Amazon's Kindle drops to an all-time low of $50 ahead of Black Friday

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Update 11/24/21: Amazon has a new promotion that knocks $20 off when you buy two Kindles through November 29th. That means you can get two Kindles for $80, bringing the price for each down to only $40. That's a great deal if you wanted a new e-reader for yourself and also know someone for whom it would make a good gift.

As ever, Amazon is discounting many of its products for the Black Friday shopping period. Like many other companies, Amazon is getting out of the gate a little early with deals on Kindles. The standard Kindle is down from $90 to $50, which is the lowest price we've seen for the e-reader. Back in the summer, it dropped to $55 for Amazon Prime Day.

Buy Kindle at Amazon - $50

This is the ad-supported version of the tenth-generation Kindle, which has a 167 ppi glare-free display with a built-in front light. It comes with 8GB of storage, which is enough to store thousands of books. You can also pair it with Bluetooth headphones or speakers to listen to audiobooks.

Elsewhere, two Kindles for kids are on sale. Kindle Kids is down to $60 (usually $110) and Kindle Paperwhite Kids, which usually costs $160, has dropped to $115, only a couple of months after Amazon announced it. Both come with a year of access to Amazon Kids+, a kid-friendly cover and a two-year worry-free guarantee — Amazon will replace the device if it breaks during that period.

Buy Kindle Kids at Amazon - $60 Buy Kindle Paperwhite Kids at Amazon - $115

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