Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'iPad' started by sracer, Apr 16, 2016.
Staples is at it again.
Hopefully when I upgrade from my Air 2 in a couple years they will have a sale running so I could save a little coin, or in this case a lot of coin. That's a nice discount.
If I have an iPad of the same model within my return period can apple price match me still?
I wonder if Best Buy would price match this for the cellular versions
*edit* j/k. i doubt it.
You lucky Americans. Everything's so damn cheap!
Don't worry, for the most part we counterbalance the low prices by financing everything and paying a bunch of interest!
Haha - and to be honest I quite enjoy free healthcare!
The 12.9" Pros are all $125 off at Best Buy today only.
These must be selling terribly
Purchase from B&H for free sale taxes. I got my 128 GB LTE for $949
Yeah, it's that damned 4GB of RAM that Apple stuffed in the device, that's what's causing low sales.
when do you think we'll start seeing similar for the 9.7s?
Horrible attempt at being clever, actually felt embarrassed for you reading that
It's been the best iPad I've had (and I've owned 2, 3, 4, air 1, air 2, mini 1, mini 2), and I was able to get one pretty cheap.
It's great for those who held out to buy one, that's for sure
If you do Best Buy price match and red card5% at target
641 before tax for 32wifi. Not bad
I was jealous too, but given my broken ankle, I guess I'm getting the Canadian discount there
Best Buy is doing $125 off ALL 12.9" iPad Pros (and that includes the 256 GB version)
That is certainly one valid interpretation. It might also reflect a shift in Apple's marketing strategy to be more conventional. Apple has had a history of not discounting the price on their products. And except for unique situations like Black Friday, their products traditionally never went on sale.
Everyone loves a sale. When the iPads go on sale, there is always an uptick in interest and/or sales. That is enough to nudge some fence-sitters to take the plunge. This could be part of that equation... which is not mutually exclusive from poor sales, or I could be giving Apple more credit on this than they deserve.
\\ splash! //
NO business wants to allow their products to go on sale unless they have no choice and retailers are sitting on large unsold quantities
Apple was on of few companies that didn't put their products on sale because sales were so strong year round
that is not correct.
You don't know business
That's a bold claim
If a business is continually selling what they ship why would put the product on sale and willingly take less profit when they don't have to?
iPad sales have been declining steeply for years, so not surprising we've started to commonly see sales on it. I live in New York City and I think I've seen the 12.9" iPad Pro ONCE in the wild