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The new Kindle is available for £89 with a free canvas case (In either red, black or purple) and a £10 voucher off your next purchase.

Seems like a good deal especially now the Tesco voucher has expired.

Collect in store only?

Sorry if it has been posted already.

Currys:

Black - http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/amazon-kindle-with-black-canvas-case-12258539-pdt.html

Purple - http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/amazon-kindle-with-purple-canvas-case-12258542-pdt.html

Red - http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/amazon-kindle-grey-12258523-pdt.html

PC World:

Black - http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/amazon-kindle-with-black-canvas-case-12258539-pdt.html

Purple - http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/amazon-kindle-with-purple-canvas-case-12258542-pdt.html?intcmpid=display~RR~~12258542

Red - http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/amazon-kindle-with-red-canvas-case-12258523-pdt.html?intcmpid=display~RR~~12258523

Terms and conditions for voucher
*Free £10 voucher when you buy any eReader, food mixer (excluding hand mixers), food processor, coffee machine, selected health and beauty products over £20 (hair stylers, straighteners, dryers, epilators and massage products), Tablet PC, portable games console, Apple iPod, compact camera, iPod dock over £50, or DAB radio. Excludes refurbished products. Offer ends 18/03/12. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer, discount or promotion. Voucher redeemable between 11/04/12 and 02/05/12. 1 per transaction. For a full refund under our 21 day change of mind policy, both the voucher and receipt will be required until 21/04/12. For online purchases vouchers will be e-mailed to customers between 3/4/12 and 6/4/12.
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kai1791#1
Brilliant! bought my girlfriend one of these for christmas last year, never stops using it :)
gari189[helper]#2
Good deal, heat added. You also get the voucher if you buy a kobo ereader, so if you prefer a touchscreen for £10 less they have the Kobo Touch for £79 (no free case though)...............
stark#3
waiting waiting waiting for kindle fire UK? whats going on amazon
ginjaninja88#4
stark
waiting waiting waiting for kindle fire UK? whats going on amazon


Same here , seems silly buying this when the fire might came out next month!
tommay#5
can the £10 voucher be used on anything or is there a minimum spend?
JaggySnake 2 Likes #6
ginjaninja88
stark
waiting waiting waiting for kindle fire UK? whats going on amazon


Same here , seems silly buying this when the fire might came out next month!


It's a completely different product. An e-ink reader, like this, is a much, much better eReader than a tablet.
JaggySnake 1 Like #7
tommay
can the £10 voucher be used on anything or is there a minimum spend?


Anything and no minimum spend I don't think. Just has to be used between 11/04/12 and 02/05/12.
gari189[helper] 3 Likes #8
stark
waiting waiting waiting for kindle fire UK? whats going on amazon
The Fire is just a tablet like many other tablets eg Blackberry Playbook - so if you want a colour tablet there are plenty already to choose from.....
ParkwayDrive#9
I'm getting fed up of Curry's changing these offers every week! It was only last week I went in and they only had the £10 voucher (which doesn't start till April), a week or so before that it was a 15% off voucher.
StolenDiagram#10
Anyone else having trouble reserving one? I'm entering my post code and it keeps coming up with Scotland based stores :(
spd x 2#11
StolenDiagram
Anyone else having trouble reserving one? I'm entering my post code and it keeps coming up with Scotland based stores :(


Reservations working ok for me.
DonDraper#12
JaggySnake
ginjaninja88
stark
waiting waiting waiting for kindle fire UK? whats going on amazon


Same here , seems silly buying this when the fire might came out next month!


It's a completely different product. An e-ink reader, like this, is a much, much better eReader than a tablet.

You're so wrong. The Fire is specifically designed for the e-reader user. It works straight out of the box as a Kindle but will all the advantages and adaptability of a colour touch screen. It then has a very slick internet browser and excellent mail program. That's why it's such a huge seller in the US.

Available here (and elsewhere) for around £169 Clicky
JaggySnake 6 Likes #13
DonDraper
JaggySnake
ginjaninja88
stark
waiting waiting waiting for kindle fire UK? whats going on amazon


Same here , seems silly buying this when the fire might came out next month!


It's a completely different product. An e-ink reader, like this, is a much, much better eReader than a tablet.

You're so wrong. The Fire is specifically designed for the e-reader user. It works straight out of the box as a Kindle but will all the advantages and adaptability of a colour touch screen. It then has a very slick internet browser and excellent mail program. That's why it's such a huge seller in the US.

Available here (and elsewhere) for around £169 Clicky


I'm afraid that I am not so wrong. The Kindle Fire is a backlit tablet and therefore a less comfortable reading device than the e-ink display of a regular Kindle.

The colour touch screen and internet browser are irrelevant as I was not arguing its merits as a tablet just as an eReader.
spaceghost 2 Likes #14
JaggySnake
DonDraper
JaggySnake
ginjaninja88
stark
waiting waiting waiting for kindle fire UK? whats going on amazon


Same here , seems silly buying this when the fire might came out next month!


It's a completely different product. An e-ink reader, like this, is a much, much better eReader than a tablet.

You're so wrong. The Fire is specifically designed for the e-reader user. It works straight out of the box as a Kindle but will all the advantages and adaptability of a colour touch screen. It then has a very slick internet browser and excellent mail program. That's why it's such a huge seller in the US.

Available here (and elsewhere) for around £169 Clicky


I'm afraid that I am not so wrong. The Kindle Fire is a backlit tablet and therefore a less comfortable reading device than the e-ink display of a regular Kindle.

The colour touch screen and internet browser are irrelevant as I was not arguing its merits as a tablet just as an eReader.


Agreed. Good luck reading a book on your tablet outside on a sunny day.
mattmerch#15
tablets nice for reading glossy magz indoors
ereader ideal for reading anywhere
cannot see the atraction of the fire myself


Edited By: mattmerch on Mar 15, 2012 14:49
bettyboop17#16
StolenDiagram
Anyone else having trouble reserving one? I'm entering my post code and it keeps coming up with Scotland based stores :(

google postcode for your nearest store, and put that postcode in not your own, I had same problem till I tried this and then It came up with my local store
ezman#17
DonDraper
JaggySnake
ginjaninja88
stark
waiting waiting waiting for kindle fire UK? whats going on amazon


Same here , seems silly buying this when the fire might came out next month!


It's a completely different product. An e-ink reader, like this, is a much, much better eReader than a tablet.

You're so wrong. The Fire is specifically designed for the e-reader user. It works straight out of the box as a Kindle but will all the advantages and adaptability of a colour touch screen. It then has a very slick internet browser and excellent mail program. That's why it's such a huge seller in the US.

Available here (and elsewhere) for around £169 Clicky


The normal kindle is the best for reading books, hands down, the popularity in the US of the kindle fire is down to the subsidy on cost, you get a good tablet for cheap, great for videos and surfing, yes you can read on these too, but the experience is not nearly as good.
trafficzombie#18
Have to agree, I have both a Kindle and a Kindle Fire and they are as good as each other for reading, no difference at all.

the Kindle Fire is mint, just a pity about the limitations on the stores.... but there are ways around that ;)

I paid £145 brnad new on a well known auction site

Edited By: trafficzombie on Mar 15, 2012 17:11
leritz#19
Hi Guys, what is the real difference in using iPad to a Kindle? Cheers...
chcezary#20
kobo touch or kindle?

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