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Maybe next sale, Amazon will pay you.

Maybe next sale, Amazon will pay you. Photo: Amazon

Amazon’s tablets aren’t the fastest or most powerful, but they sure are affordable.

As of Monday, Amazon Fire tablets and Kindles are even less expensive, thanks to deep cuts across the product line in a new Amazon Device Deals promotion.

If you’ve ever been interested in checking out an Amazon Fire 7-inch tablet, now’s the time at $39.99, a full $10 off an already amazingly low price.

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Verizon is hungry for new and returning customers. Photo: Mike Mozart/Flickr CC

Verizon Wireless is just about matching the deal other carriers have offered for a while to entice customers on other networks. It’s essentially offering to buy you out of your contract with up to $650 per line, less the trade-in value of your current device. But Verizon also has a few extra bonuses to brag about.

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Tangled wires are enough to spoil even the greatest of headphones. But with Active Wrap from SPBEAT9, you’ll never have to worry about headphone wires again.

Not only do they sound great and feel incredibly comfortable, they’re also completely wireless. And thanks to Cult of Android Deals, you can get yours for just $24 for a limited time — with another 10% off in the Early Black Friday sale.

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Gather around, bargain hunters, this baby goes out to you. Photo: Asus

The Asus ZenWatch is now down to just $130 through Best Buy — $70 off its regular retail price.

Asus’ original Android Wear watch was recently sold by Google at a reduced price a couple of weeks ago, but while Big G’s promotion didn’t last long, third-party retailers are now realizing that they, too, need to incentivize folks on the fence about “gimmicky” smartwatches.

Pretty tempting, huh? Photo: lgg4augustrebate.com

Pretty tempting, huh? Photo: LG

In an effort to attract phablet fans who might be holding onto their cash for Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 5, Verizon is offering customers a $100 Visa card when they pick up LG’s flagship G4.

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