32GB BlackBerry PlayBook is being sold at $249.99 for one day only

32GB BlackBerry PlayBook is being sold at $249.99 for one day only
If you’ve been keeping a close eye on all the happenings surrounding the BlackBerry PlayBook, you’re probably aware that RIM currently has a promotion going on where all versions (16GB, 32GB, and 64GB) of the tablet are selling uniformly at $299.99. Without a doubt, the best deal is on the 64GB version, but it makes you wonder why the other two models aren’t reduced.

Well, if want to save some money, you ought to look at the deal that 1saleaday is having on the 32GB version of the PlayBook. Sure, $299.99 from RIM directly is a tempting figure for the model, but the $249.99 offering from 1saleaday is even better – plus, you’re saving some money! Still, some of us will realize that $50 separates this one from the 64GB version that RIM is selling, but nonetheless, it’s a savings of some sort.

Sweetening the deal, 1saleaday is throwing in free shipping with the purchase – making its $249.99 cost your sole priority at checkout. Of course, we’re flattered by the savings and all, but there’s simply something in the back of our minds that tells us that we’ll be seeing even more savings in the near future. In any event, it’s surely at a great price point at the moment.

Much like the deal going on with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, the savings you'll be getting with the PlayBook are only valid today.

Thanks Auggie!

source: 1saleaday

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