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Kindle Fire tablets now sold at GameStop stores


1:00 PM on 12.07.2012
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GameStop has added Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet their already packed retail stores. It's available now for $199.99 in all 4,400 U.S. GameStop stores. The HD and 7" versions of the tablet are also available in selected stores, priced at $299 and $159 respectively.

If you're thinking about gifting one this holiday, know that a promotion has customers leaving with a bonus $25 Amazon.com gift card. This offer is good through January 31, 2013. 

The Kindle Fire is a fine gaming device. I love that I'll be able to trade in crap games from my collection to get one.






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