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Apple Ipad 16gb WIFI £427.86 delivered EBUYER

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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
sorry i thought this was a saving of over £100 but i had the iphone 4 price in my head....sorry guys :(
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#1
I'm afraid this is where you post 'hotdeals', not deals that empty your wallet
#2
Unless I'm missing something, this is only a saving of only £10 vs the Apple store.

16Gb Wifi iPad RRP is £439.

Ebuyer website even says:
£458.55 Save £30.69
Now £427.86inc. vat
#3
You save £10 not £100. Apple Store sell the 16GB WiFi model for £439.
#4
yeah im sorry guys i got a little mixed up in my head, i had the iphone 4 price in my head.....sorry :(
#5
must be loopy buying a 1st gen ipad when the 2nd one is imminent
banned#6
Just sold my current Ipad for £370, did not loose much value over the year.
#7
It was only before christmas when it seemed they were selling them cheap, Viking direct, tk max £329 - £359, what happened, suddenly they're all selling them at RRP again?
#8
Dommett
It was only before christmas when it seemed they were selling them cheap, Viking direct, tk max £329 - £359, what happened, suddenly they're all selling them at RRP again?
Thats because Apple control the street price so punters have to pay through the nose for their products. As price fixing is actually illegal, Apple sneakily control it by keeping the resellers profit margin low but agree to rebates to keep the Apple resellers happy, and when one doesnt play ball, such as Viking, they will find their rebates are held back until they bring their sell prices back into line. All very sneaky but the end result is the reseller makes money on rebates, not the actual sale of the product, and all this ensures is Apple customers continue to pay way over the odds for Apple products.

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