If you’re after an iPad, but you don’t wanna spend the big buck, you’re in luck… reconditioned iPads are WAY cheaper
The market for reconditioned phones and tablets is HUGE, but sadly far too few people know about it.
It’s kind of a secret, something that isn’t too popular with tech companies, as they want you buy NEW and OFTEN.
But savvy shoppers can save a lot of money going the reconditioned route when it comes to smartphones and tablets.
1) To save cash – prices are generally around 30/40% lower
2) Let Somebody Else Take The Depreciation Hit
3) You’re Not Bothered About The Device Being Brand New
If that sounds like you, it’s definitely time you took a look at the world of reconditioned consumer electronics.
There are many places that do this kind of thing, but my personal favorite (and the one I trust most) is Gazelle.
They have ALL iPad models (even the iPad Pro) and they have a range of prices and deals for them.
Obviously, the newer the iPad, the higher the price but you’ll still be paying WAY below market value for one of them.
You can pick up the 2nd Gen iPad Pro 12.9in with 256GB of storage for $729 – down from $949.
Go with lower storage (64GB), and you’re looking at $639.
The less powerful iPad models, ones like the iPad 4, for instance, tend to be A LOT less.
You can get the iPad 4 for $169 and the iPad mini for $139.
But this is just the top of the iceberg; there are WAY too many offers and deals to collate in one place.
The best thing to do is go to Gazelle and have a look around yourself. This way you’ll find exactly what you’re after.
Gazelle also sells MacBooks, iPhones and a selection of Samsung phones too, so don’t go thinking it’s limited to iPads.
Some of the MacBook deals are bloody good too; I saw one for $800, and this was for Apple’s $2000+ MacBook.
Do yourself a favor and have a gander around Gazelle’s site today.
If you’re looking for cheap iPads and iPhones (and MacBooks too), you will not be disappointed!
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