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Amazon Lowers Kindle Fire Prices In Honor of FAA’s New Rules

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Amazon is celebrating the FAA’s new stance on devices in flight with a special discount for their tablets. (Amazon.com)

Last week, the FAA lowered their standards in regards to the use of electronic devices during flight in which Amazon has found a reason to celebrate.

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The commerce kingpin is providing a special discount related to their popular line of Kindle tablets.
This deal is intended for the 7-inch Kindle Fire HDX, Kindle Fire HD, and the cheapest Kindle. The overall price is reduced by 15% so the 7-inch goes to $195, the HD shifts to $118 and the budget Kindle is lowered to $59. Head to the Amazon website and start shopping for one of these gadgets. Once you find the Kindle you want, type in the promo code “ThnksFAA” to receive this special bargain. Unfortunately, the paperwhite series won’t be a part of this promotion. Act quickly since this special event only lasts TODAY.

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