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Prime Day Means You Can Get A Tablet For $30, Which Is Just Plain Silly

It’s Amazon Prime Day, which means there are thousands of deals going on across the online retailing giant. We have a running list that helps you keep track of them all. Unsurprisingly, since it is their sale, the deals include massive discounts on Amazon’s own products. That obviously includes the lowest prices ever offered on the Echo and Echo Dotwhich we told you about when Prime Day started last night.

But it also includes Amazon’s Fire tablets. When I was younger, Amazon used to call these “Kindles,” but they’ve since rebranded. They have a new one out, the Fire HD 8, that is down to only $50. Can’t beat that price for a tablet.

Normally $80, 16GB Fire HD 8 is 38 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $80, 16GB Fire HD 8 is 38 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

All-New Fire HD 8 Tablet with Alexa, 8″ HD Display, 16 GB, Black on sale for $49.99

Amazon’s bestselling Fire tablet, the Fire 7, is actually only $30 today. Apparently you can beat $50 for a tablet. $30 is just plain silly.

Normally $50, the 8GB Fire 7 tablet is 40 percent off for Prime Day (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $50, the 8GB Fire 7 tablet is 40 percent off for Prime Day (Photo via Amazon)

All-New Fire 7 Tablet with Alexa, 7″ Display, 8 GB, Black on sale for $29.99

And for those wondering, Amazon does still sell products called “Kindles.” The Paperwhite, their bestselling Kindle is also $30 off today.

Normally $120, this Kindle e-reader is 25 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $120, this Kindle e-reader is 25 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Kindle Paperwhite E-reader – Black, 6″ High-Resolution Display (300 ppi) with Built-in Light, Wi-Fi on sale for $89.99

Amazon has several other Kindles on sale today as well. I’m sorry, I still can’t get over just $30 for a tablet. iPads cost like 20 times that!

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

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