Today’s Prime Day Deals on Fire Tablets are lower than any of these tablets have ever been in the past, but the real killer deals come with the available Fire Tablet Variety Packs that Amazon is offering. In the past, there was usually no point to buying the tablet packs because you would end up spending the same amount whether you purchased a pack of tablets or if you purchased them individually. This Prime Day however, Amazon has done tablet packs right and stepped up the savings for buying 2 or 3 Fire tablets at a time. The 3 pack of Fire 7 Tablets is $79.97, which is a savings of $10 over buying them individually at today’s $29.99 sale price. The 2 pack of Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablets are $119.98, which is a savings of $20 over buying them individually at today’s $69.99 price. The 3 pack of Fire HD 8 Tablets is $119.97, which is a savings of $30 over buying them individually at today’s $49.99 sale price. Lastly, the 2 pack of Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablets are $149.98, which is also a savings of $30 over buying them individually at today’s $89.99 price. If you’re buying any of the Fire Tablets today, consider buying the multi-packs to get that extra savings. You can try to find a friend or family member to split the tablet pack with, or just save the extra tablets to give as gifts later in the year.
The Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet is already a great deal for Prime Day at $49.99. But if you’re interested in picking up more than one, you can save even more. Amazon has a fantastic deal on a Fire HD 8 Tablet 3 Pack for $119.97. That saves you an additional $30 over the already greatly reduced Prime Day price, making each tablet only $39.99. Check out the other Prime Day deals that are now live and check back here often because I’ll be posting all the best deals all night tonight and all day tomorrow.
The Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet is on sale for $49.99 for Prime Day. This all-new model was just released less than 2 months ago and it’s the first time it is ever being offered for less than the regular price of $79.99. Check out the other Prime Day deals that are now live and check back here often because I’ll be posting all the best deals all night tonight and all day tomorrow.
The Amazon Fire 7 Tablet is on sale for $29.99 for Prime Day. This is the all-new model of Amazon’s best selling tablet, which was just released this past May. Last Prime Day, Amazon was selling the older model for $33.33, so this is the new lowest price this tablet has ever been. The new 2017 has better performance and a better screen than the old model it replaced and is an absolute steal at this price. It is surely going to be one of the top selling deals of the day. Check out the other Prime Day deals that are now live and check back here often because I’ll be posting all the best deals all night tonight and all day tomorrow.
As expected, Amazon has announced refreshed versions of their Fire 7 and Fire HD 8 tablets, as well as an updated Fire 7 Kids Edition tablet and an all-new Fire HD 8 Kids Edition tablet. The new tablets are good, but not dramatic, updates to the tablets they’re replacing. If you purchase any combination of 3 tablets, regardless of which you select, you can receive 20% off if you use promo code FIRE3PACK at checkout. Read more ›
They aren’t really much to look at, since once you’ve seen one black rectangle with a screen in the middle, you’ve seen them all, but above are thumbnail images of the new Amazon Fire and Fire HD 8 tablets that are very likely going to be announced as early as tomorrow. These are the new Amazon tablets that passed through FCC approval a couple of weeks ago. Read more ›
A pair of new tablets from Amazon have just gone through FCC approval. First spotted by Liliputing, the two tablets have been filed with the FCC under shell companies to try and hide the fact that they are made by Amazon, but there are telltale signs that make it certain these are future Amazon Fire tablets. As is always the case, photos and other revealing aspects of the FCC filing have been held back due to a confidentiality request, but there are still bits of interesting information to learn from the fillings. Read more ›
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Amazon is having a sale on several of their Fire tablets. The best deal of the bunch is the Fire HD 8 for $69.99. That’s $20 off the retail price for the newest tablet in Amazon’s lineup. In my pricing guide’s scale of Okay/Good/Great, this qualifies as a “Good” price because it’s just $10 more than the the lowest price this tablet has ever been, which was during this past Black Friday. We probably won’t see a price lower than this until Prime Day in July.
The Fire 7″ tablet is also on sale for $39.99. That price is just “Okay” because it has been $33.33 several times in the past. A better deal is the Fire Kids Edition tablet for $79.99. That savings of $20 off the retail price qualifies it as a “Good” price because the kids edition tablet does not go on sale nearly as often as the regular Fire tablet.
Amazon just put their 7″ Fire Tablet on sale for $39.99. Outside of Prime Day and Black Friday, that’s pretty much as low as this tablet gets. If you want double the storage, the 16GB model is also on sale for $59.99, but remember these tablets do have microSD card slots to expand the internal storage. If you’ve got kids, you may want to consider getting the Kids Edition tablet on sale for $79.99 instead. It’s the exact same model as the regular 7″ tablet, but comes with a 2 year worry-free replacement guarantee for when your little one decides it would make a perfect surfboard and cracks the screen. This sale is expected to last through Saturday.
In addition to extending their existing Echo and Tablet sale, Amazon has added the Fire HD 8 to the sale for $69.99. That’s $10 more than the lowest it has ever been, which ranks this deal as “Good” in my buyer’s guide “Okay/Good/Great” scale. While not all colors of the 16GB version will arrive by Christmas, the 32GB version on sale for $99.99 is in stock. You can also see if Prime Now has the tablet in stock in your area. This tablet was just updated earlier this year and is the newest tablet in Amazon’s lineup.