Amazon’s 20th anniversary sale hasn’t started yet, but the retail giant is already offering big savings on the Nexus 9 for customers in the U.K., bringing its price tag down to as little as £199.99 (approx. $307).

That’s how much you’ll currently pay for the 16GB Nexus 9 with Wi-Fi connectivity after a £119.01 (approx. $183) reduction. If you’d prefer more storage, you can also get the 32GB Wi-Fi model for £299.99 (approx. $461) after a £99.01 (approx. $152) reduction.

These are pretty terrific prices for a great tablet that’s just 7 months old, especially when you consider the 2013 Nexus 7 (32GB) is only £50 (approx. $77) cheaper on Amazon.

For your money, you’re getting an 8.9-inch Quad HD display, an NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor clocked at 2.3GHz, 2GB of RAM, and HTC’s excellent BoomSound speakers. You also get Android 5.1 Lollipop in its purest form — without any third party tweaks or applications.

If you’re looking for a great 9-inch Android tablet at a good price, then, the Nexus 9 from Amazon is well worth a look.