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Apple deals: current-gen refurbished iPods from $129
Friday, April 26, 2013 @ 3:57pm

At Apple's online store this week, take advantage of price cuts on refurbished iPods and iPad minis. The refurbished, current-generation 16GB iPod nano has been reduced by $20 to $129, and is available in yellow, silver, slate, green, purple, blue and pink. Also available now are refurbished current-generation iPod touch models. The 32GB Touch is priced at $249 after a $50 discount, and comes in white, blue, pink, black, or yellow. The 64GB touch is priced at $349 in blue, pink, black, yellow or white.



For $149 is the fourth-generation 8GB iPod touch in white or black, with the 16GB and 32GB configurations following at $169 and $179 respectively. The refurbished 16GB iPad mini with Wi-Fi has been reduced by $30 to $299. Save $40 on the refurbished 64GB iPad mini with Wi-Fi + Cellular for Verizon in black or white, now $619. AppleInsider.com's Mac Price Guide is the ultimate source for finding the lowest prices on brand new Apple gear. The 16GB iPad mini is currently available new from WalMart.com for $299, which is the same price Apple is charging for a refurbished model. MacMall.com is offering a $30 price break on the 64GB iPad mini with Wi-Fi and Cellular, now $629.

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