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Walmart to Give Free $100 Gift Card with Purchase of iPad Mini

By on November 14, 2013
Walmart to Give Free $100 Gift Card with Purchase of iPad Mini

Are you waiting to get your hands on the smaller iOS tablet? If you are planning to buy it, then you must buy it from Walmart to receive gift card. This American retailer is going to give free $100 gift card with the 1st generation iPad mini. You can use this gift card to purchase several items from Walmart. This offer will start from 28th of November. As we know iPad mini is available in three storage capacities such as 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. This offer is applicable on all models.

Walmart to Give Free $100 Gift Card with Purchase of iPad Mini

This is a pretty good news for smaller iPad lovers. It is a limited period offer. This offer is valid until 1st of December. You should note that this offer is not valid on prior purchases. You have to purchase the 1st generation iPad mini from Walmart to receive the gift card. This American retailer will also give $75 gift card with iPhone 5S for free in next month. The 1st generation iPad mini comes in two colors. Apple has added 5 megapixel camera in this device, so you can take pictures easily using it. This tablet includes dual-core A5 chip. You can watch videos on the 7.9-inch screen of iPad mini. It comes with 1.2 megapixel FaceTime camera, so you can make video calling using this tablet. iPad mini is thinner and lighter than the 3rd generation iPad.

You must purchase smaller iPad before December 1st to get the gift card. If you don’t want to get gift card with this tablet, then you can get your hands on it from Apple Online Store. 16GB model of 1st generation iPad mini (Wi-Fi) costs $329, 32GB iPad mini (Wi-Fi) costs $429, 64GB iPad mini (Wi-Fi) costs $529, 16GB iPad mini (Wi-Fi + Cellular) costs $459, 32GB iPad mini (Wi-Fi + Cellular) costs $559 and 64GB model of iPad mini (Wi-Fi + Cellular) costs $659.

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