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Amazon launches sale on Kindle Fire tablets with no promotional code needed

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Those who love Kindle tablets for reading Kindle books or playing games and watching videos (or would like to own one to do such things) may do well to know that Amazon has launched a sale that expires on Valentine’s Day for their Kindle tablets. “Last chance – ends February 14 -- $30 off Kindle Fire HDX,” read the promotional email sent by Amazon on Tuesday, February 11, 2014, about the new deal.

The Kindle Fire HD has been marked down from $139 to $124, and the Kindle Fire HDX is now $199 instead of $229. As for the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9”, buyers can take $40 off the normal price of $379 in order to get the device for $339. Lastly, the Kindle Fire HD 8.9” is going for $189 instead of $269 as of this writing.

And according to the above link to Amazon’s sale page for the Kindle Fire deals, there’s no promotional code needed in order to take advantage of this sale. Therefore, those stuck trying to figure out what to get their loved ones for Valentine’s Day – which is fast approaching this Friday, February 14, 2014 – might want to take advantage of Amazon’s sales and fast shipping methods in order to get gifts for gamers, avid readers or even people who never thought they’d enjoy such a device.

Users surprisingly find themselves enjoying apps like Words With Friends and other thought-provoking games that aren’t of the kid-type of “Flappy Bird” or “Parking Madness” variety when they pick up their own Kindle Fire devices and begin to learn what all the hubbub is about.


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