Best Bookish 2019 Amazon Prime Day Deals

It’s that time again – Amazon Prime Day! Technically, it’s actually days: the bargains for Amazon Prime members go from 12am PT on July 15 through 11:59pm PT on July 16. And if you want to be a part of the shopping but don’t have a Prime account, you can get a 30-day free trial.

2019 Prime Day features a variety of bookish deals in case for those who are on the lookout for a new e-reader or who’ve been thinking about checking out Audible. Or if you’ve got a few books on your personal wish list, you can get $5 off of print purchases over $15 by using the code PRIMEBOOK19.

Here are some of the top bookish Prime Day deals for 2019:

E-Readers and Subscription Discounts

Kindle Paperwhite: originally $129.99, now $84.99 (include $5 e-book credit)

Kindle E-reader: originally $89.99, now $59.99 (include $5 e-book credit)

Kindle Oasis: originally $249.99, now $174.99 (include $5 e-book credit)

Three months of Kindle Unlimited: originally $9.99 per month, now $9.99 for 3 months.

Audible ongoing membership: originally $14.95 per month, now 4.95 per month for 3 months

Audible annual membership: originally $149.50 per year, now $119.50 per year

E-books

You Are A Badass by Jen Sincero – $3.99

Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas – $1.99

Less by Andrew Sean Greer – $3.99

Circe by Madeline Miller – $4.99

Emergency Contact by Mary H. K. Choi – $2.99

Print books

Print books are going on lightning sales (meaning short-term and with limited availability) all throughout Prime Days, so keep an eye out to make sure you catch the sales. Here are a few titles to watch for:

Mycroft and Sherlock by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

Radical Candor by Kim Scott

Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children Box Set by Ransom Riggs

A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas

The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings Deluxe Pocket Boxed Set by J.R.R. Tolkien

The Princess Bride Deluxe Edition by William Goldman

Monster by Walter Dean Myers

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Trisha Brown: Trisha Brown grew up in Washington State and moved to Washington, DC, to work on programs that support vulnerable families. She decided to take a break in 2019, so now she’s traveling around the United States learning about different places and communities. She plans to return to her life in DC eventually, but for now she can be found chatting with people in bars and parks, catching up on sleep, and trying to keep herself from buying more books than her car and budget can handle. Find her on Instagram (@trishahaleybrown) or Twitter (@trishahaleybrwn).