Just when you thought the Amazon Fire Phone couldn’t get any less expensive, a new deal pops up. A reputable eBay seller has just listed Refurbished Amazon Fire Phones for the staggeringly low price of $109.99. That price is so impressive because the phone still comes with 1 full year of Prime membership. With Prime costing $99, that essentially makes the phone just $11. Existing Prime members who purchase this phone will have their membership extended by one year, so they still get the full benefit. The phones are locked to AT&T but come with unlock codes so that you can use them with any supporting carrier.
If you missed out on Amazon’s fire sale of their last remaining stock of Fire Phones for $130, but still wanted to get your hands on one, then you’re in luck. You can currently buy the phone on eBay for $125 and it still comes with 1 year of Prime. That’s less than Amazon’s price and makes the phone essentially $26 when you factor in the $99 Prime value. Fire Phones have been sold on eBay with the Prime perk before and people have had no trouble receiving their 1 year of Prime, so there’s no worries there. This eBay seller has sold over 11,000 Fire Phones with a respectable 99.2% positive feedback. If you’re interested, get it quick while you can.
Looks like Amazon dug up a few more Fire Phones and is offering them for the same $130 price as last week. You still get 1 full year of Prime membership with the purchase, making the cost of the phone essentially $31. The phone quickly sold out the last time it was this price, so act quick if you want one. This may be the last of their stock.
8/31 9:14 PM Well, that didn’t last long. The Fire Phone is “currently unavailable” again.
The Amazon Fire Phone has hit a new all-time low price. Amazon is currently offering the phone for just $130 with a full year of Prime included. If you factor out the $99 cost for Prime membership, you’re essentially getting the phone for a ridiculously low price of $31. If you’re an existing Prime member, Amazon will extend your membership’s expiration date by one year so you’ll still receive the full benefit of the include Prime membership.
The Fire Phone was a flop for Amazon, but that’s mostly attributed to it’s high $650 launch price. At the current price, it’s a steal. You absolutely won’t find a new phone matching the specs of the Fire Phone for anywhere near $31 or even $130. The phone has been steadily dropping in price every few months, from $199 to $179, then to $159, and now to $130. I can’t imagine it’ll reach $100 and still include a year of prime, since Amazon will essentially be giving the phone away for free at that price. So this $130 may very well be the lowest it will be before Amazon removes the included Prime membership perk.
If you’re in the market for an Amazon Fire Phone, you’ve got a difficult decision to make. eBay is currently selling the Amazon Fire Phone for $139.99 unlocked with a free year of Prime membership. That is $20 less than the lowest price this phone has ever been. This is a great deal, but the decision you have to make is, do you pick this deal up before it’s gone, or do you wait two days for Prime Day in hopes that Amazon offers the Fire Phone for less. Whether you purchase the phone from eBay or Amazon, you will get a full year of Prime Membership included. If you’re already a Prime member, you will get your membership extended by a full year, so you won’t miss out on any of the benefit. At this eBay price, that’s like getting the phone for just $40. For what it’s worth, Amazon has just this week began listing the Fire Phone at a regular list price of $199. That’s noteworthy because, despite the phone regularly being put on sale, the list price before this week has always been $449. If Amazon was preparing to offer the Fire Phone at an all-time low price during Prime day, why would they devalue the sale by lowering the phone’s list price a few days prior? The new regular everyday price of $199 could indicate that Amazon is done discounting the Fire Phone and is passing stock to third party sellers like eBay.
The Amazon Fire Phone has without a doubt been a flop for Amazon, but that doesn’t mean it’s a bad product. Its failure to sell is mostly attributed to its high $650 launch price. The phone has been steadily dropping in price ever since and has now reached an all time low at just $159. That price is for an unlocked unit with no contract. You can just buy it and connect it to any existing or new AT&T or T-Mobile plan, no questions asked. The Fire Phone also still comes with a full year of Prime membership. Factoring in the $99 cost of Prime membership means the phone is essentially $60 if you were planning to become or remain a Prime member anyone. Existing Prime members who purchase a Fire Phone get their Prime membership extended by a full year, so they receive the same extra value as non-Prime customers. You absolutely won’t find a new phone matching the specs of the Fire Phone for anywhere near $60 or even $159. The Samsung Galaxy S3, for example, is currently $200 for a phone that is more than twice as old as the Fire Phone. As a flagship phone, going up against the latest iPhone and Android phones, the Fire Phone fizzled out, but this huge price reduction as a result has made it one of the best budget phones available.