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Amazon Announces FREE One-Day Shipping for Kindle Orders Placed on December 23

Posted by admin on December 22, 2009

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Amazon.com announced that even procrastinators can order Kindle and have it delivered for FREE in time for Christmas. That’s because Amazon is offering FREE One-Day Shipping on all Kindle orders for shipment in the continental United States made on Dec. 23. Amazon also announced today that Kindle recently broke another record with its best sales day in the history of Kindle. Kindle continues to be the #1 most wished for, most gifted, and bestselling product across all of Amazon. Kindle is available today with FREE Two-Day Shipping and starting tomorrow, Dec. 23, with FREE One-Day Shipping for $259 at www.amazon.com/kindle.

“It’s easy to get busy during the holidays, so we’ve decided to make it easy even for procrastinators to order Kindle, the #1 most wished for gift on Amazon, and get it delivered for free and in time for Christmas,” said Ian Freed, Vice President, Amazon Kindle. “With Kindle, you can give the gift of choosing over 390,000 books and more than 100 top newspapers and magazines from around the world and begin reading in less than 60 seconds.”

To take advantage of this offer on Dec. 23, customers simply add Kindle to their Shopping Cart and select One-Day Shipping.

Kindle is available today with FREE Two-Day Shipping and starting tomorrow, Dec. 23, with FREE One-Day Shipping for $259 at www.amazon.com/kindle.

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