Amazon Canada Amazon.ca: Amazon Kindle Paperwhite $109.99 (regularly $139.99), Prime Members Only Get the Kindle Paperwhite for $110! (Prime Only)

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Read your favourite books on-the-go with the latest Kindle deal from Amazon.ca, because Prime members can get the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite for $109.99 (regularly $139.99) with free shipping, for a total savings of $30.00! The model with 3G networking is also available for $179.99 (regularly $209.99).

The $109.99 price is the second-lowest price ever for the Kindle Paperwhite, which is the most popular Kindle model, featuring a high resolution display with twice as many pixels as the standard Kindle. Other features include:

  • Built-in adjustable light-read day and night
  • No screen glare, even in bright sunlight
  • A single battery charge lasts weeks, not hours
  • Massive selection, lowest prices -- over a million titles for $4.99 or less
  • Lighter than a paperback, holds thousands of books
  • Exclusive features help build your vocabulary, learn characters and connect with like-minded readers

This offer is effective for a limited time only exclusively for Amazon Prime members. The Kindle Paperwhite will ship for free and Kindle books are available for download immediately after purchase on supported devices.

Not an Amazon Prime member? Read our guide to see what it has to offer and find out if it's right for you.

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    • Not as good as Prime Day @ $100, but it's a great device; my gf loves it.
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    • not bad. it usually discounts at 119 $. i wouldve picked one up had i not purchased the kobo ereader for 75 at the source.
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    • $20 discount was the best deal I could find before, $109.99 is a new low as I know
      Bough mine when it was $120 though
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    • I bought it at $140 because I needed it, didn't care too much but crazy thing is I had just requested for a replacement due to excessive back light bleed, fortunately Amazon was able to offer me a credit for the price difference which is nice.
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    • sinuking wrote:
      Sep 6th, 2017 9:01 pm
      I bought it at $140 because I needed it, didn't care too much but crazy thing is I had just requested for a replacement due to excessive back light bleed, fortunately Amazon was able to offer me a credit for the price difference which is nice.
      I purchased one a few months ago, was not very impressed by the quality. I found the back light to be nonuniform, you could physically see the LED's when tilting it.
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    • New Kindle rumoured for this fall. Could explain the drop in price.
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    • Got on during Prime Days for $99 for my MIL. She loves it.
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    • I grabbed a Kobo Aura for $75 a little while back, but think I'll return it and go for this since I have a "15% off any kindle" coupon that needs to be used. The resolution is pretty low on the Aura compared to the PW.
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    • Yeah, the new one is rumored to come out during fall. I was really set on waiting for the new one, but I picked up the kobo aura for $75, which is worth it imo.
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    • does it work on library ebooks? or kobo is better for library ebooks?
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    • dizzy008 wrote:
      Sep 6th, 2017 10:31 pm
      does it work on library ebooks? or kobo is better for library ebooks?
      Kindle isn't officially compatible with library books, which is a significant strike against. However, I am annoyed that you cant send books to a kobo by email like you can with kindle -- you have to physically connect it to your computer to get library books and others not purchased through kobo (as far as I understand). I really like the ease of using Calibre with kindle -- managing your library and sending books directly to any device, including those of friends of relatives.
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    • I think it's the best e-reader in the market, had mine for more than 3 years, love it
      The lowest price from Amazon was $89.99 as my recall, but go with the deal if you need it now
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    • dizzy008 wrote:
      Sep 6th, 2017 10:31 pm
      does it work on library ebooks? or kobo is better for library ebooks?
      Kobo's use Overdrive, the same thing most libraries use for E-books.
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    • I got an original version that with no light, a little convenient, time to change it.
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    • Waiting for the chinese to break the eink formula. This stuff should have been cheaper than free papers on the subway since long back.
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    • it was 99.00 not too long ago.
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    • Prime members can get the Kindle Paperwhite Wifi version for $109 today, off from $139.99. Wifi with free 3G version is $179.99, off from $209.99.
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    • Not sure why is down vote. It only goes to $100 on Prime Days.
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