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The Price of iPad 2 Reduced to $299 in the Walmart Store

Walmart is providing an offer of $100 discount for the iPad 2, which will remain valid for a month

Feb 6 2014, 1:30pm CST | by

The Price of iPad 2 Reduced to $299 in Walmart Store
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Walmart has brought a great offer for the iPad 2 buyers, as the retailer has decided to slash the price of the device by $100.

According to CNET, Walmart has begun selling the 16GB Wi-Fi only iPad 2 for $299 today, whereas the regular price of the device is $399. The offer will be valid for one month and is available in both online and retail stores.

Walmart is also providing a special offer for the users interested in giving up their older iPads. If any customer prefers to trade the old model of iPad while purchasing the iPad 2, the person will be provided with a total discount of $200, in which $100 will be offered as an electronic gift card.

Moreover, the customers interested in trading Apple’s smartphones and tablets can obtain a Walmart credit as high as $300. Detailed information is provided in Walmart’s Trade-in Promotion Page.   

 

 

 
 
 


Ehsanul Haque Kanan is covering consumer electronics with passion. He is especially an avid follower of all things Apple.

 

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