The retailer continues its price wars.
Monday, December 17, 2012
The holiday 2012 shopping bargains did not end with Black Friday on the coveted new iPhone. Walmart, in a move the week before Christmas, announced it will begin selling the iPhone 5 for $127, which is $72 less than Apple's price when buying with a two-year contract with AT&T, Sprint or Verizon. The iPhone 4S can be had for a mere $47. Also, Walmart, in Dunwoody on Ashford Dunwoody Road, has put the third-generation iPad on sale for $399. And if you buy one after Monday Walmart will throw in a $30 iTunes gift card. The move comes just three months after Apple rolled out the latest version of its landmark smartphone. This could mean that iPhone sales are lagging. The Los Angeles Times reported that a UBS analyst announced he was lowering …
A mother and daughter were allegedly scammed into buying two iPads and an Apple laptop while at QuikTrip late last month.
A mother and daughter were allegedly scammed into buying two iPads and an Apple laptop while at QuikTrip late last month. The incident is somewhat similar to another report of a woman scammed into buying a MacBook Pro in a Walmart parking lot in Lilburn. According to the police report, the 32-year-old woman was with her 51-year-old mom at QuikTrip, located at 5095 Oakbrook Parkway in unincorporated Norcross, around 12:30 p.m. Jan. 24. She told Gwinnett County Police that she and her mom were approached by two men in the parking lot who said they were selling iPads and Apple laptops. The women said they didn't have the money on them, so they asked for the men's cell phone numbers. The men instead took the daughter's cell phone number and …
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