Kindle Fire HDX

Four equal payments and no hidden fees make for a great way to get a new Kindle HDX

We've talked about the Kindle Fire HDX tablets before. If you're looking for a great way to consume content from Amazon — that means music, books, movies, audiobooks, the web and apps — there is no better way. They have displays to die for, are absolutely fluid and smooth because of the Snapdragon 800 inside them, deliver great sound and are built well. They aren't a typical Android tablet in any way, but no tablet from any company is better for reading or watching video. 

And now, you can get them on four payments.

Amazon has a new deal where you pay one installment to get your Kindle HDX, then pay three more 90 days apart. Each installment is 25 percent of the total plus tax for the same exact Kindle as if you paid it all up front. The $229 7-inch version will cost $57.25 every 90 days, and the $379 8.9-inch version comes in at $94.75 per installment. There are no finance charges, no interest, and no credit check.

There are a few restrictions, though. Folks from Washington, DC or Florida need not apply, and you have to have been an Amazon customer for two years. In addition, you need to have a credit card on file that expires no earlier than March 2014 — no debit cards are accepted.

If you're interested, know that you need to order by December 24, and this is only valid while supplies last. Visit the link below for all the fine print.

Source: Amazon

 
There are 13 comments

anthonok says:

No Florida? Da fuq?

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dudeman456 says:

Come on you know why...

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anthonok says:

No clue

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rob1261 says:

No why???

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samxool says:

Cold. It's not an iPad

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newboyx says:

Because being a bill collector in Florida is hard.

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mark0309 says:

Interesting to see if they will do this for more products .... Compete with QVC!

Pirate Arr says:

Awful investment

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They are great if you have kids or a parent that just wants to use something as friendly as an iPad.

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They are great if you have kids or a parent that just wants to use something as friendly as an iPad.

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eliter1 says:

I always asked myself why they hadn't tried something like this before.

jlczl says:

They sent me one to try for 30 days for free. I wrapped it up and sent it back 2 days after I received it.

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Podolsky says:

I don't qualify for this promo :(

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