Get 20% Off (Maximum $200 Discount) of an Android Tablet From Amazon When Using Rewards Visa


Amazon’s got a nice back to school promotion for carriers of their Visa credit card. Using the coupon code BTS20OFF, you can get 20% off of any PC and home/office supplies. Fortunately for us, they’re including tablets into that category. The most you can shave off is $200.

It’s a nice chunk of change off of, say, a 16GB ASUS Eee Pad Transformer which is $392 right now but can be yours for $315 with this promotion. If you’ve got their Visa card and are in the market, you owe it to yourself to take advantage. It all ends August 31st and the code can only be used once per account. [, Thanks Matthew!]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. that would make the 16gig Galaxy Tab 10.1 $399!!!!! free shipping with prime…holy crapola!

    1. not sure why that price sounds that exiting but cool man

  2. I think I will wait for the Amazon Tablet.

    My favorite part about Android phones is the Developers community. I won’t buy a phone unless it a) has an unlocked bootloader, and b) has Cyanogen support. This is why I believe Nexus devices are the best phones available in the US.

    But there isn’t a Nexus tablet.. I guess the Xoom was supposed to be, or the Galaxy Tab 10.1, but neither are open source, and there doesn’t appear to be the apps for a tablet device.

    20% is a great discount, but I want a true tablet, not a huge screen that makes phone sized apps look better.

    1. Google has not released the Honeycomb source, so if your Amazon tablet runs HC, you’re in exactly the same position. And the no apps for Honeycomb is a huge amount of FUD, there are plenty.

      1. true about any current Android tablet running the non-open source HoneyComb, but my point was in reference to the popularity, or ‘install base’. The Xoom does not have the numbers to support Cyanogen-like development. While the Galaxy Tab could, I predict the Amazon tablet will have the most sales of the holiday season, thus attracting greater developer interest, should Ice Cream sandwich get released and open-sourced in Q4

        As for Honeycomb apps… they compare to the Android 2.1 apps… quantity over quality. I am an Android user through and through, but there is not a single app that would convince me to set my iPad aside.

  3. I thought the EEE Pad Slider wasn’t available yet.

  4. I can’t find the EEE Slider on Amazon. What am I doing wrong?

  5. I think he meant the Eee Pad Transformer.

  6. $313 for an Asus Transformer with free shipping and no salex tax is pretty amazing. And, if you aren’t an cardholder you can get a $40 gift card applied to your account instantly if you sign up, lowering your actual cost to $274 for the Asus Transformer. I’m generally not an advocate of credit cards, but if you had to get one for a specific purpose then cancel it, saving $125 on a transformer might be worth it.

    Unfortunately, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 isn’t part of the deal. :(

  7. Can’t apply to the galaxy tab 10.1, but can to the old galaxy tab bringing it down to under $250 – not bad assuming it will get android 2.3.

    I am considering pulling the trigger on the Motorola Xoom 32gb – now it;s getting Android 3.2 you can pick it up with a bear motion leather case for 406 and change out the door and if you are a new applicant for the Visa card as stated above by Matthew take an extra $40 off for a total of $366 out the door including free shipping.

    1. Pulled the trigger – XOOM 32gb with leather case for $366 delivered. I looked at the transformer, but liked the overall build and quality of the XOOM – hopeful that ICS will be delivered to the XOOM at some point – very excited to get in on some tablet action.

  8. Whoops, meant Eee Pad Transformer.


  9. You can actually save *more* if you *don’t* already have an Amazon Rewards card. I signed up for one and got a $40 gift card in addition to being able to use the 20% discount. I picked up an Eee Transformer for $275.99 after the $79 promotional discount and $40 gift card.

  10. This website Printapon is too cool. I use promo codes alot and hate having to look all over the place for them.

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