Lowest price ever! This Amazon Fire HD 8 tablet bundle is just $57 right now — it's nearly 80 percent off today!

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Get the Fire HD 8 bundled with goodies courtesy of QVC. (Photo: Amazon)
Get the Fire HD 8 bundled with goodies courtesy of QVC. (Photo: Amazon)

If you're new to tablets, let us enlighten you. Tablets are basically a one-stop-shop for entertainment. These little guys let you watch flicks, play games, read books, attend Zoom meetings and more. And, with fall finally arrived, we're guessing that you might be hankering for some new tech for back-to-work (or -school).

Want one of the best tablets around? The Amazon Fire HD 8 — and you can grab it bundled with goodies for just $57, or $198 off (if sold separately), at QVC. It's not even this cheap at Amazon, who makes this speedy little tablet! You'll also get a customizable flip-cover smart case from Caseable, a Ring stand and a slew of subscription services.

$57 $255 at QVC

And if you’d rather not pay all at once, QVC lets you opt for five 'FlexPays' of just $11.40, with no interest at all. Plus, you get free shipping!

New to QVC? You can get an additional $10 off with promo code HOLIDAY at checkout. This would bring the price down to just $47. Amazing!

The Fire HD 8 is a great Apple iPad alternative, thanks to its brilliant eight-inch HD display, compact footprint and affordable price.

It sports a sleek new look, and up to 30 percent faster speeds than previous models. Everything's zippier — the processor, the charging (there's now a USB-C port) and 12 hours of battery life a pop — two more than the last version. You'll get 2GB of memory paired with 32GB of on-board storage, which is expandable up to 1TB via microSD card. See the Amazon Fire HD 8 in action here.

“This HD 8 boots up extremely fast. The screen movement is very smooth,” wrote a delighted user. “I own an HD 10 but I like this better because the size makes it easier to hold and maneuver. It is much lighter than the 10. I had a concern about the sound quality before receiving it but the sound quality is very good. The charge time is fast and the battery holds charge for a long time. Because of all these positives I will be using this tablet over my 10 on my next trip. I really like this tablet.”

It weighs less than a pound, is easy to hold and the perfect size for tossing in a tote.

QVC has this tablet for the lowest price on the web right now. (Photo: Amazon)
QVC has this tablet for the lowest price on the web right now. (Photo: Amazon)

Meanwhile, the HD mini tablet seamlessly works with Amazon Prime Video and Amazon Music, as well as hundreds of apps and games. Trust us, you’ll be spending a lot of time watching One Night in Miami, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Coming 2 America, Tenet, Sound of Metal, Black Widow and much, much more on this ultra-portable HD beauty. When you feel like you need a moment or two to yourself, play Word Crossy until your sanity comes back.

"I love my new HD8," shared a five-star Amazon shopper. "I read books, lots of magazines each month, do my email, do Internet searches for research and am addicted to the Word Crossy game. It operates faster than my old one. Its battery life is way longer than my old one, too. I spend hours on my tablet every day. I don't have to stop to charge, and charging is way faster too. Screen quality is tops."

The Amazon Fire HD 8 tablet comes in Black and Plum — they're both on sale!

$57 $255 at QVC

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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