T.J.Maxx Sells $399.99 Apple IPad On Black Friday [Update]

Posted: Nov 18 2010, 3:06pm CST | by , Updated: Nov 19 2010, 11:31am CST , in Black Friday 2019


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T.J.Maxx will sell the 16GB Apple Wi-Fi for $399.99 on Black Friday. This is a $100 less than regular price. Engadget has published several spy photos iPad stocked at T.J.Maxx with the $399.99 price sticker. T.J.Maxx has just now confirmed on their Twitter account that they will have a limited quantities of $399.99 iPads at select locations on Black Friday.
Steve Jobs emails that T.J. Maxx is not an authorized reseller. So where did they got the iPad from?
TJMAxx just twittered that the $399.99 iPad is already on sale today. Call you local T.J.Maxx store now!

Right now the best deal you can find for an iPad is at Sam's Club. Sam's sells the 16GB iPad for $488 to its members. The Apple iPad is now available at serveral retailers including Walmart, Best Buy, Amazon and Target. None of these have any deals on the iPad now and also did not announce any Black Friday iPad deals.

To offer a deal on the iPad on Black Friday is a totally smart marketing move from T.J.Maxx. Now you just need to be lucky that your local T.J.Maxx will carry the iPad on Black Friday.

See also our Apple Black Friday Deals Guide for more Apple deals.

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