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The current deal on Fire tablets is an early sign of Prime Day 2020. You can save $20 on the new 8-inch model, and $40 on Fire HD 10.
Today, several sources have confirmed that Amazon Prime Day deals will start on October 13. And also today, Amazon launched a few deals on own devices, including Fire tablets.
So far, twelve devices are on sale, and you can find all of them on Amazon Device Deals page. Two Fire models are discounted – the 8-inch and 10-inch one. There is no deal on the most affordable Amazon Fire 7.
You can grab the newest Amazon Fire HD 8 for $69.99, which means a $20 price drop from the regular price set at
$89.99. Although the model was introduced at the beginning of June, this is not the first deal we’ve seen. In late August, its price was slashed even more, to $59.99.
Another Fire on sale is the largest 10-inch model. While the regular price is
$149.99, you can get it today for $109.99 and save $40.
The highest price cuts are offered on Kids Edition versions. The kid-friendly bundle based on Fire 7 is available today for $59.99, down from
$99.99 so the savings are 40%. The all-new Fire HD 8 Kids Edition costs $89.99 (36% to save), while Fire HD 10 is only $149.99 instead of $199.99.
Is it worth grabbing Fire deals right now? If you are not a Prime member (and not planning to get a membership before Prime Day), these limited time offers are the last chance to get a cheaper Fire tablet before Black Friday.
If you are a Prime member, you should expect even deeper price cuts. The price of the newest Fire HD 8 should go below $50 this Prime Day and Black Friday.
What about Kindle deals? Many interesting things can happen in the next two weeks. If Kindle Paperwhite 5 is going to be introduced before Prime Day, we hope to see huge price cuts on the earlier-generation model. The new model will be most probably sold at a list price.
It’s worth mentioning that Prime Day 2020 front page is already open and waiting for deals.
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