All Amazon Fire Tablets are currently on sale with the Fire HD 8 being the best deal

Amazon is having a Spring Sale on their devices. Included in the sale are Fire tablets which have all been discounted. The Fire 7 tablet is on sale for $39.99, which is a $10 savings. unless you’re on a tight budget, I’d skip on this because it’s the oldest tablet in Amazon’s lineup and it has been $10 cheaper in the past. The Fire HD 8 tablet is on sale for $59.99, which is $30 off the regular price of $89.99. In my opinion, this is the best deal of the bunch because this is the newest tablet in Amazon’s lineup and this sale is just $5 more than the lowest price it has ever been. If you want a bit more performance, the Fire HD 8 Plus is on sale for $79.99, which is also a $30 savings. For the extra $20 it gets bumped up to 3GB of RAM, has wireless charging, and includes a faster wired charger. At the top of Amazon’s line is the Fire HD 10 on sale for $94.99. While that price is not as good as the $79.99 price we saw during Black Friday, it is the 2nd lowest price it has ever been. Lastly, Fire 7 Kids Edition, Fire HD 8 Kids Edition, and Fire HD 10 Kids Edition are on sale for $59.99, $89.99, and $139.99, respectively. That’s the lowest ever price for the Fire 7 and $10 shy of the lowest price for the Fire HD 8 and 10.

9 comments
  1. Douglas Trapasso says:

    Hi Elias! Quick question: How long do these sales typically last? I am thinking about trading up from my HD8 and taking advantage of the 20 percent discount that Amazon offers, but not sure the trade-in could be completed in time before the end of the sale. I live in a city with a physical Amazon store; would it be possible to do the trade in in person?

    • There’s usually no way to know how long a sale will last, but typically they last 1 week. I don’t think physical stores can give you the trade-in credit. I would just start the trade-in now and if you miss this sale, then just hold on to the 20% discount until the next sale.

  2. Hank Gallo says:

    I tried a Fire tablet to use for a smart Alexa home I was setting up. Can’t load eero or Ring apps. Amazon Support told me they’re not Amazon companies. What? Support agreed I should return it and get a different brand. Sent it back for a Lenovo and it worked great.

    • Mark says:

      At least for the HD10, it takes literally 5 minutes to sideload Google and then you can have whatever app you want. I use mine for work and it is a powerhouse since sideloading.

      • Hank Gallo says:

        Good idea, but why wouldn’t Amazon allow loading of their own apps? I didn’t bother to think of alternate methods when Amazon’s support agreed I should return it and buy another brand.

        • Adam O'Donnell says:

          It’s super simple to install the Google Play store on the Fire tablets. A quick Google search will bring you dozens of how-to articles. I do that with all my Fire tablets.

          • Hank Gallo says:

            Oh, I do sideloading on all my Fire Tv devices. I just can’t figure out how Amazon missed that feature. And for support to say Ring and eero aren’t amazon products?!?

  3. Adam O'Donnell says:

    @Doug, I did the trade-in and picked up a 10. For whatever reason they didn’t apply the 20% discount but they did give me $50 towards the purchase for trading in 2 older tablets. It’s an immediate $50 discount so I didn’t have to wait for the trade-in. I have until May to send it in. Now, what happens if I don’t send it in or if I don’t accept their “adjusted value” when they received the tablets I can’t say. I’m not sure if they apply a negative credit to my account or what?

  4. Mark says:

    Amazon also updated the OS on at least my HD10. Not thrilled, but not really bothered either as it seems to be an aesthetic update more than anything.

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