Amazon is currently having a Prime member exclusive sale on several of their devices, including Fire tablets. The Fire 7 tablet is on sale for $34.99, which is 30% off its regular price. The lowest price this tablet has ever been is $29.99 during Prime Day and Black Friday sales. Amazon’s flagship Fire HD 10 tablet is on sale for $109.99, which is $40 off the regular price of $149.99. The lowest price the Fire HD 10 has been is $99.99. These prices are only available to Prime members.
As I predicted, 3rd-party retailers are currently having a sale on all of Amazon’s devices. Best Buy, Target, Staples, B&H, Office Depot, Bed Bath & Beyond, and others are currently matching the prices that Amazon had during Prime Day. The Fire TV Stick is $19.99, the Fire TV is $34.99, and the Fire TV Cube is $89.99. The entire lineup of Amazon Echo models, Fire Tablet models, and Kindle models are also on sale, including the kindle Oasis for $199.99. Even Amazon’s Cloud Cam and Blink XT cameras can be had for the same prices as Prime Day. If you missed out on Prime Day or couldn’t buy anything because you’re not a Prime member, here’s your last chance to get in on what are likely the best prices we’ll see until Black Friday for Amazon devices. Here is the complete list of sales for each retailer, with direct links to each device. Read more ›
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Amazon has once again dropped the price of their Fire HD 10 Tablet + Echo Dot Bundle to $149.99. That essentially means you’re getting a free Echo Dot with the purchase of a Fire HD 10, since the regular price of the tablet alone is $149.99. The tablet was $99.99 during Prime Day and the Echo Dot was $29.99, so the sale on this bundle is only $20 more than the lowest they have ever been. If you missed out on Prime Day or regretted not buying these devices while they were on sale, here is your chance to pick them up at a pretty decent price.
The Amazon Fire HD 10 Tablet is on sale for $99.99 for Prime Day. This deal matches the lowest price this tablet has ever been. The Fire HD 10 is Amazon’s flagship tablet and packs in the same components as the Fire TV 2 with a great 1080p screen. If you happen to be in the market for 3 of these tablets, you can save a measly $10 extra if you buy the 3-pack bundle for $289.97. A bundle that you’ll probably be more interested in is the Fire HD 10 + Show Mode Dock bundle for $144.99. Buying the pair together will save you an extra $10 verses buying them separately. The Show Mode Dock turns the tablet into an Echo Show while it’s charging and adds a lot of functionality and convenience in the process. You can read up on Show Mode here and read my review of the Show Mode Dock here for more information. Most of Amazon’s devices are already on sale early for Prime Day.
Amazon tends to trickle out discounts on their certified refurbished devices during the days that lead up to Prime Day and this year is no exception. Several refurbished Amazon devices have just received heavy discounts that are exclusive to Prime members. These prices are almost certainly as low as you’re going to see for these devices, so don’t expect the new versions to be this low when Prime Day arrives. The refurbished Fire HD 8 tablet has dropped to $39.99. This is the new lowest price that this tablet has ever been. The lowest a new Fire HD 8 has ever been is $49.99, so that’s a pretty likely price to expect to see come Monday. The refurbished larger Fire HD 10 tablet is available for $89.99. The lowest price its new version has been is $99.99, which is a price we may see again during Prime Day. These are refurbished version of the latest models, so they both can replicate Echo Shows thanks to the new Show Mode that was just announced. They are also compatible with the new Show Mode Dock. If you prefer the dedicated device, the refurbished Echo Show is now just $109.99. For comparison, the new Echo Show is already on sale for Prime Day at $129.99. Lastly, the refurbished Kindle Paperwhite is on sale for $69.99. The lowest price a new Paperwhite has ever been is $89.99, which is probably as low as you should expect it to be for Prime Day.
Amazon just dropped the price of the Fire HD 10 Tablet + Echo Dot bundle to $149.99. That’s the same price as you would pay for the tablet alone, so you’re essentially getting the $49.99 Echo Dot for free. Better yet, if you use an Amazon Prime Visa or an Amazon Prime Store Card you’ll receive an additional 10% cashback, thanks to a separate promotion that ends today. That brings the total price for the pair to $134.99. The Fire HD 10 tablet is Amazon’s newest and most powerful tablet. I’ve owned one since it was released and have been very happy with it. That’s thanks to the fact that it has plenty of power, since it has the same CPU and GPU as the Fire TV 2, a great 1080p screen, and you can install the Google Play Store on it in a matter of minutes without needing to root the tablet.
Amazon has most of their devices on sale this week for their Mother’s Day Sale. The Fire 7 Tablet is on sale for $39.99. That price is only okay because the Fire 7 has been as low as $29.99 in the past. The Fire HD 8 Tablet is on sale for $59.99. That price is a better deal than the Fire 7’s price because it’s only $10 more than the lowest price the Fire HD 8 has ever been. The flagship Fire HD 10 Tablet is on sale for $119.99. This tablet was available for $99.99 a couple weeks ago, which was the lowest price it had ever been. Lastly, the Fire 7 Kids Edition is on sale for $79.99 and the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition is on sale for $99.99.
The Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet is on sale for $99.99. This matches the lowest price this tablet has ever been. The Fire HD 10 has only dropped below $100 once before, which was this past Black Friday. I’ve owned this generation Fire HD 10 since it launched and I think it’s the best portable media consumption device on the market. That’s thanks to the fact that, internally, it is nearly identical to the Fire TV 2. If you’re looking to be productive and get work done, you’re probably better off with an iPad, but if you want to kick back and watch a movie/show or just browse the web, it’s hard to beat the Fire HD 10 for the price. At $99.99, I called the Fire HD 10 the most underrated deal this past Black Friday. Now that it’s back down to this great price, it still holds up as a steal. That’s probably why it’s already backordered.
All of Amazon’s Fire tablets are still on sale for Prime members and this weekend is very likely the last days of the sale before prices go back up. The Fire HD 8 for $54.99 and Fire HD 10 for $109.99 are easily the best deals of the bunch because both are just a few bucks above the lowest price that these tablets have ever been. If that’s too much to spend, the Fire 7 for $34.99 is still a good buy because it’s just $5 more than its lowest past sale price. The Fire 7 Kids Edition for $74.99 and the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition for $94.99 are also decent sale prices if you value the 2-year replacement guarantee, 1-year FreeTime membership, and other extras that come with the kids edition tablets.
Amazon has put all of their Fire tablets on sale for Prime members. The best deal among them is the Fire HD 8 for $54.99 which is only $5 more than the lowest price that tablet has ever been. Another great buy is the Fire HD 10 for $109.99, which is the newest tablet in Amazon’s lineup and the only one to have a full 1080p screen and the guts of a Fire TV 2 packed inside. That price is just $10 more than the lowest price the Fire HD 10 has ever been, which only happened once during this past Black Friday. The least expensive Fire 7 is on sale for $34.99, which is $5 more than its lowest past sale price. For those of you with kids, there’s the Fire 7 Kids Edition for $74.99 and the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition for $94.99. Both of those prices are also just $5 more than the lowest they’ve ever been. The kids edition tablets are identical to the non-kid version except they don’t have any lock screen ads and they come with a 2-year replacement guarantee if anything happens to them. They also come with a few additional kid-friendly extras like a thick rubber case and a 1-year subscription to Amazon FreeTime, which includes kid-friendly content.