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Amazon Cyber Monday Deal: $50 off Kindle Fire HD 16GB ($119), Kindle Fire HDX 7

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To those searching for Cyber Monday deals, Amazon has just sent a text out to those subscribed to receive its deal alerts via Twitter this “Early Cyber Monday Deal: $50 off Kindle Fire HD 16GB ($119) or Kindle Fire HDX 7" ($179),” which takes $50 off either type of Kindle devices.

With the commercials that Amazon has recently been showing during this time, users can see that the retail giant has been competing head to head with the iPad tablet and other devices that purportedly offer the same things Amazon is competing to offer.

While this Internet Deals Examiner is an iPad user, I also have access to Kindle Fire tablets, which can come in handy with the Amazon Prime package that not only allows for free shipping of eligible products, but it also provides us Kindle lovers with the option to read one free Kindle book per month – at least from those that are eligible to be download free as part of their “Prime” program.

Since today is December 1, 2013, a new book would be in order. So if you’re looking to get an Amazon deal or promotion code from the retailer for a Kindle coupon, here’s your chance to jump on getting one for cheaper than normal.

Leave it up to Amazon to jump the gun on Cyber Monday and start offering deals ahead of most of the pack, although other retailers like Walmart have already been offering Black Friday deals all week long.

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