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Woot and Amazon

Posted on Monday, July 5th, 2010 at 9:41 pm
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Did you know that Woot, the hot website that features one amazing deal a day got bought by Amazon.com? It is true. So you may be seeing some great Amazon exclusive products on Woot. In fact, a couple of days ago, they featured the Amazon Kindle for an amazingly low price. Rumor has it that the Kindle will appear again, so you may want to watch for it, if you have been wanting one.

If you can’t wait that long, check out current Amazon coupon codes and deals here: Amazon Coupon Codes and Amazon Coupon Links.

Here is the link to Woot.

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