Amazon Canada Amazon.ca: Amazon Kindle Paperwhite $99.99 (regularly $139.99) Get the Kindle Paperwhite for $100!

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Get started on your reading backlog with some help from Amazon.ca, because you can get the Kindle Paperwhite for $99.99 (regularly $139.99) with free shipping, for a total savings of $40.00!

The $99.99 price matches the historical low price for the Paperwhite and this popular e-reader is a great gift for yourself for any avid reader, as it can hold thousands of books in its slim form-factor, which features 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

Need some books to get started? There are over 100 AmazonClassics titles available for free to Kindle owners -- click here to see which titles are available and how to download them to your new Kindle.

This offer is effective for a limited time only. The Kindle Paperwhite is eligible for free shipping and Kindle e-books are available for download immediately after purchase on supported devices.

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    • Looking for any discounts on Kobo readers
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    • Came here to post the same deal! Been waiting a couple months for the price drop. Was expecting $120 but this is even better!

      Anyone find any decent covers for good price?
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    • how often does it go on sale?
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    • grandenoirceur wrote:
      Feb 3rd, 2018 4:16 pm
      how often does it go on vsale?
      Every few months at 120, but usually only goes for $100 once a year on black friday
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    • wildzero wrote:
      Feb 3rd, 2018 4:08 pm
      Came here to post the same deal! Been waiting a couple months for the price drop. Was expecting $120 but this is even better!

      Anyone find any decent covers for good price?
      The best is Amazon's own because it's genuine leather and will last forever. It's $40:
      https://www.amazon.ca/Amazon-Kindle-Pap ... white+case

      There are good copies in fake leather (plastic) for $15-20, but they'll eventually split at the hinge from use. The "MoKo" and "Fintie" brands on Amazon are well reviewed and have a huge selection of styles.
      There are plenty of copies on eBay that claim to be leather, but usually admit it's "PU leather" (polyurethane, i.e. plastic) somewhere on the page. I was lucky enough to find one that claimed to be genuine leather for about $20, expecting it to be fake and having to return it, but got lucky and it's real (might have been someone at the factory selling them on eBay). But that's a gamble and takes time to find. I'd recommend the genuine Amazon one.
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    • wildzero wrote:
      Feb 3rd, 2018 4:08 pm
      Came here to post the same deal! Been waiting a couple months for the price drop. Was expecting $120 but this is even better!

      Anyone find any decent covers for good price?
      You might want to consider something like this.

      Paperwhite has a great feeling to touch and snap-on case would just make it heavier and awkward to hold.

      Also, as "everything Kindle" it is usually more expensive at Amazon.xx then eBay...

      Just my 2 cents...

      Edit:

      I actually have one of these, and for my needs it's great.. And if I find nice and cheap _real_ leather one, I even might decide to to go for it... Paperwhite deserves it..! :-)
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    • OakAged wrote:
      Feb 3rd, 2018 5:41 pm
      The best is Amazon's own because it's genuine leather and will last forever. It's $40:
      https://www.amazon.ca/Amazon-Kindle-Pap ... white+case

      There are good copies in fake leather (plastic) for $15-20, but they'll eventually split at the hinge from use. The "MoKo" and "Fintie" brands on Amazon are well reviewed and have a huge selection of styles.
      There are plenty of copies on eBay that claim to be leather, but usually admit it's "PU leather" (polyurethane, i.e. plastic) somewhere on the page. I was lucky enough to find one that claimed to be genuine leather for about $20, expecting it to be fake and having to return it, but got lucky and it's real (might have been someone at the factory selling them on eBay). But that's a gamble and takes time to find. I'd recommend the genuine Amazon one.
      Bought this for my paperwhite, fits like a glove and has held up wonderfully. Definitely worth buying.
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    • New paperwhite on the next few months?
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    • Paperwhite only have 3gb storage. Is that kind of small?
      Can I use it to read anything from overdrive( library eBook) or Zinio magazine?

      Thanks
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    • bob318 wrote:
      Feb 3rd, 2018 8:30 pm
      Paperwhite only have 3gb storage. Is that kind of small?
      Can I use it to read anything from overdrive( library eBook) or Zinio magazine?

      Thanks
      3GB for books is like A LOT... More than 'nuff...

      Kindle will not work w/library eBooks out of the box. You need to research some well known workarounds, so it is possible.

      Don't know about magazines..

      However, if a library borrowing is something you seriously considering and/or doing, maybe you should look into Kobo... Their readers do that easy, and have the Pocket app. interface built straight in as well...

      Edit:
      This just reminded me how much I miss integrated Pocket... :-(
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    • I've got my first e-reader on Black Friday and it was Kindle Paperwhite. I've had some PDF material but when trying to read it on the Kindle I've run into issues: either I had to hold it sideways or it wasn't comfortable to read (zoom in too much or not enough). It was frustrating and I was thinking that maybe I should've gone with a larger screen e-reader. However, I have found a workaround.

      For Mobi Format:

      Attach the .mobi file to an email, send it to your Kindle's email address (with any subject, and no body in the email), and it should appear on your Kindle shortly. You can also drag and drop the file onto your Kindle if you attach the device to your PC with a USB cable.

      For PDF Format:

      You get two choices. If you want your Kindle to display every page in the PDF as if it were a graphic, you have to email the .pdf file to your Kindle's address w/o a subject line. That will maintain the formatting and graphics, but the font size may be too small to read. (That's the issue that I had). If you're OK with this kind of formatting, you can also drag and drop the file onto your Kindle if you attach the device to your PC with a USB cable.

      Another option is to attach the .pdf file to an email, and make the subject line "convert" (just that word). Send it to your Kindle email address and your PDF will be converted automatically into a Mobi file, where you can control the font size and formatting. The graphics will still be in there as well, but you'll lose the layout of the original PDF.

      I hope it would be helpful to new users.
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    • -=PASHA=- wrote:
      Feb 3rd, 2018 9:28 pm
      I've got my first e-reader on Black Friday and it was Kindle Paperwhite. I've had some PDF material but when trying to read it on the Kindle I've run into issues: either I had to hold it sideways or it wasn't comfortable to read (zoom in too much or not enough). It was frustrating and I was thinking that maybe I should've gone with a larger screen e-reader. However, I have found a workaround.

      For Mobi Format:

      Attach the .mobi file to an email, send it to your Kindle's email address (with any subject, and no body in the email), and it should appear on your Kindle shortly. You can also drag and drop the file onto your Kindle if you attach the device to your PC with a USB cable.

      For PDF Format:

      You get two choices. If you want your Kindle to display every page in the PDF as if it were a graphic, you have to email the .pdf file to your Kindle's address w/o a subject line. That will maintain the formatting and graphics, but the font size may be too small to read. (That's the issue that I had). If you're OK with this kind of formatting, you can also drag and drop the file onto your Kindle if you attach the device to your PC with a USB cable.

      Another option is to attach the .pdf file to an email, and make the subject line "convert" (just that word). Send it to your Kindle email address and your PDF will be converted automatically into a Mobi file, where you can control the font size and formatting. The graphics will still be in there as well, but you'll lose the layout of the original PDF.

      I hope it would be helpful to new users.
      Use calibre and convert any format you want to exact specifications you prefer. Have had no issues with anything.
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    • Hot deal OP. This price comes up rarely and the device is worth it. Glad I replaced my kobo with this, no comparison.
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    • xFRUGALITYx wrote:
      Feb 3rd, 2018 9:35 pm
      Hot deal OP. This price comes up rarely and the device is worth it. Glad I replaced my kobo with this, no comparison.
      agreed
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    • This is pretty much strictly for reading books? Is there anything else I would want this for?
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    • cjam wrote:
      Feb 3rd, 2018 10:13 pm
      This is pretty much strictly for reading books? Is there anything else I would want this for?
      I use mine to read a lot of online clippings saved for offline
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    • cjam wrote:
      Feb 3rd, 2018 10:13 pm
      This is pretty much strictly for reading books? Is there anything else I would want this for?
      To answer your question, not really. It functions solely as an exceptional e-reader.

      I love reading, and have wanted an e-reader for a while, especially when I am carrying a large fantasy book around with me everywhere. But I also wanted something I could travel with and browse the web, and maybe watch some Netflix on. I opted for the Amazon Fire tablet. It is also on sale at the moment and functions, according to reviews I've read, as a pretty good e-reader. The main cons being the ppi (dpi) which is about 189 in comparison to the Paperwhite's 300, and the more reflective screen. Otherwise it seems to be the best tablet/e-reader on the mark
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    • Bought this back in Nov/Dec for same price and it's been solid. Amazon had a bunch of free classic books a while back and they all pushed to the reader. Easy to convert epubs to mobi as well with the different converters available online.
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    • Ooh I am SO tempted! Contemplated the paperwhite on and off the last couple of years and got the iPad mini instead, which is used for occasional reading but the glare does get distracting. What to do...
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    • I want to buy it but I'm worried a new model is around the corner. This one came out in 2015 I believe.
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