Best Buy Offering Up to $50 Gift Card With Latest iPad Pro Models

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Best Buy has launched a limited time promotion offering customers up to a $50 Best Buy physical gift card with their pre-order of the latest iPad Pro models, announced at WWDC 2017 this week, through its website.


Specifically, Best Buy is offering a $50 gift card for the second-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro, and a $25 gift card for the all-new 10.5-inch iPad Pro. Best Buy estimates both models will begin shipping on Tuesday, June 13.

For the latest MacBook and MacBook Pro models, also unveiled at WWDC 2017 this week, Best Buy is offering college students an extra $100 off when they sign up for College Student Deals. The discount is provided in the form of an emailed coupon that can be redeemed online or at one of its stores.


Best Buy currently charges the same price as Apple for all of the latest iPad Pro and MacBook models prior to the gift cards and coupons.

Best Buy said customers can also get a minimum $250 Best Buy physical gift card with the trade in of select MacBook models at one of its stores. All three deals are valid in the United States and Puerto Rico only.

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42 months ago

The promotion also includes Kaspersky Internet Security

Soooo... it includes something that's not going to be used by 80% of people. :D
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42 months ago
$50 gift card, meh....wait for a better deal from Target.
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42 months ago
Nice! I'll just wait a week or two and buy an open box for 75 bucks less.
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42 months ago
I'll be sticking with my iPad mini 4 until it breaks. When that happens they'll hopefully have a newer mini. If not I'll probably forget the whole tablet thing.
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42 months ago

My 9.7" Pro will be fine for at least one more cycle. While the enhancements are nice, it's iOS that needed the help considerably more than the hardware itself.

One more cycle? The 9.7 Pro debuted March 2016, I would suspect it has at least three iOS cycles for support.
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42 months ago
My 9.7" Pro will be fine for at least one more cycle. While the enhancements are nice, it's iOS that needed the help considerably more than the hardware itself.
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