Trade in Your iPads with Gazelle

Last week it was revealed that Apple will hold an iPad media event on October 22nd to announce the arrival of new iPad models.  Like the iPhone as the launch date for a new iPad gets closer, the value of older iPads will begin to depreciate rather quickly.To ensure consumers who are planning to upgrade to a new iPad get the most value out of their old device, Gazelle offers consumers the opportunity to lock in their price for 30 days .

This is my favorite time:  right before a big apple announcement.  I’m on the edge of my seat anticipating the new tech coming out and I am just drooling with the thought of new tech to play with.  At the same time, I can take advantage of the great offers from Gazelle to lock in a price on my old ipad and save money on my upgrade.  It’s a complete win-win.  The best part is that if apple doesn’t announce a new ipad, I’m not locked into selling my old one.

Those trading in their iPad Mini 16GB Wifi may be able to upgrade to the new iPad for about half price if they trade now. Gazelle is currently paying $175 for iPad Mini 16GB Wifi version, and with the new model expected to cost $329, the net cost of new iPad would be just $154. Additionally Gazelle launched its Become a Gazellionaire™ Sweepstakes where one lucky person will win $1 million.Visit Gazelle.com/sweeps for more info.

Go to Gazelle today, see what your iPad or other device is worth, and trade it in for a chance to win $1 million!

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. The Become a Gazellionaire Sweepstakes starts on 9/9/13 at 12 a.m. (midnight) ET and ends on 12/31/13 at 11:59:59 PM ET. Visit Gazelle.com/sweeps for Official Rules and complete details on how to register, entry instructions, including how to enter without a transaction, odds of winning, etc. Open only to legal residents of the 50 U.S./D.C., 18 years or older. Void in Puerto Rico and where prohibited or restricted by law. Sponsor: Gazelle, Inc.

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Richard is a full time professional, husband, father and blogger juggling all the responsibilities of life and running a blog. Richard enjoys writing about life and online money matters.

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