New iPad cheap – for £360
The RRP of the new iPad is £399. You might think you just have to stump up. You don’t!
Getting a new iPad cheap is no mean feat. Apple is famous for many things – generosity in price isn’t one of them. Products are priced high and retailers are kept under close watch to guard against any price reductions. But we’ve found a way for you to get hold of a new iPad for just £360.
Update – read our full iPad review
How to buy a cheap iPad
Here’s the deal; you pay £360 for a Comet reloadable card that’s worth £400 and then use it to buy the iPad.
To buy the card, head over to P&MM benefits, a consumer lifestyle discount website, where you can buy Comet reloadable card at a 10% discount. That means you buy a £400 card but are only charged £360.
There is also a £4.50 credit card fee, but debit cards can be used free and there is no service charge. You could alternatively plump for the same offer with the card code being delivered to your phone by SMS so you can head to the shop straight away.
Note: we can’t link you directly to the page with the deal so you’ll need to search for Comet on the P&MM benefits site. Remember, before you buy the voucher, be sure to check with your local Comet store that it has the iPad in stock.
(Update: This deal has now closed)
New iPad on test
We missed out on this hot deal because we bought an iPad as soon as it was released. We’ve currently got the tablet in our lab, putting it through its paces and we already have some results on the iPad overheating, with full results due this week.
Of course the iPad isn’t the only game in town. We’ve tested 38 tablets and recommended five Best Buys and one Don’t Buy.
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