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I remember the first tablets I got for my kids during the first October Prime Day three years ago, and even though we've added to the bunch of kids and tablets, those first Fire Kids tablets are still going strong. As part of the Prime Big Deal Days, Amazon is selling the Fire HD 8 Kids tablet for only $75 -- that's 50% off.
Each purchase of a Fire Kids tablet comes with one year of an Amazon Kids+ subscription and two years of a worry-free guarantee, which means that if your kid manages to break the tablet, Amazon will replace it for free. Having seen my kids throw, drop, step on, and jab these tablets, I can't imagine what it would take to break them, but it's one less thing to worry about.