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Nov 2 2013, 5:45am CDT | by , in News | Apple

Apple, Best Buy and Staples will also offer entry level iPad Air for $479 to match the Walmart's deal. But Apple and Best Buy will offer $20 discount for in-store only buyers and not online.

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Apple, Best Buy and Staples to Offer $479 iPad Air Like Walmart

Walmart is the first retailer that offers a $20 discount on new iPad Air tablet. Walmart's $479 iPad Air deal for the 16GB version was announced last week. We have already told you in previous report that T-Mobile also goes $0 down for low-end 16GB iPad Airon the launch day.

Apple, Best Buy and Satples will also match Walmart's $479 16GB iPad Air deal. However, this is an in-store offer by Apple and Best Buy. As the online stores of Apple and Best Buy are still showing $499 price tags for the new tablet. So the buyers have to go personally at retail stores to get $20 discount.

9to5Mac reports that "Apple and Best Buy stores will require you to show proof of the lower price from a retailer that’s eligible for price matching." And buyers can coat Walmart or Staples in this case. As Satples too, is also offering entry level iPad Air at discounted price of $479 both in store and online.

 

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