Amazon has today dropped the price of its Fire tablets (opens in new tab) designed for children in 7-, 8- and 10-inch sizes. All of the deals equal the lowest prices we have seen to date, making it a great time to pick up a kid-friendly tablet for your young ones. The prices are matching a one-day sale at Best Buy so we don't expect they will stick around beyond today at Amazon either.
If you want a solid, entry-level tablet for your children to watch movies or play games on, the Fire 7 is an excellent choice. At $60, it's the same price as Black Friday when these were flying off the shelves, so you probably want to get your order in while you can.
$99.99 $40 off
The 8-inch model includes the recently-updated Fire HD 8 tablet in a rugged case designed to protect it. It offers a little more screen real estate and you net the same $40 in savings.
$129.99 $40 off
For the biggest-screen experience possible, go for the Fire HD 10 Kids Edition. It's currently $50 off which is as low as it went on Black Friday and a price we've only seen once since the holidays.
$199.99 $50 off
The Fire 7 Kids Edition tablet (opens in new tab) is now just $59.99 — down from $99.99 — which equals an all-time low price we've seen just a few times before. The 8-inch version (opens in new tab) features the newly-updated Fire HD 8 tablet and is $40 off at $89.99. If you want the largest option, go for the $149.99 Fire HD 10 Kids Edition (opens in new tab), down from $200.
Available in Blue, Pink or Yellow, each Kids Edition tablet is wrapped in a vibrant, child-friendly and rugged case to prevent the tablet from being damaged. In fact, Amazon is so confident in its ability to protect the device inside that they offer a 2-year 'worry-free guarantee' that allows you to return a damaged tablet and have it replaced for free. The tablets have access to tons of kid-friendly content thanks to a whole year's free subscription to Amazon FreeTime Unlimited (opens in new tab) worth $119. It gives you unrestricted access to thousands of kid-friendly books, movies, TV shows, educational apps, and games at no extra cost. They don't have much internal storage — 16GB or 32GB — so you'll want to add a microSD card (opens in new tab) to your purchase so that your kids don't run out of space.
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Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.
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