Kids love tablets, but tablets don't always love kids. With the high risk of being dropped, spilled on, or otherwise messed up, the fragile mix of glass and electronics is not exactly ideal. That's not to mention pesky in-app payments, age-inappropriate content, and the whole big scary internet out there. Before your child has a chance to make any costly mistakes on your tablet, why not make sure they have their own? Now's the perfect time to pick up an Amazon Fire Kids Edition tablet with prices reduced to some of their lowest ever.
The Amazon Fire 7 Kids Edition tablet is down to just $74.99 at Amazon, and at $25 off its regular price, it's a deal you should seriously consider. You can also score the 2020 Fire HD 8 Kids Edition on sale at $40 off right now, an all-time low for that model. The largest Fire HD 10 Kids Edition is on sale at $50 off, too.
Think of the children
Amazon Kids Edition tablet line includes fully-featured Fire tablets of various sizes in kid-proof cases to protect them from damage. You also get a year of FreeTime Unlimited for kid-friendly content and a 2-year worry-free guarantee.
Up to $50 off
Amazon's Fire 7 Kids Edition tablet was released in spring 2019 and features the exact same Amazon Fire 7 tablet you'd regularly find for $50, but Kids Editions are housed in a kid-proof case that's built to keep them safe. The cases feature a built-in stand and come in various colors to suit your child's style, but the real kicker here is the included 2-year worry-free guarantee. No matter how the Kids Edition tablet breaks, you can return it and receive a free replacement with no questions asked for up to two years after its purchase. These tablets also allow parents to create screen time limits, set educational goals, and filter content.
The 8-inch version features a similar kid-safe case and comes with the same 2-year warranty. Inside is an Amazon Fire HD 8 tablet featuring an HD display, 32GB storage, a 2.0GHz quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, and a microSD card slot that lets you expand its storage affordably with something like this SanDisk 200GB microSD card.
For the biggest tablet for your little one, go for the Fire HD 10 Kids Edition. It has a 10.1-inch HD display, 32GB of internal storage (expandable to 512GB), improved speakers, 12-hour battery life with USB-C fast charging, and more.
Each Kids Edition tablet also comes with a full year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited absolutely free, which unlocks access to over 20,000 apps, books, games, shows, and other educational content that's all age-appropriate. This is a service that normally costs over $80 yearly, and it's sure to provide hours upon hours of kid-friendly entertainment for your child.
If you're not a kid and don't have kids and don't care about kiddie things, Amazon is also offering a flash sale on its regular Fire HD 8 with a new low price. That means you can score one for even less sans the protective case, extended warranty, and FreeTime benefits. There are plenty of other great Fire table deals out there too.
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