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GeoFan49 11-26-2013 06:51 AM

iPad Air 4G LTE 128GB on #cybermonday or #blackfriday, who has the best deal?
 
Who has the best deal on a 128GB iPad Air 4G LTE on #cybermonday or #blackfriday (Target? Walmart? BestBuy? Staples? Other?)

Please list any finds? (and which carrier, AT&T, Verizon, etc?)

IN STOCK, where?

MYmacROX 11-26-2013 02:50 PM

theblackfriday.com

Not to mention Target, Wal-Mart, and Best Buy all have their BF ads on their actual websites too.

GeoFan49 11-26-2013 03:44 PM

So far, the best deal I have found for the high-end iPad Air 128GB Cellular Verizon is Staples. $50 off plus free shipping, or in-store pickup the next day. Few others have it in stock, and if they do they are NOT discounting, some are charging a premium... (eBay, Amazon...)

pigoo3 11-26-2013 04:01 PM

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Originally Posted by GeoFan49 (Post 1552723)
So far, the best deal I have found for the high-end iPad Air 128GB Cellular Verizon is Staples. $50 off plus free shipping, or in-store pickup the next day. Few others have it in stock, and if they do they are NOT discounting, some are charging a premium... (eBay, Amazon...)

You will rarely find Apple products ever (other than refurbished products sold by Apple)...discounted much below the normal Apple retail price.

The Apple stores wouldn't survive very long if Apple allowed other retailers (Walmart, Best Buy, Target, etc.) to sell Apple products for less than the Apple Store. The main reason why Apple products are for sale at these other stores is for consumer convenience (for folks that don't live near an Apple Store)...or so folks don't have to make two trips...and additional "points of sale" for Apple to have greater distribution.

And FYI...the discounts for Apple products that are seen at stores like Walmart, Target, Best Buy, etc. That discount is paid for by Apple (not the department store itself).

This is the way it works for just about every other store (store & supplier relationship)...whether it be a department store, grocery store, etc. At least in the United States.

- Nick

chscag 11-26-2013 05:55 PM

Nick is right. Not even the military exchanges offer discounts on Apple products unless they're discontinued models or demo models. The exchanges are great though in that they do not charge state sales tax and Apple care is discounted.

BTW, Apple Care is about the only Apple product that is discounted and varies with the seller. Best deal is from the Military Exchanges or B&H Photo in NYC.


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