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Amazon Fire 7″ Kids Edition Tablet Bundle Only $64.96 Shipped at QVC (Over $154 Value)

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Kid sitting next to mom with Fire Tablet, wearing orange headphones

Save BIG on a tablet made just for the kiddos!

Through November 6th or while supplies last, head on over to QVC.com where they are offering this Amazon Fire 7″ Kids Edition 16GB Wi-Fi Tablet Bundle for only $69.96 shipped – a $154.94 value! Choose from three fun colors including pink, purple or blue!

Even sweeter, through October 31st, new QVC customers can score an additional $5 off their first order when using promo code TAKE5 at checkout!

Amazon Fire 7" Kids Edition tablets in different colors

Grab this QVC deal before it’s gone…

Amazon Fire 7″ Kids Edition 16GB Wi-Fi Tablet Bundle $69.96
Use promo code TAKE5 ($5 off for new customers)
Shipping is free
Final cost $64.96 shipped – a $154.94 value!


Kid using Fire tablet on table with books and toy giraffe

This bundle includes an Amazon Fire 7 Kids Edition tablet with kid-proof case, power adapter, and voucher that is good for 6-months of Hooked on Phonics and 1-year to Merriam Webster.

Kid in a carseat using a Amazon Kids Fire Tablet QVC

The tablet features built-in WiFi, easy-to-use parental controls allowing you to set limits and goals, 16GB of internal storage, and a battery that lasts for up to 7 hours of reading, watching videos, streaming music, and more!

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Comments 13

  1. ashley

    What do they mean by built in Wi-Fi does it mean that it has its own Wi-Fi and can get on the Internet or does it mean that you can give it Wi-Fi from your phone or computer

    • rochellemcgee

      It can pull WiFi itself, you don’t need to go through another computer.

    • KlimmJ

      Could you by chance share with me the wireless magnetic charging device that you use please!!? I e been looking for alternative routes since my daughters kindle will no longer charge after 6 months of owning it! Thanks so much in advance!

  2. Diane

    Sorry OT – When does that amazon $5/$20 book coupon usually come out? I tried to do a search but could not find. I thought it was some time in November? Thanks for any help!

    • Nancy

      It looks like last year they had one around Thanksgiving. And another in early December.

      • Diane

        Thank you!

  3. Elizabeth Hardegree

    Does this include the 2 year free replacement that Amazon offers on its kid tablets sold on Amazon.com?

    • CBethS

      It should but I can’t seem to find that in the details. It says “2 year limited warranty.” Usually the kids tablets come with a two year “worry free” warranty.

  4. shannonfry

    I would like to know also

  5. Kat9919

    I would recommend getting the replacement plan. The fire tablets are great, but we have struggled with the mini usb charging port coming loose so it won’t hold a charge. We have taken a few apart and re-soldered the ports to get them working again, but it seems to be an issue.

    • CBethS

      We’ve also had issues with the charging port. But with the kids edition it SHOULD come with the two year worry free warranty. I’ve traded my kids in multiple times over the two years. After two years it’s time for the upgraded version (for us) anyway. Especially since we get a great two year out of $55 (one sale when I bought them. )

    • rochellemcgee

      The charging ports are the absolute worst. I’ve gotten around it by buying magnetic charging cords to minimize having to pull the cord in and out of the port, which is what breaks the weak soldering. Honestly can’t understand after the tens of thousands of complaints about this they haven’t fixed this issue… Our 3 Fire 7s are all approaching 3 years now and (unlike Apple products) do not seem to be having obsolescence issues and work fine for the apps they use. I hate the idea of throwing out perfectly good electronics every other year.

  6. Jenny

    Can someone explain the difference between this and an iPad? My little has an iPad but it is costing us out the wazoo on our cell phone bill.

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