Amazon's Fire tablets are on sale right now, with discounts reaching as high as 30 percent

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Amazon's Fire tablets are on sale right now, with discounts reaching as high as 30 percent
It's not hard to figure out why Amazon constantly ranks among the world's top five tablet vendors despite rarely upgrading the Fire lineup in big ways. The Fire 7, Fire HD 8, and Fire 10, as well as their children-oriented derivations, are reliable, respectably powerful, and above all, incredibly affordable. 

But even the cheapest Android-based slates out there are occasionally available at lower than usual prices, and one such occasion currently allows you to save as much as $40 on a gadget that already delivered excellent bang for your buck. Of course, the entry-level Amazon Fire 7 is discounted by a significantly less substantial $10, which represents a whopping 20 percent off the list price of a version with 8GB internal storage and a 14 percent markdown as far as the 16 gig configuration is concerned.
Up next on the Fire tablet totem pole, you'll find the HD-capable 8-inch model sold for 20 bucks, or 25 percent off, a similarly hard to resist list price. In addition to a larger and sharper screen, the Amazon Fire HD 8 offers 16 gigs of local digital hoarding room in an entry-level configuration, bumped up to 32GB for a variant discounted by a cool 18 percent right now.
As for the Fire HD 10, its higher list price allows Amazon to apply a slightly heftier $30 discount at the time of this writing in both 32 and 64GB versions, equating to 20 and 16 percent savings respectively. But the Fire HD 10 Kids Edition actually comes with the highest markdown ($40 off), while the Fire 7 and Fire HD 8 Kids Editions are reduced by 30 bucks each.
It's worth pointing out that the Fire HD 8 has been available at a lower price than today just a few weeks back, with all other models similarly discounted after Christmas. That means these deals aren't exactly rare, but they're still pretty darn good. 

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