Walmart is apparently quite eager to get shoppers in its doors and is now selling the iPhone 5 for $72 less than Apple's retail price.
The retailer today said it would be selling the iPhone 5 for $127 with a new 2-year contract, or to customers who are eligible for an upgrade through their carrier. Walmart also dropped the price of last year's iPhone 4S down to $47 from its previous $87.97 price tag, which also requires a carrier contract.
9to5Mac, which reported on the price changes earlier today, notes that the third-generation iPad (a generation behind the current model) is also on sale for $399. Walmart also plans to throw in a $30 Walmart gift card to iPad buyers who purchase on Monday, December 17.
Walmart says the details are available only in its retail store, and not online.
The sale comes just a few days after retaileroff the price of both phones, a sale that runs through January 5.
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