Amazon's Fire HD line of tablets aren't geared for hardcore Android enthusiasts. They don't come with the Play Store. They don't offer Google apps. And they don't come with the Google Now Launcher or any of that relatively new material design. But they are pretty good at letting you consume media.
The Fire HD 7 is a low to mid-range offering with a rather mediocre 1280 by 800 display. But today you can get it for $60 off, which isn't all that much dough to cough up for the hardware. The cheapest option is the 8GB model with ads (ahem, special offers), which has dropped from $140 to $80. The ad-free model costs an extra $15.
If you want more than 8GB of space, the 16GB model is also discounted. You can get it for $100 or $115, depending on your willingness to deal with sponsored screensavers.
With most variants, you have your choice of black, white, blue, pink, and yellow. Depending on how you configure your device, you may have to wait a week or two for the tablet to get in stock.