Desperate for a Kindle Fire? I Can Get You One!

Were you looking to purchase a Kindle Fire at Did you have your credit card in your hand ready to spend $199.00 only to find out they were sold out?

You’ve read about the unveiling of the new Kindles at an upcoming press conference in 6 days – but you’re gun shy of new electronics and their buggy behavior?

And now you are disappointed, heartbroken and Kindle-less. 🙁

Sadly you returned your credit card back to your wallet and you’ve kicked yourself in the derriere for waiting for so long. But really, who would expect the Kindle Fires to sell out in 10-11 months?  *sigh*

Don’t Despair! Cheer up! I’ve found some Kindle Fires! 🙂

Step Right Up Ladies and Gentlemen! Get Your Kindle Fire Here!

For only $999.00 you could be the proud owner of a Used-Like New Kindle Fire!
For just $600 you can purchase a Kindle Fire in Used – Acceptable condition!

There are a few other Kindle Fires available in the price range of $152.99 – $350 + Shipping & Handling — of course.

However, the person selling their ‘Like New’ Kindle Fire for $999 takes the cake (the size and weight and color and taste of which is undisclosed – It’s just the tastiest cake ever sold at Amazon in the last 12 months).

Where Can You Get in on These Fantastic Deals?

Right at Amazon from these sellers. Please Note: We STRONGLY ADVISE you to NOT BUY a Kindle Fire until you know what Kindle Fire 2 is like.

Hey, don’t forget ebay! They currently have Kindle Fires in the $300 range! Woohoooo!

I checked my local Craigslist and they hardly have anything – but I live in a very rural area. You probably have a better chance of scoring a very over-priced, used Kindle Fire if you live in or near a big city.

These unscrupulous opportunists just leave me shaking my head. Shame on them, for trying to take advantage.

PSST, Come Here

I have access to a Kindle Fire that for just $1,000 I can swipe from my daughter and sell to you. I’ll even pay for shipping.

But if my daughter presses charges – you’re posting my bail. 😉

12 thoughts on “Desperate for a Kindle Fire? I Can Get You One!”

  1. I saw those used sellers on Amazon….do they think they are selling a “vintage collectible”? What the heck! I’m so excited for the September 6th news conference announcement about the Kindle Fire 2 (and maybe cell phones); even if just part of my wish list comes true, I will have that sweet thing in my hands very soon, it will be my very first “smart” gadget 🙂

  2. I’ve often wondered about those items (usually books, in my case) that I see offered by a 3rd party on Amazon. A book that costs $39 new may have many listings from 3rd parties that price it anywhere from $39 and down. However, there’s sometimes one seller who is offering it for something like $650. Seemingly outrageous. I’ve begun to wonder if this is how money gets laundered by non-law-abiding folks.

  3. It would have been nice if when I got my Kindle Fire on 8/17 Someone would have told me a New Kindle was 2 and a half weeks away No thanks Kindle Really diappointed.

    1. Amazon has a 30 day return policy. You can return it. You also can sell it. Selling now might be better than after September 6th. Because there might be a price drop due to an ad-supported version.
      My recommendation would be to return to Amazon.

  4. What time does the Amazon news conference start tomorrow? Will it be televised on a public network or online? I would love to watch it live as it happens….. Thanks, so excited!

    1. Hi Lori Jo. I don’t think it’s going to be televised. I will, however, do live updates. I’m going to send out a post soon that you can refresh to get latest updates from the conference (which I’ll keep checking for via journalists at the conference).

      1. Thank you! I am also set up with Roku, so just in case some obscure network is there, I have access to lots of “techy” type channels; there are so many channels to go through on this thing I would never find it by guessing….so, if you hear of some offbeat channel, let me know so I can look that up specifically. Thank you, my friend, so excited I’m having a fit! 🙂

          1. That makes sense for Amazon to try to buy them, Roku rocks! We do not miss Directv – switched to digital antenna in our attic for crystal clear local channels which is FREE, Roku streaming is FREE, added Netflix and Huluplus (already had Amazon Prime) for streaming free and pay t.v. and movies, so we went from $75.00 with Directv to $16.00 per month TOTAL for Netflix and Huluplus services with this new set up – so much to watch it’s overwhelming… it works for us since we were not “addicted” to weekly series shows, just wait a few days and they show up on Roku anyway 🙂 I’ve already saved enough with this switch to buy a few Kindle Fire 2’s!

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