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Nexus 7 2013 Discounted To $193.99 At Newegg For 16 GB Model


If you’ve still held off to getting a Nexus 7, Newegg has a pretty good deal on a refurbished 2013 Wifi-only model today. The 16 GB model is nearly $50 off, at a price of $193.99. The 32 GB model is $25 off at a price of $244.99. And as an additional bonus, you also get a $50 Visa prepaid card sent by mail.


It may seem like this is a mail-in rebate, but the Nexus 7 price that is listed is the price you pay for without any other roadblocks.  So after you receive your $50 pre-paid card, the 16 GB Nexus 7 is only $143.99 (which is $96 off a new Nexus 7) and the 32 GB Nexus 7 is only $194.99 (which is $75 off a new Nexus 7). Of course, you can use that Visa card for anything after you receive it.

To receive the $50 card, you have to print out a rebate form, cut out the universal product code from the packaging, and mail that along with a copy of your receipt to Newegg. Physical mail, so you’ll need stamps and envelopes.

The sale is valid through today and March 12th, and to get the $50 card you have to send in the rebate form before March 15th. Both models of the Nexus 7 qualify for free standard shipping, and if you subscribe to Newegg’s Premier service, you can get free two-day shipping.

Source: Newegg (16 GB), Newegg (32 GB) via Android Police


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  1. The Nexus series started a medium to promote Android as Google pictures it. It was for developers to begin with, so that they can tinker with the software as much as they want and come up with amazing apps for the Play Store.

  2. That’s a really good deal. I was looking at the Nexus 7 online a while ago and the graphics look pretty sharp and clear. I just don’t like mail-in rebates. What does the 4G price at?

  3. Yep, Google makes no profits on Nexus device. The whole point of Nexus device is to promote Android, More popular Android becomes, more money Google makes.

  4. I don’t think Google makes any profit on Nexus device. Google provides subsidy on Nexus device and that is how Nexus comes at such low price.

  5. How can these device be sold for such price and still make profits for the company? That is a very competitive price for the Nexus 7.

  6. So, is this an indication that the new Nexus 7 2014 is just around the corner? That would be good.

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