Best Buy gives you at the least, $100 on a tablet trade in for the Nexus 9

Best Buy gives you at the least, $100 on a tablet trade in for the Nexus 9
Trade in a working tablet, and Best Buy will give you a minimum $100 toward the purchase of the Nexus 9. If the tablet is in working condition with no cracked glass, you will receive a $50 Best Buy gift card and a $50 discount coupon good toward the purchase of the Nexus 9. The big box retailer is offering the 16GB version of the stock Android tablet with Wi-Fi connectivity only, for $399.99 in black or white.

The 32GB Wi-Fi only Nexus 9 is priced at $479.99 and can also be purchased in black or white. The 32GB 4G LTE + Wi-Fi version of the Nexus 9, in black only, can be pre-ordered for $599.99. These prices do not reflect the minimum $100 you will receive for your trade.

There are some tablets that are excluded from the deal, like the Nook, or any other e-reader. The Nexus 9 is built by HTC and features an 8.9-inch screen and a NVIDIA Tegra K1 CPU under the hood. 2GB of RAM is on board and a 6700mAh battery keeps the lights on. The rear-facing camera is 8MP, while the camera that adorns the front of the slab is 1.6MP. And of course, Android 5.0 is pre-installed.

If you have a tablet that you are looking to get rid of, why not use it as a trade in at Best Buy, and save yourself at least $100 toward the Nexus 9? The deal is good through November 29th.


source: BestBuy via DroidLife

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Nexus 9
  • Display 8.9 inches
    2048 x 1536 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP (Single camera)
    1.6 MP front
  • Hardware NVIDIA Tegra K1
    2GB RAM
  • Storage 32GB,
  • Battery 6700 mAh
  • OS Android 7.1 Nougat

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