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Topic # 112669 17-Dec-2012 09:24
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I received this last week as a gift/payment from a friend for helping with some website work, it's brand new in box.

I took my car for a warrant and turns out it's buggered and I need to spend $1k+ on repairs.

So I now need cash instead of a tablet.

It's the highest spec version, i.e. 3G. Currently the cheapest price you can get one for on Pricespy is approx $630~

Given the circumstances I'm after the most cash possible, but completely open to offers.

I'm located in Auckland for pickup.

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  Reply # 733385 17-Dec-2012 09:25
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$450 cash will come pick up now 021323505



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  Reply # 733393 17-Dec-2012 09:33
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Thanks, I'll hold out for a higher offer.

$450 won't even get you a wi-fi version.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 733395 17-Dec-2012 09:35
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If you don't get a cash offer to your liking, and would prefer an iPad, I have an iPad 2 16gb WiFi+3g white if keen for straight swap. Brand new and unopened. Still shrink wrapped. Nz supplied insurance replacement .




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  Reply # 733397 17-Dec-2012 09:36
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uluxus: Thanks, I'll hold out for a higher offer.

$450 won't even get you a wi-fi version.


$500



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  Reply # 733412 17-Dec-2012 10:18
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$525? Can drop off around lunchtime if you're at Vodafone CBD too.



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  Reply # 734156 18-Dec-2012 10:18
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Bump, still for sale.



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  Reply # 734917 19-Dec-2012 13:33
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Car bill came back almost double what was expected, FML.

Will take $500 for it ASAP.

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  Reply # 736129 21-Dec-2012 18:12
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uluxus: Car bill came back almost double what was expected, FML.

Will take $500 for it ASAP.
Have you sold?


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  Reply # 736136 21-Dec-2012 18:52
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I would say so get it next week

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  Reply # 737170 25-Dec-2012 16:48
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This is not my cup of tea after very little usage $500

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