Refurb iPod price drops!

Discussion in 'Buying Tips and Advice' started by JimmyDTU, Sep 13, 2006.

  1. JimmyDTU macrumors newbie

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    Not that many people will give a hoot, but it seems as though almost all of the refurb iPods have dropped in price, and pretty substantially.

    5G Video
    30 gb - $179
    60 gb - $229

    1G Nano
    2 gb - $99!

    Ipod Minis
    4 gb - $99
    6 gb - $129

    Some pretty darn good deals if you ask me... but that is considering that the whole line was almost completely revamped.

    In the same breath, though, I must say that the refurb page no longer contains Clickwheel's or Ipod Photos.
     
  2. timnosenzo macrumors 6502a

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    wow, those are pretty good prices! the 2GB nano is pretty tempting... :eek:
     
  3. xfiftyfour macrumors 68030

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    wow, that's awesome. that almost makes me want to sell my 30gb 4G and upgrade to the 60gb 5G (i've run out of space on the 30gb.. :( )
     
  4. sonictonic macrumors 6502a

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    I just bought the refurbished 2GB nano, to upgrade the shuffle I've been using for quick 'n' easy playlists to/from the car and stuff. I am so excited! I just bought the shuffle refurb for $49 with free shipping which a couple weeks ago I thought was a good deal but now this, its just too good to pass up. From the looks of ebay I should be able to get $30-$40 back on the shuffle so why not :)
     
  5. JimmyDTU thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I find myself in a little bit of a jam, because I love the 2G nanos, they're exactly what I would want them to be... but I'm not sure (as a college student on a tight budget that just recently sold his 40 gb 4G) if I can justify spending 50 dollars more on something that may just be trivially better than the last model. I think I may be going with the 1G 2 gb... Hm, it's a toughy.
     
  6. Bibulous macrumors 6502a

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    That 5G 30GB for $179, wow that is cheap. Think I may just have to get one.
     

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