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If you’ve been looking to upgrade to the latest model iPad, now is the time to get to your local Best Buy store(s BBY). The retailer is reviving its iPhone trade-in program from last month for Apple(s AAPL) tablet owners.
Starting today and ending tomorrow, those who bring in a working iPad 2 or third-generation iPad will be guaranteed at least a $200 trade-in value — though Best Buy says that number could be higher depending on the device and the condition it arrives in. The final value will be put on a Best Buy gift card and can be put toward the latest model iPad with Retina Display. That price starts at $499 at Best Buy.
Not every one of its stores does trade-ins, but a list of local Best Buy and Best Buy Mobile stores that do offer them, can be found here.
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