If Santa is bringing you and/or your kids a brand-new Fire tablet this Christmas, you’ll probably want to get a case for it sooner rather than later. I’ve had a Fire for several years now and I l-o-v-e my case, especially since I have kids that use my tablet on occasion.
Below I’ll highlight three options for Fire cases, all priced at $13.95 or less, for the 7″ tablet that had the screaming hot dealÃ‚ for Black Friday.Ã‚ (It’sÃ‚ currently $39.99 on AmazonÃ‚ which is $10 off the list price of $49.99.)
Here are your three options:
Option #1: MoKo 7″ FireÃ‚ Case
For $13.95 you can get this MoKo Fire 7″ Case. This case comes in roughly a bazillion different prints and colors, but note that some options come with a slightly higher price tag. Cool features include a PU leather exterior, built in flip stand, magnetic closure, stylus loop, and interior hand strap. This is very similar to the case I have, except mine doesn’t have a stylus loop.* (Argh!)
Option #2: Zip Sleeve Fire Case
If you don’t need a stand but just want a place to keep your tablet when you’re not using it, this Amazon Fire 7″ Zip SleeveÃ‚ is currently priced at $9.99-$10.04 in two different colors.
Option #3: NuPro Protective Comfort Grip Case
Another option: the NuPro Protective Comfort Grip for Fire 7″ is available for $9.99 in two different colors. This isn’t a case, per se, but more of a guard that allows you to grip the tablet more securely and also cushions it from drops. It does not have a screen protector.
Bonus: 10-Pack Styluses for $3
*If you have kids, do notÃ‚ buy a fancy shmancy stylus. My five-year-old and three-year-old have destroyed many a stylus by chewing on them, so now I just buy a 10-pack of the cheapy ones (like theseÃ‚ for $3.19) and toss them out when they get ruined.
You also might be interested in the Kindle UnlimitedÃ‚ program which gets you access to over 1 million titles and thousands of audiobooks for $9.99/month. If you don’t want to commit to that, they let you try it out for a monthÃ‚ for free. (Anyone tried it? I don’t read enough to justify the cost, but maybe you do…?)