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Amazon is blowing out iPad Air 2 refurbs, today only

Maren Estrada

Everyone knows that Apple makes the best tablets on the planet. If price wasn’t an issue, we doubt any other companies would sell enough tablets to even warrant continuing to make them. But alas, price is an issue, and Apple charges way more for iPads than rival companies do for their Android tablets… except for today.

Amazon is blowing out refurbished iPad Air 2 tablets for one day only, and the prices are nuts. You can get an iPad Air 2 today for as little as $299! This is a featured deal of the day today from Amazon, but these are refurbs so there’s a very good chance that some or all models will sell out. At the time of this writing though, there were four different iPad Air 2 models available in the sale, and you can find them all below. You can also shop the full sale right here on Amazon’s site.

Apple Refurbished iPad Air 2 - FH1J2LL/A - 1 year warranty (Certified Refurbished): $394.99
Apple Refurbished iPad Air 2 - FGTY2LL/A - 1 year warranty (Certified Refurbished): $399.99
Apple Refurbished iPad Air 2 - FGTX2LL/A - 1 year warranty (Certified Refurbished): $399.99
Apple Refurbished iPad Air 2 - FH182LL/A - 1 year warranty (Certified Refurbished): $379.99

Here are some details from the product pages:

  • Refurbished by Apple, with 1 Year Apple warranty, Apple charger, Apple lightning cable, Apple Refurbished Retail Box.
  • Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n/ac); 64 GB Capacity
  • 9.7″ Retina display (diagonal) with 2048 x 1536 Screen Resolution
  • 8 MP iSight Camera; FaceTime HD Camera – Up to 10 Hours of Battery Life
  • A8X Chip with 64-bit Architecture; M8 Motion Coprocessor

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