I own a Fire tablet and I’m shocked by Amazon’s Easter prices

Like many people, I’m a fan of tech bargains and have always loved Amazon’s range of Fire tablets.

But I can’t believe how shocking the prices I’m seeing right now in Amazon’s huge spring sale are.

The Fire 7 HD tablet has been reduced to £29.99 - that's the cheapest price ever

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The Fire 7 HD tablet has been reduced to £29.99 – that’s the cheapest price ever
  • Amazon Fire tablets: save up to 40% – shop here

Anyone who regularly browses the retailer’s website will know that there are quite a few Amazon device deals to check out – and now is no exception.

The savings are sky high, and some of the best price cuts include the Fire 7 HD tablet that’s been around reduced by 40% to just £29.99.

In 2014, I received an 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HDX tablet (as the series was then called) as a gift. It immediately gave me everything I needed from a tablet – namely e-reading, browsing and streaming.

In 2021 I had to say adios to this 7 year old tablet after I shattered its screen in what I would call an unfortunate mishap.

Thankfully the Black Friday sales were well underway and I was able to pick up a Fire HD 8 tablet for the paltry sum of £39.99.

It is currently reduced from £89.99 to £54.99 – and that’s the thing about Fire tablets and Amazon devices in general.

They are often on sale.

In fact, I’d say you should never pay full price for one: if you just wait a few weeks, you’ll generally find Amazon dropping prices on a routine device sale.

Then you see these already affordable devices drop to incredibly low prices.

I can’t help but wonder: is Amazon even breaking even on items like the Fire 7 HD tablet, if it does costs only €29.99?

My theory is this: Like many large companies, the retailer is happy to make losses on certain items while making profits on others.

Also, the companies that place ads on the dormant screens of these tablets must be a decent source of income.

Anyway, whatever you think of Amazon and its ever-growing companies, you can’t deny that it’s doing something groundbreaking with its offering of proprietary technology.

With companies like Apple and Samsung sticking to their guns and focusing on game-changing devices like the iPad and Galaxy Tab, which feature cutting-edge processors, groundbreaking displays and prices in excess of £1000, Amazon is offering a budget-friendly alternative.

These are items you’ll love adding to your shopping cart along with the extension cords, toilet paper, multivitamins, and all the other little things you rely on Amazon for.

I’m excited to see what happens when Amazon Prime Day comes in (which will likely be) July – let’s see what other items fall in price.

  • Amazon deals on Fire tablets, Echo Dots, Echo Shows and Kindles – shop here

i keep this Offers for Amazon Alexa devices Page up to date with all the latest price drops I can find on the Amazon website. This not only applies to Fire tablets, but also to Kindles, Echo Dots, Echo Shows and Ring Video Doorbells.

I also covered the Currys payday sale, which competes with Amazon in appliances, electronics, and home and garden deals.

There’s also my choice of best 4K UK TV deals available this month.


Discover more top deals and savings at your favorite tech retailers by heading to Sun Coupons. Sun Vouchers is the one stop shop where you can find hundreds of discount codes for top chains like Currys, Argos, AliExpress and more.

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