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Amazon is running a deal that lets you save up to 54% on select Fire Kids tablets when you opt for a model that comes with a 2-pack of screen protectors. That brings the price of a Fire 7 Kids tablet down to $65 for a 16GB model or $66 for a 32GB version, while the Fire HD 8 Kids is going for $95 if you opt for a 32GB model or $100 for a 64GB version.

Fun fact: pop the tablet out of the ruggedized protective case it comes with and these are basically identical to the Fire 7 or Fire HD 8 tablets that currently sell for $60 and $100, respectively. In other words, for about the same price as a non-Kids tablet, you can get the same hardware and a protective case, a 2-year worry-free guarantee, and a 1 year subscription to Amazon Kids+. You may have to disable the kid’s profile if you want the full grown-up feature set though.

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