Walmart cuts off $30 from iPad mini models for Mother's Day
So Mother’s day is right here around the corner and it just isn’t a good idea to spend it without showing love for your mom. If you are still looking for the perfect gift and haven’t gotten time to pick one lately then this might be the perfect time. Walmart certainly wants your mommy to have a good time and it has announced new deals on iPad minis. Head town to the closest Walmart and get your mother’s gift and also get $30 off Apple's scaled-down tablet. The offer is obviously available for a limited time period till Mother’s Day and it is applicable on both standard and Retina display iPad mini models.
So after all these discounts, you can have the 16GB Wi-Fi iPad mini, available in either Space Gray or White, for $269 and the 16GB Wi-Fi model with Retina display can be yours for $369 which is otherwise available for $399. Don’t feel bad about getting your mom a gift from the discount because both the models have received excellent ratings in PCMag's reviews. They are the best of the best with their supreme portability, beautiful design, and access to Apple's unrivaled tablet app selection. So wait no more and head down to Walmart to get your mother the perfect gift and her happiest Mother's Day!
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