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Kindle now at GameStop, purchase includes $25 Amazon card


Amazon's Kindle Fire, which uses the Android operating system, is available now through GameStop in the States. The game retailer will have the Kindle Fire HD 7" for $199.99 in "all 4,400" US GameStop shops. The Kindle Fire HD 8.9" and Kindle Fire 7", which cost $299.99 and $159.99, respectively, are available in select stores.

And with customers able to trade old video games, devices and more toward the purchase of new products, including Kindle Fire, we're making it easier than ever for customers to get the holiday gifts they want," said Joe Gorman, vice president of mobile at GameStop. Trading in an original Kindle Fire can net customers up to $100 of in-store credit.

To entice you to purchase a Kindle from GameStop, rather than straight from Amazon, the retailer is offering a $25 gift card with Kindle Fire purchase through January 31, 2013. And with that you can purchase a GameStop gift card off Amazon and get right back to what you should have been given in the first place. Circuit complete.

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