$20 Amazon Fire Tablets Are Back For Membership Rewards Cardholders
Amazon is once again offering great discounts on it’s Fire 8 tablets. The offer is for targeted American Express cardholders only.
UPDATE: Works on 32GB tablets as well. More info below.
Use at least one Membership Rewards point for your purchase of Amazon Fire 8 HD 16GB tablets to get a discount. The offer is targeted, so you need to be eligible for this to work.
To get the offer you need to:
- Have an American Express Membership Rewards earning card set up on your account
- You must use at least one MR point at checkout
- Enter axpfiretab8 in the coupon code area which should take $30 off the tablet bringing the price down to 19.99. There is a limit of 5 tablets or a total of $150 off.
Purchase Fire HD 8 – $19.99 (affiliate link)
Only the blue ones seem to be in stock at the moment.
UPDATE: It appears this also works on the 32 GB Fire Tablets which you can get for 49.99. I think that these are harder to sell so best for personal use or gifts.
These are some of the lowest prices that we have seen for Amazon tablets. If you are targeted then definitely take a look, whether it is for personal use or reselling. You need to resell on eBay or on Craigslist etc. since you can not resell these on Amazon.
You can see my posts on how I fared with reselling Amazon tablets in the past:
This is a good opportunity for people looking to get started in reselling. Remember there is always risk involved with reselling and don’t buy more than you can afford. I am super depressed I can’t jump on this deal. At these prices I would have made an extra $50 versus the last sale.
Let me know if you are able to get the offer to show up on your account!
Hat Tip: Slick Deals
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