How much should I charge to sell iPad 1 64 GB WiFi plus 3G


scottness

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I think that's a great price to sell for if you've got a buyer… because I wouldn't be willing to spend that much on it—sorry.
 

kapalua12

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Someone who works for me. Just wondering if it's worth keeping the original iPad as a work tool, display pictures and products to customers and use my newly ordered iPad3 64 GB WiFi and 3G as the new replacement.

It's hard to pass up the $450 offer...what would you recommend?
 

iSingandiDance

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What line of business are you in? Is it profitable for you to display your product to customers?

Under normal conditions, I would say take the $450 deal but if its more feasible to use it in your LOB then keep it.

And it would seem a bit cruel to sell it to one of your workers who, presumably, doesn't know any better. But, money talks.
 

kapalua12

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One of my subcontractors made me an offer when I mentioned I was buying the new version. $ 450 seems like a good price.
 

deeddawg

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Look at completed listings on ebay for similar units. Checkbox on the left side. Easy way to see exactly what people are paying. Take off fees (~12%) and that'd be your net. Somewhere between the two is probably a fair price.
 

bkitchen0406

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why in the world would u use a crap screen to display work to customers when you have a good screen. If your in business to make money I don't get this at all.
 

wrinkster22

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why in the world would u use a crap screen to display work to customers when you have a good screen. If your in business to make money I don't get this at all.
Because they are still selling the same product. Besides the iPad 1/2 display is not crap. And honestly, the display makes a nice picture frame also.
 

Mr Kram

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i have the same unit. i would sell it today for $450. let me know if your deal falls through. :D
 

kapalua12

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Well she gets the original iPad as soon as my account status shows "shipped".

I guess $829 original price minus $450 =$ 329 my cost of ownership for 2 years isn't so bad ;)

I don't think the iPad 1 screen is crap at all either.
 

aznguyen316

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That is definitely a good price.

Sold my first gen 32GB wifi + 3g for $350 cash, so you're getting back the $100 that Apple asks for the 64gb upgrade right there. Solid, make the deal! =)
 

Fernandez21

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I'm in a similar situation. I'm selling my iPad 2, 64gb with 3G. I was originally asking $700, but after apple dropped their prices, I lowered mine to $600. I have one offer for $500, should I just take it or wait? Just so you know I already have my money saved for the new iPad, so I don't need to sell it.
 

jc3

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do it. For $450 you can by a refurb 16GB iPad 2 for your business and have $100 (depending on tax) profit.
 

Blorzoga

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Take the money and run!
 

Blorzoga

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Take it. You won't get more.
 

GroundLoop

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I think that $450 is a good price too. That is what I recently sold mine for (same spec as yours).

GL
 

DuckSoup

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I have someone willing to pay $450. Is that a good deal for me? It's in mint condition.

Thanks.
Wow.That's EXACTLY what I was going to ask my potential buyer for the same configuration iPad 1.

He bought my iPod Touch 1st and 2nd gen (gave him a good price) and I think he'll go for the $450. ALl have been taken great care of and nary a scratch.

Mike