Best Buy Offering Free Gift Card and Trade-In Funds With the 2017 iPad Purchase
With the new iPad, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus orders live, online retailers have presented their own deals for Apple’s latest 9.7-inch tablet. Best Buy is giving you two reasons why you would want to purchase the new iPad from it, so let us break down the details for you.
Purchasing a 9.7-inch iPad From Best Buy Will Get You a $25 Gift Card – Trade-in Offers Also Being Entertained by Online Retailer
Seeing as how Apple is not providing anything free if you purchase an iPad from its online store, buying the tablet from Best Buy seems like a much better option. If you purchase any storage model from the online retailer, it will give you a $25 gift card, but there is something else too. If you decide to visit a brick and mortar location till April 15, you can also trade-in the following iPad models and get a minimum of $150 in coupon funds.
- iPad mini 2
- iPad mini 4
- iPad mini 4
- iPad Air
- iPad Air 2
- iPad Pro
The conditions that Best Buy will accept the trade-in of the aforementioned iPad models is that there is no sign of cracking or water-damage. From the looks of it, this is certainly better than purchasing from Apple’s online store, although it does state that you will get the 9.7-inch iPad by March 30. If you are able to muster up the patience to receive your new tablet, then we highly recommend that you purchase it from the online store.
The 2017 iPad is one of the most affordable tablet you can purchase right now from Apple and comes in the 32 and 128GB storage models. The base model will run you back by $329 and displays more than 3.1 million pixels. According to Apple, its latest product can give around 10 hours of battery on a single charge, making the tablet the perfect addition for when you want to engage in media consumption.
Do you think that purchasing from Best Buy is better than placing an order on Apple’s online store? Let us know what you think down in the comments section.
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