The Best Amazon Holiday 2016 Daily Deals: Kindle books, headphones, cookware and more

Source: AP
Source: AP

Black Friday and Cyber Monday may be over, but online retailer Amazon isn't ready to get rid of its steep holiday discounts anytime soon. The company will continue to release new daily deals — with some limited-time offerings rolling out as often as every five minutes — until Dec. 22, just a few days before Christmas.

If you're still on the hunt for great savings and presents, read on. Here's our roundup of the day's best Amazon deals:

Daily deals for Nov. 30: Kindle books, wireless headphones, cookware and more

Popular Kindle books: $2.99 (up to 80% off regular retail price. Additional selection of extra-discounted bestsellers updated hourly.) 

Black + Decker 16 volt cordless dust buster: $37.99 (total savings of $52)

— Sony wireless noise-cancelling headphones: $199.99 (total savings of $150)

Pet beds: $11.24 to $86.01 (up to to 40% off regular retail prices)

Thermos containers: $6.99 to $18.99 (up to 43% off regular retail price)

— Calphalon 10-piece cookware set: $89.99 (total savings of $44)

— Major League Soccer gear: $5.99 to $29.99 (up to 40% off regular retail price)

— Cricut wireless cutting machine: $178.99 (total savings of $46)

Amazon device deals: Kindle books, Kindle Paperwhite and more

— Kindle Paperwhite essentials bundle (includes 6-inch e-reader, leather cover and power adapter): $159.97 (total savings of $20) 

 10.1-inch refurbished Fire HD 10 Tablet with HD display, Wi-Fi, 16GB: $199.99 (total savings not available)

—  Amazon Fire TV: $89.99  (total savings not available)

7-inch Fire Kids edition tablet with Wi-Fi:  $99.99 (total savings not available)

Best home entertainment and tech discounts from Amazon's holiday gift guide

— 55-inch LG 4K Ultra HD smart OLED TV (2016 model): $1,997 (total savings of $2,202.99)

— 44-inch VIZIO SmartCast with 5.1 sound bar system (2016 model): $349.99 (total savings of $150)

— Epson home cinema with 1040 projector, full HD 1080p widescreen home theater projector: $549.99 (total savings of $250)

15.6-inch Acer Aspire laptop with Intel Core i5, Windows 10: $499.99 (total savings of $50)

15.6-inch HP Notebook laptop with Intel Core i5-6200U Processor, Windows 10 and more: $459.99 (total savings of $100)

65-inch LG Electronics 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2016 Model): $1,697 (total savings of $100)

Bose Solo 15 series II TV sound system: $379 (total savings of $70)

For more home entertainment deals, click here.


Editor's note: Amazon prices are subject to change throughout the holidays.

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