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32GB Surface RT with touch cover is $249

Microsoft is offering customers who trade in a second generation or newer iPads a $200 credit towards the purchase of a new Surface tablet. However, we just stumbled across an even tastier deal if you're into supporting a rather stagnant ecosystem.
 
Manufacturer Certified on eBay is selling refurbished Surface RTs at a steep discount. The seller is currently offering the 32GB Surface RT with a black Touch Cover for $249.99 with free shipping. Stepping up to the 64GB model with a black Touch Cover will set you back $279.99.

 
Both tablets are backed by a one-year Microsoft warranty.
 
Manufacturer Certified offered a similar deal as a part of the eBay Daily Deals promotion two weeks ago, and they quickly sold out.
 
While the price is quite tempting, do remember that the second generation of Surface tablets is due out later this month, although it's doubtful that they will be priced this low.

Source: Slickdeals



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Um...
By Monkey's Uncle on 9/14/2013 7:33:47 AM , Rating: -1
Let me get this straight.

Microsoft wants me to give them the iPad that I paid over $600 for (hypothetically speaking of course) plus hand them another $249 for their lame-ass $449 surface?

Are they smoking crack?

Not Interested.




RE: Um...
By Monkey's Uncle on 9/14/13, Rating: -1
RE: Um...
By kyuuketsuki on 9/14/2013 11:53:33 AM , Rating: 3
$200 is the minimum they'll give you for an iPad 2 in passable condition. They'll give you more for newer model iPads in good condition.


RE: Um...
By jimbo2779 on 9/14/2013 11:56:37 AM , Rating: 5
And that deal is obviously separate to this deal. You could trade in your iPad for credit at an me store and/or buy this off eBay from a 3rd party.

They are completely separate deals with 2 different companies


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