Amazon's Kids Edition Fire Tablets are starting at $80 right now
Treat your kids to a new tablet.
Amazon's Fire Tablets are super popular because of their affordable prices, so when you can save even more on them you shouldn't miss out. The Fire 7 Kids Edition (opens in new tab) is currently down to just $79.99 from its regular price of $99.99 in your choice of blue, pink, or yellow. If you want something a little bigger, you can grab the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition (opens in new tab) for $99.99, which is $30 lower than it normally sells for.
Both options come with a year of Amazon's FreeTime Unlimited (opens in new tab), which is a $119 value. Amazon offers a two-year worry-free guarantee on the tablets, so if your kids happen to break the tablet Amazon will exchange it with no questions asked.
The tablets have access to tons of kid-friendly content and media. Unfortunately, they don't have much internal storage, so you'll want to add a microSD card (opens in new tab) to your purchase so that your kids don't run out of space.
- See at Amazon (opens in new tab)
- $60 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
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Jared started off writing about mobile phones back when BlackBerry ruled the market, and Windows Mobile was kinda cool. Now, with a family, mortgage and other responsibilities he has no choice but to look for the best deals, and he's here to share them with you.
Can they run the play store?
Yes you can if you do some snooping how to on the interwebs
Just search on YouTube. They'll walk you through it. It's like four easy steps. These little tablets are the best bang for the buck.
Just keep in mind the screens are not gorilla glass and scratch stupid easy. Since they scratch with hard plastic, I am assuming they have cheap plastic screens. Beware, you will absolutely need some screen protection.
My grand children have these and love them (agrees 6 and 4). With parental control apps from the Amazon store can be loaded. The curated listings of books and games are comprehensive. Overall these are a good value, and have held up well under constant use and abuse.