Amazon’s Newest Fire HD 10 Tablets Are $50 Off

Amazon's Fire HD 10 Tablet in all colors.
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Just a few months after its release, the all-new Fire HD 10 tablet is already discounted on Amazon. Now’s your chance to grab the powerful Fire HD 10 for just $100—that’s $50 off its usual retail price. And if you have kids, you can save $60 on the Fire HD 10 Kid’s Edition bundle.

Amazon’s latest Fire HD 10 tablet features a new display that’s 10% brighter than its predecessor. It packs 3GB of RAM (an upgrade from 2GB) plus a new 2.0 GHz Octa-Core processor for increased performance.

You can purchase the new Fire HD 10 tablet with lockscreen ads for $100, or get the ad-free version for $115. If you need a bit more horsepower, Amazon is also slashing $50 off the Fire HD 10 Plus, an upgraded tablet with 4GB of RAM for improved multitasking and gaming.

The Fire HD 10 Kid’s Edition bundle may be the best deal here, though. It comes with a Fire HD 10 tablet, a kid’s carrying case, a one-year Amazon Kids+ subscription for books and games, plus a two-year warranty. If the tablet breaks for any reason, Amazon will replace it for free.

All-new Fire HD 10 tablet, 10.1", 1080p Full HD, 32 GB, latest model (2021 release), Black

Amazon's latest Fire HD 10 tablet features a new, brighter display with thinner bezels, plus an extra GB of RAM and an upgraded processor. Grab one for $50 off during this Amazon sale.

All-new Fire HD 10 Kids tablet, 10.1", 1080p Full HD, ages 3–7, 32 GB, Lavender

You can also save $60 on the new Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids Edition, a powerful tablet that comes with a free carrying case, a one-year Amazon Kids+ subscription for free books and games, plus a two-year no-questions-asked warranty.

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