Deal alert: Kindle Fire HDX tablets now sort-of cheaper with no-interest financing plan

by: Chris SmithDecember 15, 2013

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Amazon has kicked off a new interesting promotion for its two new HDX tablets – the Kindle Fire HDX 7 and the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 – offering buyers the possibility of paying for the device every three months, no matter what model they choose.

While Amazon’s forked Android OS may not be that attractive to some users, the fact still remains that the company has some interesting tablets, that have been selling rather well, according to the company and several market share studies. The latest Kindle Fire HDX models are even better devices than their predecessors, and could very well be on the Christmas shopping list for many gadget lovers.

Under Amazon’s new payment plan, users will be able to pay for the handset in four equal installments every 90 days, without being charged interest, financing charges or other hidden fees. There’s not even a credit check or application required to get the deal.

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The first payment will include the applicable tax and shipping charges in full, after which the credit card on file will be billed every 90 days. That means you’ll have to pay $57.25 for the Kindle Fire HDX and $94.75 for the bigger Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 every three months – not including here the tax and shipping charges.

With the money you temporarily save by not paying the full price for the new Kindle Fire tablets, you could always do something else this Christmas. Are you going to take advantage of the offer?

  • AndroidBoss

    Nexus 7 is better than Kindle Fires.

    • B3nlok

      How so? Kindle hdx has a faster SoC and higher resolution display. Nexus 7 has 2012 specs.

      • Jacob

        As far as I know both have FHD 1080p display.

      • AndroidBoss

        The Nexus 7 doesn’t have 2012 specs. I don’t know where you got that from.

    • RichardWrite

      Yep, except for the Kindle having a better screen, faster processor, better speakers, better battery life, and better customer support, the Nexus is better.

      • Guest

        head desk.

      • Islay banishing

        Despite all that the nexus has a better overall experience so…

        • RichardWrite

          No it doesn’t

          • Bryan Z

            I agree.. not for a tablet. awesome experience for a nexus 5 though, I got a kindle fire hd for $99 didn’t think i’d like it but it’s actually pretty nice

      • AndroidBoss

        Yeah, the Nexus 7 is smaller, in size and can fit in your pockets easily, has a nicer design (feels nice in the hand), has a rear and front facing camera (which can shoot better video), and has a better experience and you get the updates shortly after they come out.
        By the way, the Kindle Fire HDX doesn’t have better battery life because, or better screen. They are the same if not the N7’s is better. Especially the WiFi model it has a better battery life. Performance wise, there is no difference, N7 is probably better, especially in gaming.

  • Arturo Raygoza

    they should do that with more devices like N7