Amazon Giving Away 10 Kindle Fires and $250 Giftcards In Exchange For “Likes” On Facebook

The Kindle Fire is set to launch November 15th and to hype it up a little more, Amazon will be giving away 10 of the pseudo Android tablet plus a $250 giftcard to Facebookers who “like” their Facebook fan page.

Not only that — once you “like” their page and fill in the required info, you can further increase your chances at winning by “liking” Amazon’s other pages like Amazon MP3, Amazon Kindle, Amazon Appstore for Android and Amazon Instant Video. Just hit up that source link below and good luck!

[Via Facebook]

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  • verntechguy

    Yikes! Only for US residents. Dang!

    • Chris Chavez

      I didn’t see that =/

    • Zomby2D

      The Kindle Fire being tied to US-only services, and released only in the US, it was kind of obvious.   Still sucks though.

  • CryptoNoel

    Done and done!
    *fingers crossed*

    • Sodiq Awokoya

      Its only $200….relax

      I’ll like to see the what this device can do, but honestly can’t wait for XDA and other devs to hack the crap out of IT and put honeycomb, or when ICS source code is release.

      • Chris Chavez

        “ONLY” $200???

        Does that mean you’d give me $200 if I asked? :))

        • dario sucic

          Yes. actually I would =)

          • B2L

            You can send me $200 then. :P

      • CryptoNoel


  • niuguy

    I’m such a corporate whore. 

  • Chris Sandoval

    When will Google+ take over Fbook?

    • Kaden Stern

      Never. Google + is garbage. Facebook is not. 

      • OtisFeelgood

        Facebook has been garbage for awhile now.

        • Kam Siu

          with all the security leak and Ad spams left and right, i’m not so delighted with FB lately. 

          • JulianZHuang

            i hardly see any ads… o wait, i used adblock. 

          • John


      • A.D. Wheeler

        You are ignorant.

    • xmichaelx

      When Google gets off their collective asses and releases an API. Until then, it’s barely a Facebook wannabe.

  • dario sucic

    Am I.. the only one.. that doesn’t give a fuck?

    • Chris Chavez

      Yup =P

    • derpydoo

      Not really hyped about the Fire but I’ll take a free one any day.

  • An Nguyen

    done that. Wishful, been wanting the Fire for a while but want to keep out for the rumored Fire 2 next year

  • Mark Milligan

    thats sux. only for us citizens

  • Brian S.

    let it be known. this article is exactly why facebook likes are ineffective advertizing… interesting to me that google tel ppl this and yet, the companies themselves (amazon) and the advertiser itself (facebook) are just allowing it to happen.

    this is a perfect example of ignorance and incompetence and facebook is going to throw a fit when they lose anything to google.

  • Robb Manlapaz

    my likes can be bought, what of it?

  • Col

    Facebook shmacebook!