Amazon celebrates FAA ruling with 15% discount on Kindle devices

Amazon celebrates FAA ruling with 15% discount on Kindle devices

Amazon simply loves the new FAA decision which allows for the use of portable electronics during take-off and landing. How much so, you ask? Enough to celebrate by discounting their Kindle family of tablets.

Effective immediately, Amazon is throwing a one-day promotion of 15% OFF their Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire HDX 7″, and Kindle

“We’ve been fighting for our customers on this issue for years, and we are thrilled by the FAA’s recent decision—this is a big win for customers. Delta and JetBlue have already started flights with the new rules—we’re excited to see which airlines are next…To say thank you, for one day only we’re offering 15% off Kindle Fire HD, Kindle Fire HDX 7”, and the $69 Kindle—happy flying!”

Simply enter the promo code “ThnksFAA” at checkout to receive the special discount.

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