printed on.

      If you bought a plain, blank book….a journal, you might be willing to pay $5 or so. But if you bought a new paper book of a novel or cookbook you want, you might be willing to pay $15-20. Subtract the $5 it costs for a plain paper book, and the content inside is worth $10-15 to you.

      And you’re paying the authors and publishers for the content.

  2. Mzsarah

    The Other Woman is amazing. Couldn’t put it down.

    • JoAnna

      Agreed!! Loved that one!

    • sarah

      Who wrote it? I see a couple books with the same name. I’m putting a couple books on hold at the library and would love to get this one but would like to know which one your referring to. Thank you!

      • Mzsarah

        Sandie Jones the cover art is a dress hanging in a window

  3. Suzanne

    My local library has digital check out for ebooks. You can keep it for 2 weeks and renew twice just like regular books. Sometimes there is a waitlist if it’s a best seller, but worth it to save on buying!

  4. Juliee

    When Hip2Save posted a similar sale here a few days ago I bought “the Life Changing Habit of Tidying Up” as a perfectly timed gift for $2.99, received a $2.24 credit, so I bought a copy for myself, received ANOTHER credit, so bought a copy for my husband–with the credits, our copies were only .75 and I think I still have another credit! I went on to try and buy another copy for my mom last night and price is back to 9.99 so I would say these sales are definitely worth it!!!

    • Susan

      Hey Juliee,
      Could you tell me how to gift someone an ebook? I’ve only purchased an ebook once to read from my Kindle app on my iphone, there may be a gift option, but I don’t remember.

      • Juliee

        Hi Susan! Once you start the buying process there is an option to “give as gift” and you’ll need to enter the recipient’s email address. You also choose a delivery date. Note: do not click “buy now” if you want to give as a gift.

        • Susan

          Thank you so much!

    • Weronika

      You can add your husband on Amazon so you will share the library between each other. I bought exactly the same book and my husband can also read it on his kindle. I love the book by the way, it is well timed since we’ll be moving this summer.

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