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Kindle fire

Started 1325475396.453 in Electronics Talk | Last reply 1325516034.54 by gardenman
I thought I saw the kindle fire on QVC. Is QVC selling the kindle fire????

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DrWilliamQ­VC1325476169.267119 PostsRegistered 12/26/2011


NickelEmily1325484307.9571980 PostsRegistered 7/14/2007
No. But best buy and target sell it.

gardenman1325507516.2117950 PostsRegistered 6/30/2005Southern New Jersey

You can get Kindle Fires all over the place. Amazon, Walmart, Staples, Best Buy, Target, Radio Shack, and many, many other retailers all sell them. QVC is owned by Liberty Media which recently invested a fair amount of money into Barnes and Noble so they'll only show B&N e-readers here until that investment has been repaid.

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bonnielu1325511443.316472 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004Western Maryland

I guess they will not be selling KIndles any time soon if they are investors in Barnes and Noble. I have had such good customer service from Amazon, I think when I DO MAKE UP MY MIND FOR A READER I will stick with the Kindle. And on Amazon, no tax, no shipping.

gardenman1325516034.5417950 PostsRegistered 6/30/2005Southern New Jersey

I don't think there's any chance of seeing Kindles on HSN (owned 32% by Liberty Media) or QVC (owned 100% by Liberty Media.) Liberty Media was going to buy B&N for $1 billion then backed out and instead opted to invest $207 million in B&N stock to help keep B&N alive and get two of their executives on the B&N board. That's why you're seeing Nooks pop up on QVC and HSN. They're looking to push Nooks out there to get back their investment and see what happens with B&N. If B&N is able to survive then Liberty Media is nicely positioned to make a lot of money. If B&N falls then Liberty Media can still take the profit they've made from selling Nooks to offset the $207 million they invested.

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