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Shop Refurb Amazon Fire Tablets and Kindle E-Readers Starting at Just $15

If you don't mind a few dings and scrapes, this great deal will help you unwind with some beach reading this summer.

The front and back of a Kindle e-reader against an orange background.
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Let's face it, electronics are typically expensive. But if you don't mind forgoing the latest models, refurbished items can be a terrific alternative that can save you a load of cash. If you're in the market for a tablet or e-reader, Woot is offering deep discounts on refurbished Amazon Fire Tablets for as little as $15 and Kindle e-readers for as low as $28. And if buying refurbished things makes you nervous, have no fear: The devices come with a 90-day Woot limited warranty. This offer is valid now through Aug 3, though there are limited quantities, and some models have already sold out.

With a Fire tablet you'll be able to access the top streaming services to watch your favorite movies and TV shows, listen to music, make video calls, read eBooks, play games and much more. The $15 refurbished Fire 7 tablet (7th-gen) is where you'll find the lowest prices of the sale, but for $20 you can get the 8th-gen Fire HD 8 tablet. And starting at just $35, you can snag the Fire HD 10 tablet (7th-gen), which comes with a larger 1080p full HD touchscreen display, stereo speakers with Dolby Audio and gets up to 10 hours of battery life per charge.

There are a variety of Kindle e-readers available as well, with the 8th-gen Amazon Kindle as the most budget-friendly option at just $28, while the 2019 10th-gen Kindle is available for $30 with ad-support. Or, for just $35 you can score the Kindle Paperwhite 2015 edition and starting at $55 you can get the 2018 model of the Kindle Paperwhite, which is waterproof and has more storage, but is also ad-supported. There's a $10 case for this model available, too. 

The 2016 Kindle Oasis is marked down to $80. It has a 6-inch touchscreen display with a built-in light. Or you can grab the waterproof Kindle Oasis model from 2018 starting at $90, which is IPX8 rated to protect against immersion in water for up to an hour, making it a good option for reading in the tub, by the pool or at the beach. 

Keep in mind that while these units have been tested and verified internally by Amazon, these items are used and therefore may have cosmetic blemishes. However, if you don't mind a little wear, this offer is hard to beat.


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