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Update on the New KINDEAL: So Far At Least, Kindle Deals Are Like a License to Print Money!

I mentioned in a post on Friday that in the first 24 hours with my new Kindeal, I was up $35.

Forty-eight hours later, the tally is up to $45, because today I responded to my Kindeal’s offer of a $20 Amazon.com gift card for $10.

Here’s the only tally that counts on these Kindle deals, in my view:

  • Cost of a Kindle Wi-Fi at Time of My Kindeal Purchase: $139
  • Direct Savings with Kindeal, as of May 11, 2011: $45.00
  • Number of Times a Kindeal Ad Has Interrupted My Reading: 0

Note to Amazon: I have no plans to buy a Buick or hundreds of dollars worth of Olay products, but keep those deals coming where I get what is essentially currency for half price and I’m your guy! At this rate, the Kindeal may save me $139 and pay for itself before it is one month old!

But that doesn’t mean that the Kindeal is the best deal currently on the table for a new Kindle. It’s strictly up to you, and here are the contenders including special “Mother’s Day” Gft Card deals:

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