Today only: Get two Amazon Fire HD 10 tablets for under $200— the lowest price on the internet!

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When you buy this Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet bundle, you'll get two HD 10 tablets and cases. (Photo: Amazon)
When you buy this Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet bundle, you'll get two HD 10 tablets and cases. (Photo: Amazon)

Gift-giving season will soon be upon us, and with it comes that awful feeling we never want to admit to: giving someone a really cool, really great gift and going "I wish I had one of those." In our ever-more tech savvy world, tablets make great gifts, thanks to their functionality and convenience, with Amazon's line of Fire HD tablets one of the most acclaimed thanks to it's integration of Alexa, Amazon Prime and more of Amazon's popular services.

Most tablet sales can leave you stuck deciding between forgoing a fantastic gift for a friend or staying in the stone age with your own old, outdated tablet. But today, HSN has an amazing deal that can help you score top of the line tablet tech for you and whomever you want to give it to, all for the lowest price on the internet. Its an Amazon Fire HD 10 Two Pack for just $170 at HSN, down from $360. Amazon even doesn’t have it this low! But it's time to pounce — today is the last day of the sale.

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Aside from the two Amazon Fire HD 10s, you'll also get a customizable flip cover cases from Caseable (a $30 value), as well as access to a whole bunch of subscription services (listed below).

And if you’d rather not pay $170 at once (understandable), HSN lets you opt for five 'Flex Pays' of just $34, with no interest at all. Plus, you get free shipping!

Vivid, speedy and compact

On sale for $190 off, these Amazon Fire HD 10 are a great Apple iPad alternative. The compact tablet has a brilliant 10-inch HD display at 1080p and 12 hours of battery life so it won’t conk out mid-show. Its lightning-fast Octa-core processor paired with 2GB of memory makes it the speediest of all Amazon Fire tablets.

"After using this for a week, I am super impressed," said a savvy shopper. "The first two things I noticed were the speed and the display. Eight processors make this screaming fast. And the display is terrific—rivals the Apple iPads. Useful for most functions, and great as a second TV or for video calling."

Available in four different colors. (Photo: HSN)
Available in four different colors. (Photo: HSN)

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Endless entertainment

This trusty tablet seamlessly works with Amazon Prime Video and Amazon Music, as well as hundreds of apps, games, and more. Just imagine watching The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Fleabag or playing Candy Crush wherever you want — whether that’s outside on a lounge chair or snuggled up in bed.

And go on, read a novel while you’re at it. "I am an avid reader and this is so easy on the eyes and the greater screen space is wonderful," raved a tablet fan. "I was also amazed at the battery life—it’s good for a couple of days without charging."

Goodies galore

Don't worry, we haven't forgotten about those free subscription services. You get one-year subscriptions to OfficeSuite Personal for productivity (a $30 value), three months of BitGym for personal fitness (a $24 value), a two-month membership to America’s Test Kitchen Cooking School (a $40 value) and six months of Buxfer Pro for personal finance management (a $30 value).

At $170 (was $360 for the bundle), grab this Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet two-pack while you can, and for once avoid the festive FOMO of years past.

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