Return of the $139 Kindle Fire

The last time Amazon offered this deal, it sold out by late afternoon. Grab yours before they're gone again!


It was just over a month ago that Amazon slashed the refurbished Kindle Fire to $139. Since then, it's been selling for $169 -- still a great deal, but not this great.

Today only, and while supplies last, Amazon once again has the refurbished Kindle Fire tablet for $139 shipped.

Now's the time to score Mother's Day gold. Or Father's Day gold. And don't forget about graduate gold. By which I mean: awesome gift item!

Like last time, the sellout potential here is huge. Even at the new price of $199, the Kindle Fire is a great 7-inch tablet. Though it lacks a few amenities, like cameras and Bluetooth, it's really terrific for consuming media: books, music, videos, games, and the like. I must admit that since I got mine, I've barely touched my Nook Color.

In case you're not aware, Amazon's refurbs come with a full one-year warranty, same as new. If you purchased one of these last time out, hit the comments and let your fellow cheeps know what kind of condition it was in. If it's anything like Barnes & Noble's refurbs (which I'm pretty sure it is), it'll be almost indistinguishable from new.

So, who's in?

Bonus deal: Whoa! Remember that Obihai OBi110 gadget from a few days ago? It plugs into your router and provides free (for now) phone service via Google Voice. The company is currently offering a free refurbished OBi110 VoIP adapter to active U.S. military servicepersons stationed outside the U.S. That is singularly awesome. I tip my hat to you, Obihai.

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