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Topic # 114753 1-Mar-2013 18:05
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For sale is a 16GB iPad Mini Wifi only in Black. iPad is brand new i.e. shipping box shows date of 27th of Feb 2013 from Aust. Box has been opened but iPad is still in its plastic wrap.

Wanting $450 for it and will post for free so PM me if interested, grab yourself a bargin here and save  yourself $29!!

iPad was won in a competition and isn't needed as I already have one.

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  Reply # 773620 2-Mar-2013 13:17
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I'll give you $250 for it.

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  Reply # 773738 2-Mar-2013 21:44
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Thanks for the offer but this is brand new so no thanks.




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Reply # 773739 2-Mar-2013 21:48
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Save $29 sorry does not sound like a very good deal

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  Reply # 773744 2-Mar-2013 22:30
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Yes $29 saving isn't much, when they can get discounted by retail stores. You may want to mention whether it includes full invoices and was purchased via a NZ company, so qualifies for CGA cover

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  Reply # 773849 3-Mar-2013 12:15
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I've never understoodd people, especially on trademe who sell at retail prices just because it's brand new. Why would someone buy online when they can drive down the road and get the same, if not a better deal.

You paid nothing for it.

Someone on Trademe selling a Sammy 64" Plasma that is brand new for more than retail, refuses to lower the price. Absolute idiot.

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  Reply # 773867 3-Mar-2013 13:20
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Just reading the OPs post, it was a prize, so getting warranty repair on it, or even CGA cover would be difficult. It's a bit like driving a car out of the lot, it loses 20% of it's value straight away, so 20% discount of the RRP is possibly reasonable, and possibily a bigger discount if no invoice. 

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  Reply # 774261 4-Mar-2013 13:18
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SOLD thanks

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  Reply # 774262 4-Mar-2013 13:19
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How much did you get for it? ;-)

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