Private orders can be the only option for buying the most expensive items online at Amazon.
The company is currently selling a $1,500 Kindle Fire tablet for $649.99.
The deal was posted last week on Amazon’s marketplace.
But that price is $100 more than Amazon’s normal asking price of $399.99, so you’re out $80 more if you go the Kindle Fire route.
(If you want a new Kindle Fire, Amazon sells an unlocked model at $449.99 for the same price.)
Amazon’s other cheapest-selling e-reader, the Kindle Paperwhite, is also $100 cheaper, at $199.99 in the US.
The only other way to get a Kindle Fire with a $199 price tag is if you also buy a new Amazon Prime membership.
Amazon also has a limited-time offer for the new Kindle X, with $100 in Amazon credit.
That’s $10 more than the regular price of the $199 device, which is $899 in the UK.
Amazon is the only major retailer offering free Prime shipping on a wide variety of products, including books, electronics, and more.
The service also includes a free one-year Amazon Music membership, and Amazon has also made it easy to sign up for a new Prime membership by adding a one-month free trial.
Amazon’s Prime membership is currently available in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, and the United States.
You can sign up on Amazon.com.
You also can add Amazon Prime memberships to other devices, including Apple TV, Chromecast, and Google Chromecast Ultra.
Amazon recently added a new free option for Prime members in the United Kingdom and Germany, which lets you get a free month of Prime membership with an Amazon-provided credit card.
That includes paying a fee to unlock the Amazon app, then signing in to the service.
Amazon has yet to reveal what the Amazon Music subscription plan costs, but you can get an introductory price of just $20 a month.
The Amazon Prime deal has not been active on Amazon in the past month.
Amazon Prime has been a bit of a flop.
The Kindle Fire HD 8.9 tablet is a $99.99 device in the U.S., and Amazon says the 8.8-inch tablet costs $199 in the rest of the world.
That would seem to be a fair price for the 8-inch, which has a higher-resolution screen, sharper display, and a more powerful processor.
But Amazon’s Kindle Fire line has struggled to sell, and Prime membership has become the only way to purchase the Kindle X line, the smaller 8- and 10-inch tablets.
The Fire line sold only 2.3 million units in 2016, and this year Amazon has announced it’s going to cut the price of its new line of tablets by a third, from $199 to $249.
The new 8.5-inch Kindle Fire and 8.7-inch Fire HD tablets have sold only about 5 million units so far, but that’s expected to grow as the price cuts go into effect.