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Amazon now offering time payment for Kindle with no interest

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We are all familiar with sales that offer a discount or bonus product and recognize them as having value. Another way to save is to get something today with the ability to pay over time without interest charges. That is the offer now available from Amazon on the hot new Kindle Tablets and e-readers.

Here is how it works. Just add the Kindle Fire Tablet or eligible e-reader to your cart while shopping at amazon.com. When you checkout you will be charged just 20% of the price for the Kindle plus any applicable tax and shipping charges in full. The remaining balance will be automatically billed to your credit card in four equal installments every 30 days.

The Kindle HDX Fire will only start $27.80 per month. This tablet has a large screen that is just under 9”. It has front and rear cameras and a battery that will last between 12 to 18 hours before recharging. The basic Kindle will only be as low as $13.80 per month for the four months following the initial payment.

This offer is so good that Amazon is limiting it to only one offer per customer.

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