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Amazon is running a promotion for 3 months of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited for $2.99 (regularly $29.99). You can purchase the 3-month plan here [amazon.com].

However, the promotion runs through the end of the month, so you can also start your free 1-month trial now [amazon.com] and sign up for the 3-month plan by December 31st, still for only $2.99. This method will give you 3.5 months of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited for a final price of $2.99.
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You can get this for $0.99.
1. Visit the product page for any of the Kindle Fires [amazon.com] (not the kids editions).
2. On the right side of the page, check the box for 3 months Amazon FreeTime Unlimited for $0.99.
3. Add the Kindle Fire to your cart.
4. Go to your cart and the Kindle Fire and FreeTime subscription are listed as separate items. Delete the Kindle Fire and check out with just the $0.99 subscription.

I did this last week in order use the cheap subscription on Amazon Warehouse refurbished Kindle Fire. Worked absolutely fine. My kid loves it.

PS- The regular price isn't really $29.99 for most people. Amazon has a range of pay-per-month plans [amazon.com] from $2.99 - $9.99 per month depending on how many kids you have and whether you have Prime. So you'd only have to pay $29.99 if you're purchasing for multiple children and don't have Prime. If you only have one kid and a Prime account, it'll only cost you $27.90 for an entire year this way.
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Does anyone know how to transfer FreeTime Unlimited subscription? I bought a Fire 7-inch Kids Edition for my 6 year-old, but the screen is too small, so I want to upgrade to Fire 10-inch. I searched for help on Amazon and Google, but I could not find any answer. Confused

Someone may ask why Fire 7-inch is too small, when many readers love Kindle 6-inch. The key difference is the content. Most adult books are digitized as text, and the text can be resized and rotated, so they can be read comfortably on Kindle 6-inch.

However, most young children books are digitized as photos, and the text cannot be resized or rotated. To make matter worse, many publishers digitized 2 pages side-by-side, and the text became 6-7 points on Fire 7-inch, so they need magnifying glass.

Hopefully, someone who works for Amazon may be reading this post. Thanks for any help in advance. hug
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I have 2 kids fire 7s that have not been activated yet (Xmas gifts). They come with 1 year if this service for free. Any way to stack this so I getv1.25 years on each tablet for$3?
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Thank you.
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Quote from constructiveentropy
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You can get this for $0.99.
1. Visit the product page for any of the Kindle Fires [amazon.com] (not the kids editions).
2. On the right side of the page, check the box for 3 months Amazon FreeTime Unlimited for $0.99.
3. Add the Kindle Fire to your cart.
4. Go to your cart and the Kindle Fire and FreeTime subscription are listed as separate items. Delete the Kindle Fire and check out with just the $0.99 subscription.

I did this last week in order use the cheap subscription on Amazon Warehouse refurbished Kindle Fire. Worked absolutely fine. My kid loves it.

PS- The regular price isn't really $29.99 for most people. Amazon has a range of pay-per-month plans [amazon.com] from $2.99 - $9.99 per month depending on how many kids you have and whether you have Prime. So you'd only have to pay $29.99 if you're purchasing for multiple children and don't have Prime. If you only have one kid and a Prime account, it'll only cost you $27.90 for an entire year this way.
No luck here on mobile, PC, nor app. Though I just noticed I have to have a child's profile to complete any other and can not even see OPs option listed on this post. I will try after creating a profile for my kid and follow up
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Does anyone know how to transfer FreeTime Unlimited subscription? I bought a Fire 7-inch Kids Edition for my 6 year-old, but the screen is too small, so I want to upgrade to Fire 10-inch. I searched for help on Amazon and Google, but I could not find any answer. Confused

Someone may ask why Fire 7-inch is too small, when many readers love Kindle 6-inch. The key difference is the content. Most adult books are digitized as text, and the text can be resized and rotated, so they can be read comfortably on Kindle 6-inch.

However, most young children books are digitized as photos, and the text cannot be resized or rotated. To make matter worse, many publishers digitized 2 pages side-by-side, and the text became 6-7 points on Fire 7-inch, so they need magnifying glass.

Hopefully, someone who works for Amazon may be reading this post. Thanks for any help in advance. hug
I may be wrong but I believe the Freetime subscription is linked to an Amazon account and not a single device. My daughter has a Kindle Fire with Freetime and I have another newer Kindle Fire, after I set up Freetime on the newer tablet, her profile was already there and she can go back and forth between mine and hers on the same subscription.
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Thanks for the heads up. I've been paying $6.99 a month for my three kids, and while I didn't get the three month offer, I was able to purchase a year for $49.
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