Kindle E-Readers: Prime Sale + American Express Discount = $9.99 Kindle?

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Amazon is having two separate promotions on Kindle e-Readers that can stack together to result in a $10 Kindle. This was a great opportunity to upgrade from my ancient 2nd generation Kindle. First, all Amazon Prime members have the special Kindle prices below ($30 to $40 off):

Amazon Prime members who have also have a linked American Express card with Membership Rewards linked may be eligible for an additional $30 to $40 off discount:

Cardholders of an American Express card with Membership Rewards should also check again to see if they are eligible for this targeted $30 off any $60 purchase promotion when you use as little as 1 Membership Rewards point. You may even be able to get it a second time. The items must be shipped and sold by Amazon.

There have been some pretty solid American Express + Amazon offers recently. Here are my two favorite cards that earn Membership Rewards with no annual fee, one consumer and one business:

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  1. Ismael Saifan says:

    Hi Jonathan. I picked this up a couple of months ago with a similar promotion. Do you know of any methods to get good quality books on it, for free of course. I know you can check out from public libraries, but those are usually only for the tablet types of readers. Thanks

  2. What’s with the legal statement at the top of all of your blogs? It takes away from the good content that you provide. Even the article previews on the bottom of your pages are half full of the legal statement. I hope you didn’t get sued by anyone.

  3. “Thank you for your interest in this offer. Unfortunately you are not eligible.”

    I went through the trouble of linking my MR account and still got this message. Any idea what the eligibility criteria are?

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