Flash! Amazon has refurbed Kindle Fires for $169…save $30

Flash! Amazon has refurbed Kindle Fires for $169…save $30

Been wanting a Kindle Fire, but felt $199 was just too much?

Really? 😉

Well, if you go to the Kindle Fire product page, there’s a box there right now with a link to a refurb version that’s $169 (yes, directly from Amazon).

It says:

“Save $30 with a Certified Refurbished Kindle Fire

Each Certified Refurbished Kindle Fire is tested, certified, and repackaged like new. Comes with the same one-year limited warranty as a brand-new Kindle Fire.”

If you speak with people who have gotten refurbed (refurbished) Kindles from Amazon before, I think you’ll find that the response is overwhelmingly positive.

Maybe this is the time to get a second one for that jealous family member. 😉

I don’t know how long it will last.

This doesn’t say anything special about the product to me…it doesn’t mean there is an impending new release, or that there have been an inordinate number of returns. Amazon has done this with other models before.


This post by Bufo Calvin originally appeared in the I Love My Kindle blog.

2 Responses to “Flash! Amazon has refurbed Kindle Fires for $169…save $30”

  1. jennifer cline Says:

    Thanks for the heads up on the refurbished kindle fires.I bought one for each of my young daughters for book, magazine,and use of apps.I have one already as well as a kindle keyboard.Ilmk’s!

    • Bufo Calvin Says:

      Thanks for writing, jennifer!

      Wow, that’s great! The sixty dollars you saved can get some good books, magazines, and apps. 🙂

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