Where to buy cheap Apple iPad 2



Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

In the Philippines (and in other countries as well), Apple iPad 2 units are already out of stock. Go to various Apple Stores in the Philippines and all of them — yes, all of them — would tell you that right now, there are no more iPad 2 units that are available for sale. They’d usually say that new stocks are arriving in 2-3 weeks’ time but for over a month already, they have been saying the exact same thing.

I don’t want to wait anymore so I decided to go for the next best alternative: the computer and tech shops that sell Apple gadgets.  They’re not really considered as “official” Apple Stores but they are duly-authorized as distributors so it’s still pretty much safe to buy from them.

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

In the Philippines (and in other countries as well), Apple iPad 2 units are already out of stock. Go to various Apple Stores in the Philippines and all of them — yes, all of them — would tell you that right now, there are no more iPad 2 units that are available for sale. They’d usually say that new stocks are arriving in 2-3 weeks’ time but for over a month already, they have been saying the exact same thing.

I don’t want to wait anymore so I decided to go for the next best alternative: the computer and tech shops that sell Apple gadgets.  They’re not really considered as “official” Apple Stores but they are duly-authorized as distributors so it’s still pretty much safe to buy from them.

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

In the Philippines (and in other countries as well), Apple iPad 2 units are already out of stock. Go to various Apple Stores in the Philippines and all of them — yes, all of them — would tell you that right now, there are no more iPad 2 units that are available for sale. They’d usually say that new stocks are arriving in 2-3 weeks’ time but for over a month already, they have been saying the exact same thing.

I don’t want to wait anymore so I decided to go for the next best alternative: the computer and tech shops that sell Apple gadgets.  They’re not really considered as “official” Apple Stores but they are duly-authorized as distributors so it’s still pretty much safe to buy from them.

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

In the Philippines (and in other countries as well), Apple iPad 2 units are already out of stock. Go to various Apple Stores in the Philippines and all of them — yes, all of them — would tell you that right now, there are no more iPad 2 units that are available for sale. They’d usually say that new stocks are arriving in 2-3 weeks’ time but for over a month already, they have been saying the exact same thing.

I don’t want to wait anymore so I decided to go for the next best alternative: the computer and tech shops that sell Apple gadgets.  They’re not really considered as “official” Apple Stores but they are duly-authorized as distributors so it’s still pretty much safe to buy from them.

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

In the Philippines (and in other countries as well), Apple iPad 2 units are already out of stock. Go to various Apple Stores in the Philippines and all of them — yes, all of them — would tell you that right now, there are no more iPad 2 units that are available for sale. They’d usually say that new stocks are arriving in 2-3 weeks’ time but for over a month already, they have been saying the exact same thing.

I don’t want to wait anymore so I decided to go for the next best alternative: the computer and tech shops that sell Apple gadgets.  They’re not really considered as “official” Apple Stores but they are duly-authorized as distributors so it’s still pretty much safe to buy from them.

Apparently, they too are running out of stock. At Robinsons Place Manila, for example, a few stores still have iPad 2 units but are selling them at a premium. Compared to the official prices of Apple iPad 2 in the Philippines, the stores are selling the units with an additional P3,000 to P4,000 markup.

The 16 GB Wi-Fi unit, for example, has an official retail price of P23,990 but is being sold at P28,000. The 64 GB Wi-Fi + 3G sells for P45,000 although the original price is only P40,990.

I decided to visit the stores at Greenhills to check if they offer lower prices. I was wrong. Like the computer shops at Robinsons, the Greenhills stores are also selling the iPad 2 with an additional P3,000 to P4,000 tag on the original prices. There’s one store that sells an iPad 2 64 GB Wi-Fi at P37,000 — that’s around P3,000 more than the original price of P33,990.

Just when I was about to leave Greenhills disappointed, I saw one store with only one remaining unit left. They have the 64 GB Wi-Fi iPad 2 being sold for P33,000. This seemed unreal. The unit’s official price is P33,990 and in one store, it was being sold for P37,000. This one looked like a bargain. I double-checked the price with their sales staff.

“How much is this iPad 2?” I asked.

“P33,000 sir,” the sales lady replied.

“Is this really iPad 2, not iPad 1?”

“Yes, sir. Unlike iPad 1, this one has camera. And look at the box. It’s different from the box of iPad 1.”

“It’s really 64GB?” I asked again.

“Yes, sir.”

I checked the packaging again and again. I was pretty sure it was an iPad 2, 64 GB Wi-Fi. I knew I was seconds away from buying the unit.

“Is there an additional discount? I’ll buy it for P32,000 cash right now.”

“Sorry, sir. That’s already the final price. Our boss over there is even saying we barely have a profit at P33,000.”

I yielded. For me, the iPad 2 Wi-Fi 64GB unit was a good buy at P33,000. Either the store got the pricing wrong or they really got the unit at very low cost.

Either way, I’m now enjoying my iPad 2. Here are pictures of the unit and some of the apps I’ve downloaded to it. I also bought a case (to protect the unit) which doubles as a stand, making it easier to use and view the iPad.

My favorite app right now is Ben, the Talking Dog. Download it for yourself to find out why I find it amusing.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2sKmYPGchM[/youtube]

Photos: Apple iPad 2

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

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Apparently, they too are running out of stock. At Robinsons Place Manila, for example, a few stores still have iPad 2 units but are selling them at a premium. Compared to the official prices of Apple iPad 2 in the Philippines, the stores are selling the units with an additional P3,000 to P4,000 markup.

The 16 GB Wi-Fi unit, for example, has an official retail price of P23,990 but is being sold at P28,000. The 64 GB Wi-Fi + 3G sells for P45,000 although the original price is only P40,990.

I decided to visit the stores at Greenhills to check if they offer lower prices. I was wrong. Like the computer shops at Robinsons, the Greenhills stores are also selling the iPad 2 with an additional P3,000 to P4,000 tag on the original prices. There’s one store that sells an iPad 2 64 GB Wi-Fi at P37,000 — that’s around P3,000 more than the original price of P33,990.

Just when I was about to leave Greenhills disappointed, I saw one store with only one remaining unit left. They have the 64 GB Wi-Fi iPad 2 being sold for P33,000. This seemed unreal. The unit’s official price is P33,990 and in one store, it was being sold for P37,000. This one looked like a bargain. I double-checked the price with their sales staff.

“How much is this iPad 2?” I asked.

“P33,000 sir,” the sales lady replied.

“Is this really iPad 2, not iPad 1?”

“Yes, sir. Unlike iPad 1, this one has camera. And look at the box. It’s different from the box of iPad 1.”

“It’s really 64GB?” I asked again.

“Yes, sir.”

I checked the packaging again and again. I was pretty sure it was an iPad 2, 64 GB Wi-Fi. I knew I was seconds away from buying the unit.

“Is there an additional discount? I’ll buy it for P32,000 cash right now.”

“Sorry, sir. That’s already the final price. Our boss over there is even saying we barely have a profit at P33,000.”

I yielded. For me, the iPad 2 Wi-Fi 64GB unit was a good buy at P33,000. Either the store got the pricing wrong or they really got the unit at very low cost.

Either way, I’m now enjoying my iPad 2. Here are pictures of the unit and some of the apps I’ve downloaded to it. I also bought a case (to protect the unit) which doubles as a stand, making it easier to use and view the iPad.

My favorite app right now is Ben, the Talking Dog. Download it for yourself to find out why I find it amusing.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2sKmYPGchM[/youtube]

Photos: Apple iPad 2

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

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Apparently, they too are running out of stock. At Robinsons Place Manila, for example, a few stores still have iPad 2 units but are selling them at a premium. Compared to the official prices of Apple iPad 2 in the Philippines, the stores are selling the units with an additional P3,000 to P4,000 markup.

The 16 GB Wi-Fi unit, for example, has an official retail price of P23,990 but is being sold at P28,000. The 64 GB Wi-Fi + 3G sells for P45,000 although the original price is only P40,990.

I decided to visit the stores at Greenhills to check if they offer lower prices. I was wrong. Like the computer shops at Robinsons, the Greenhills stores are also selling the iPad 2 with an additional P3,000 to P4,000 tag on the original prices. There’s one store that sells an iPad 2 64 GB Wi-Fi at P37,000 — that’s around P3,000 more than the original price of P33,990.

Just when I was about to leave Greenhills disappointed, I saw one store with only one remaining unit left. They have the 64 GB Wi-Fi iPad 2 being sold for P33,000. This seemed unreal. The unit’s official price is P33,990 and in one store, it was being sold for P37,000. This one looked like a bargain. I double-checked the price with their sales staff.

“How much is this iPad 2?” I asked.

“P33,000 sir,” the sales lady replied.

“Is this really iPad 2, not iPad 1?”

“Yes, sir. Unlike iPad 1, this one has camera. And look at the box. It’s different from the box of iPad 1.”

“It’s really 64GB?” I asked again.

“Yes, sir.”

I checked the packaging again and again. I was pretty sure it was an iPad 2, 64 GB Wi-Fi. I knew I was seconds away from buying the unit.

“Is there an additional discount? I’ll buy it for P32,000 cash right now.”

“Sorry, sir. That’s already the final price. Our boss over there is even saying we barely have a profit at P33,000.”

I yielded. For me, the iPad 2 Wi-Fi 64GB unit was a good buy at P33,000. Either the store got the pricing wrong or they really got the unit at very low cost.

Either way, I’m now enjoying my iPad 2. Here are pictures of the unit and some of the apps I’ve downloaded to it. I also bought a case (to protect the unit) which doubles as a stand, making it easier to use and view the iPad.

My favorite app right now is Ben, the Talking Dog. Download it for yourself to find out why I find it amusing.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2sKmYPGchM[/youtube]

Photos: Apple iPad 2

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

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Apparently, they too are running out of stock. At Robinsons Place Manila, for example, a few stores still have iPad 2 units but are selling them at a premium. Compared to the official prices of Apple iPad 2 in the Philippines, the stores are selling the units with an additional P3,000 to P4,000 markup.

The 16 GB Wi-Fi unit, for example, has an official retail price of P23,990 but is being sold at P28,000. The 64 GB Wi-Fi + 3G sells for P45,000 although the original price is only P40,990.

I decided to visit the stores at Greenhills to check if they offer lower prices. I was wrong. Like the computer shops at Robinsons, the Greenhills stores are also selling the iPad 2 with an additional P3,000 to P4,000 tag on the original prices. There’s one store that sells an iPad 2 64 GB Wi-Fi at P37,000 — that’s around P3,000 more than the original price of P33,990.

Just when I was about to leave Greenhills disappointed, I saw one store with only one remaining unit left. They have the 64 GB Wi-Fi iPad 2 being sold for P33,000. This seemed unreal. The unit’s official price is P33,990 and in one store, it was being sold for P37,000. This one looked like a bargain. I double-checked the price with their sales staff.

“How much is this iPad 2?” I asked.

“P33,000 sir,” the sales lady replied.

“Is this really iPad 2, not iPad 1?”

“Yes, sir. Unlike iPad 1, this one has camera. And look at the box. It’s different from the box of iPad 1.”

“It’s really 64GB?” I asked again.

“Yes, sir.”

I checked the packaging again and again. I was pretty sure it was an iPad 2, 64 GB Wi-Fi. I knew I was seconds away from buying the unit.

“Is there an additional discount? I’ll buy it for P32,000 cash right now.”

“Sorry, sir. That’s already the final price. Our boss over there is even saying we barely have a profit at P33,000.”

I yielded. For me, the iPad 2 Wi-Fi 64GB unit was a good buy at P33,000. Either the store got the pricing wrong or they really got the unit at very low cost.

Either way, I’m now enjoying my iPad 2. Here are pictures of the unit and some of the apps I’ve downloaded to it. I also bought a case (to protect the unit) which doubles as a stand, making it easier to use and view the iPad.

My favorite app right now is Ben, the Talking Dog. Download it for yourself to find out why I find it amusing.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2sKmYPGchM[/youtube]

Photos: Apple iPad 2

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

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Apparently, they too are running out of stock. At Robinsons Place Manila, for example, a few stores still have iPad 2 units but are selling them at a premium. Compared to the official prices of Apple iPad 2 in the Philippines, the stores are selling the units with an additional P3,000 to P4,000 markup.

The 16 GB Wi-Fi unit, for example, has an official retail price of P23,990 but is being sold at P28,000. The 64 GB Wi-Fi + 3G sells for P45,000 although the original price is only P40,990.

I decided to visit the stores at Greenhills to check if they offer lower prices. I was wrong. Like the computer shops at Robinsons, the Greenhills stores are also selling the iPad 2 with an additional P3,000 to P4,000 tag on the original prices. There’s one store that sells an iPad 2 64 GB Wi-Fi at P37,000 — that’s around P3,000 more than the original price of P33,990.

Just when I was about to leave Greenhills disappointed, I saw one store with only one remaining unit left. They have the 64 GB Wi-Fi iPad 2 being sold for P33,000. This seemed unreal. The unit’s official price is P33,990 and in one store, it was being sold for P37,000. This one looked like a bargain. I double-checked the price with their sales staff.

“How much is this iPad 2?” I asked.

“P33,000 sir,” the sales lady replied.

“Is this really iPad 2, not iPad 1?”

“Yes, sir. Unlike iPad 1, this one has camera. And look at the box. It’s different from the box of iPad 1.”

“It’s really 64GB?” I asked again.

“Yes, sir.”

I checked the packaging again and again. I was pretty sure it was an iPad 2, 64 GB Wi-Fi. I knew I was seconds away from buying the unit.

“Is there an additional discount? I’ll buy it for P32,000 cash right now.”

“Sorry, sir. That’s already the final price. Our boss over there is even saying we barely have a profit at P33,000.”

I yielded. For me, the iPad 2 Wi-Fi 64GB unit was a good buy at P33,000. Either the store got the pricing wrong or they really got the unit at very low cost.

Either way, I’m now enjoying my iPad 2. Here are pictures of the unit and some of the apps I’ve downloaded to it. I also bought a case (to protect the unit) which doubles as a stand, making it easier to use and view the iPad.

My favorite app right now is Ben, the Talking Dog. Download it for yourself to find out why I find it amusing.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2sKmYPGchM[/youtube]

Photos: Apple iPad 2

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

Apple iPad 2 buy cheap prices

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13 thoughts on “Where to buy cheap Apple iPad 2”

    • @mickey, yes it’s the Targus 360 degrees rotating case protector. Got it at the Apple reseller store at SM North.

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  1. I actually live in the area around GH and I’d like to know the name of the store where you bought your iPad. I’m sure it’s all gone now, but I might just be lucky. 🙂

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  2. Buying Ipad2 32 GIG text me price and location for meet up! sure buyer need asap! thanks!
    heres my number 0928 6867411 -paolo

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