Walmart sale slashes iPad 2 price to $299

The new sale cuts the price of the tablet by $100 and is good for the next 30 days.

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Anyone interested in an iPad 2 can save $100 through a new sale at Walmart.

As of Thursday, the retailer has trimmed the cost of the 16GB Wi-Fi-only iPad to $299 from the regular $399. The sale will stretch for the next 30 days and is good both online and at retail stores.

Walmart shoppers also can get money back by trading in their current iPad.

Trading in any model of Apple's tablet will score you at least $100 and possibly more depending on the condition. That means people who give up an older iPad for an iPad 2 can trim the total price down to $199. The $100 comes in the form of an electronic gift card that consumers can use when shopping at Walmart either online or in the stores.

Your local Walmart store also will give you at least $100 for any working smartphone when you upgrade to any of the following phones via a two-year agreement with AT&T or Verizon.

  • Apple iPhone 5S 16GB
  • Apple iPhone 5C 16 GB
  • Samsung Galaxy S3
  • Samsung Galaxy S4
  • Samsung Galaxy Mega
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Consumers looking to trade in a phone or tablet can get as much as $300 back in the form of Walmart store credit. Walmart's Trade-in Promotion page will tell you how much your device is worth and which stores will take the trade-in.

 

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