Deal: Amazon has the Nexus 9 for $50 off


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The Nexus 9 might not be the subject of many Black Friday festivities, but that doesn’t mean you can’t save a few bucks on one. Amazon is giving you one of the best deals to come along since HTC’s big blowout a few weeks back — $50 off its original retail costs of $399.99 (16GB) and $479.99 (32GB), respectively.

That figures to save you the same amount of money as Google Play’s own deal on the thing, though an up-front discount is a lot different compared to Google Play credit that you may or may not take full advantage of. Better to choose what you want to spend the savings on than to be locked into one bubble, we’d say.

That also comes with the typical Amazon experience of reliable and — for Prime members — cheap shipping. Stock still seems plentiful over yonder so be sure to head over there and order one if you’re in the market for a pretty sweet Android tablet with Lollipop

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. You still get the $50 Play credit too, on top of the $50 off.

    1. Is Best Buy still doing the $100 with a eligible trade in?

      1. Best Buy Mobile employee here, yes we are.

        1. Hey Curtis good to know that BB is still doing the promo but someone said that first gen Kindle Fire isn’t considered eligible trade in when they clearly excluded Nook and specifications excluded e readers. Is that true?

          1. You should still be able to use a Kindle Fire as a tablet trade in because it is not an e-reader.

  2. Slightly off-topic but after seeing that picture I’m suddenly understanding the aspect ratio complaints.

    1. It stinks for media thats for sure. I have a 4:3 LDC monitor as a secondary display on my main PC. Its good for basic stuff or stuff that I just need to run in the background but theres a reason we stepping away from the 4:3 aspect ratio 16:10 is far better for production.

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