Deal: Amazon's Deals on the Kindle, Fire HD 6 and Fire HD 7



Somewhat unsurprisingly, Amazon is holding Black Friday deals on the majority of the Kindle and Fire HD line with deals starting tomorrow, the 27th and running until November 29th, covering all of Black Friday weekend. The deals are on the new Kindle – still one of the best gifts for parents around – and the new Fire HD 6 and 7 Android tablets, which are often said to be perfect for kids and casual users. So, without wasting too much time, here are the deals:

Starting with eBook readers, the new $79 Kindle (which now features a touchscreen) is down to $49 starting tomorrow, and is part of deal offering 6 months Kindle Unlimited and a Kindle for $79. While the Kindle Paperwhite isn't as fancy as the Voyage, it's still my personal favorite and it's down $119 to just under a hundred at $99, and there's also a bundle with 6 months of Kindle Unlimited and a Paperwhite for $129. Excellent gifts, the Kindle Unlimited bundles will ensure many, many books to read for the next 6 months without any extra money needed.#


Buy the Kindle (With Touchscreen)Buy the New Kindle with 6 Months of Kindle UnlimitedBuy the Kindle PaperwhiteBuy the Kindle Paperwhite with 6 Months of Kindle Unlimited

On to more Android related fare, and both the 6-inch and 7-inch Fire HD tablets are on offer starting the 27th this Black Friday. The Fire HD 6 can be had for as little as $79 and the Fire HD 7 for just $109, down from $99 and $139, respectively. Of course, these prices do include special offers, but you can always choose to pay a little extra to have them removed.

Buy the Fire HD 6Buy the Fire HD 7


Please remember that these deals won't go live 'til November 27th and they end on the 29th. Oh, and in case you're interested in a phone that has the word 'Fire' in it, Amazon's Fire Phone is now just $199 Unlocked, free of contracts and all.

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