Save $55: As of Oct. 6., the Amazon Fire 7 kids tablet is on sale for $54.99 on Amazon. That’s a savings of 50% before the shopping event has even begun.
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Amazon Fire 7 Kids Tablet
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We’re less than a week away from Amazon Prime Day, but if you want to get ahead on the holiday shopping for the fam, you’re in luck because Amazon is already slashing prices. If you need a new tablet for your kiddo, the Amazon Fire 7 kids tablet is back down to its lowest-ever price.
Prime members can pick up the tablet for $54.99. That’s a savings of 50%, or $55 dollars off the usual price. We’ve seen the Amazon Fire 7 kids tablet drop its price to $59.99 back in June, but today’s deal is still the lowest price on record.
The Amazon Fire 7 Kids Tablet isn’t as sophisticated as the Amazon Fire Pro. Its display is not HD and its speakers are too quiet, but this isn’t a problem. Designed with children ages 3-7 in mind, this durable model is actually a great first tablet for your toddler. Parental controls are easy to navigate and its case is built to withstand the dings and bumps of life with a young kiddo. Plus, it has a generous warranty. If it breaks, you can send it in and get it replaced for free anytime within two years. In our review of the device, we called it the best tablet for preschoolers. Today, we still think that holds true.
Like all Fire Kids tablets, the 7 includes a free year of Amazon Kids+, which normally costs $4.99/month or $59.88/year. If you’ve been thinking about subscribing, this bundle is a low-risk way to check it out. The tablet also comes with over 20,000 apps that are pre-vetted for kids, saving parents precious time that would otherwise be spent weeding through content on their own.