TWO Amazon Fire 7 Kids Pro Tablets Only $100 Shipped (Just $50 Each)

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Amazon helps you give the joy of technology to the kiddos!

Hurry over to Amazon where they’re offering up to 50% off select Amazon Fire Kids Tablets as part of their Cyber Monday deals!

Even better, if you need more than one, you can score two of the Fire 7 Kids Pro Tablets for just $100 shipped when you use promo code 2PACK at checkout.

These affordable kid tablets make a wonderful holiday gift idea for children who are ready to learn and explore playing on a tablet. They offer great features including over 20,000 apps, games, books, videos, audiobooks, and educational content from PBS Kids, Nickelodeon, Disney, and more.

HIP TIP: If you’re trying to decide between the regular and Pro versions of these tablets, the main difference is access to the digital store. On the regular versions, kids are not allowed to access the digital store for apps and more. The Pro version offers access to the digital store with parental controls which means it might be a better version for older kids. 

Get the deal…

Purple Amazon Kids Fire 7

Fire 7 Kids Pro Tablet or Fire 7 Kids Tablet
Only $59.99 shipped (regularly $99.99)!

amazon fire kids tablet with purple case on a wood table

Fire HD 8 Kids Pro Tablet or Fire HD 8 Kids Tablet
Only $69.99 shipped (regularly $139.99)!

child holding blue tablet watching video

Fire HD 10 Kids Pro Tablet or Fire HD 10 Kids Tablet
Only $119.99 shipped (regularly $199.99)!

Buy more to save more…

Fire 7 Kids Tablet

Buy 2 Fire 7 Kids Pro Tablet or Fire 7 Kids Tablets $59.99
Total = $119.98

Use the promo code 2PACK
Final cost $100 total shipped – just $50 each! 

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Comments 9

  1. Lambchop4ever

    Is just the fire 7 pro the buy two for $100?

  2. sierra4900

    We buy new ones every year for our kids. It is cheaper for us. We pay $50 each for them. If we did not buy new ones with the free year of Amazon kids we would dish out $36 each for Amazon kids subscriptions the following year. We sell the 1 year old ones online for $30 each after the new ones come. So we only pay $20 each but save the $36 each we would have paid for Amazon kids. Essentially getting them free and saving ourselves $16 each on top of that. Win win for us!

  3. Rac

    Those that have them, What are your thoughts on them? I’ve read reviews of them freezing and taking a long time to load. Would you still buy them again or would you have spent more on maybe a galaxy or iPad?

    • Alla

      We bought these for our boys a few years ago like maybe 2 years ago. We didn’t like them for 2 reasons. One you have to pay $9.99 every month to keep them active. If you don’t use it that month you’ll still be billed unless you call and de-activate the monthly subscription. Like I said it it was 2 years ago so I am not sure if it’s still the same. We forgot to cancel the subscription and were billed for a month but I called and got a refund. The other reason is that some of the games really take long to load or just load and shut down automatically which was super annoying for my kids. So we bought them ipads and loaded with all the free games they like to play.

    • rocme2

      We’ve had them for years. The kids liked Freetime (or Amazon Kids, whatever it’s called these days). The 6 year old still uses hers often, but I will say my 9 and 10 year old hardly use theirs at all anymore and gravitate toward their Nintendo Switch or my iPad.

    • Klp

      My kids only use theirs for earned screen time where they watch Netflix or PBS kids. Compared to the ipad, I hate them. I find it difficult to navigate and would never buy again.

    • Eliz

      Unfortunately these are not worth much more than downloading a few things for a road trip. They freeze quite often and come preloaded with so many things, the processor has very little space left and moves very slow. We inserted a memory card but you are limited to only certain things being saved to the card instead of the drive. We have owned 3 at this point and the newer models aren’t much better than the old ones. If your child is older than 5 or plans to use it frequently, invest in an iPad or android tablet.

  4. Tina

    Missed the deal, will it go on sale again? Before Christmas?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      We’ll keep a lookout!

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