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*HOT* Get Kindle Now and Pay Over Time – As low as $13.80/Month!

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WOW! For a few short days during the holiday season, Amazon did a payment plan on the Kindle Fire HDX and it looks like they are doing this promo again!

This offer does not appear to be valid for everyone though, including me! I did do the HDX plan though so that may be why.

On to the important part here:

At checkout, you’ll be charged 20% of the device price, plus any applicable tax and shipping charges in full. The remaining balance will be automatically billed to your credit card in four equal installments every 30 days. This offer is limited to one Kindle e-reader or Kindle Fire tablet per customer.

Make your first payment at checkout. Pay the remaining balance in four equal monthly installments.

  • No interest
  • No finance charges
  • No hidden fees
  • No credit check or application required


Comments

  1. The offer applies to everyone … if you clicked on “accept terms” at any point while checking out this offer, or tried putting a Kindle in your cart to see how you’d be charged (or perhaps even triggered the offer another way), you have essentially accepted the offer, and the offer has already been applied to your account. Should you at some point “check out” with a qualifying Kindle in your cart, the offer will be applied at that time and you’ll only be charged the first payment.

    As such, while we decide whether or not to “pull the trigger” (I’m considering it myself) on this deal, Amazon is not going to waste prime (pun intended) ad space and marketing real estate on their site continually showing us this offer. What I think has been confusing people is, it seems that because of the way it’s coded, if you hit certain pages or parts of pages dealing with this offer, you’ll get a “you do not qualify for this offer” or some such message. What the system seems to mean by this is: “this offer is already applied to your account, and cannot be applied more than once”. HTH.

  2. patrina says:

    I never saw “accept terms”. Help!!!