Arkansas-based Walmart is trying to help consumers cut the cost of iPads with a trade-in program that offers shoppers up to $300 for their current tablets.
The credit can then be used toward purchasing the new iPad Air or Mini, which both sell for over $300.
The value of the tablet will be determined based on the following questions on its condition and specifications:
- Does it power on?
- Is the display fully functional and free of dead spots?
- Is the tablet and display completely free of cracks?
- What is the wireless carrier?