Walmart Canada has a wicked awesome Black Fridaysale on right now and some deals are true standouts. Right now you can score an Apple iPad mini 2 Wi-Fi 16GB and get a free $20 Walmart Gift Card for just $298 with free shipping! This is the cheapest price for this unit even without considering the extra $20 Gift Card.
You want to purchase this iPad from Walmart - RIGHT NOW. At this price, it will not be around for very long. You can still buy the grey and the silver colours for this iPad Mini. Let us do a quick review of what others are selling this for on Black Friday:
- $329 @ Apple Canada
- $329 @ Chapters Indigo
- $319.99 @ The Source
- $309.99 @ Best Buy
As you can see, Walmart Canada completely undercuts this price and then adds on a $20 Gift Card to make it sweeter. This is Black Friday done RIGHT by an online retailer. Because your order is over $50, this iPad mini will also ship for free to your home. Give yourself an early Christmas present.
The Apple iPad Mini is the perfect little hybrid between an iPad and a iPhone. This is the Wi-Fi only model, meaning you will not be able to use it on data. That is just fine for me as my previous iPad was only for wi-fi as well.
These iPad minis are pretty awesome as they weigh less than a pound; therefore they are comfortable for long reading and browsing sessions. They have 7.9" retina display for a large but not too big screen. This is about 2" larger than your iPhone 6. Like all cool iPads, the mini comes with a FaceTime HD camera with dual mics, 5MP iSight camera, and support for AirPlay, AirDrop, and AirPrint.
One reviewer said:
I finally broke down and bought an Ipad mini...and I absolutely love it...it does everything that I want it to and then some...glad that I spent the money and got something that I really like...
While there are other tablets out there, you will not find something quite this quality or user friendly for under $300. I love the Apple operating system. Apple's mini iPads are really awesome for travel and for use at home.
(Expiry: 30th November 2015)