Amazon might be the place to go when you’re buying anything this Black Friday, but the best deals from the online mega-retailer usually come on its own-brand devices. Case in point, there are some excellent savings to be made now on Amazon Fire tablets .
First up, you can get the Fire HD 10 Tablet with 32GB storage for $79.99, down from its original price of $149.99. That’s saving you $70 off the cost of this already affordably priced tablet. It has a 10.1-inch full HD display which makes it ideal for watching Netflix or Prime Video on. You can also save $70 on the 64GB version of the Fire HD 10 Tablet, which is down to $119.99 from it’s usual MSRP of $189.99.
These deals are live from now until the end of play on Monday, November 30 aka the end of Cyber Monday.
If you're in the market for a cheap tablet that is specifically for your kids, then there is a deal just for you here too. At the moment you can get the Amazon Fire HD 8 Kids edition for just $79.99. That's a $60 discount on the usual MSRP of $139.99. This deal is on the 32GB storage model. As before, this deal expires at the end of Cyber Monday.
The Fire HD 8 Kids Edition comes with a kid-proof case that is designed to protect it against drops, bangs, and knocks that are inevitable when dealing with excitable children. It also has a two-year warranty that covers it completely - if it breaks, Amazon will replace it.
Finally, it comes with a one-year subscription to Amazon Kids which gives your little ones access to over 20,000 apps, games, books, videos, and audiobooks along with educational content from PBS Kids, Nickelodeon and more.
We love the Fire HD range of tablets, and the Fire HD 10 especially, which is why it made it into our best tablets rankings. We named it as our best budget Android tablet due to its versatility, HD screen, and battery life. Check out our Amazon Fire HD 10 review for our full thoughts.
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