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  • Apple's new iPad Mini: ALREADY in Black Friday PRICE SLASH
    Apple's new iPad Mini: ALREADY in Black Friday PRICE SLASH Frontier
    Frontier on Wednesday, November 13, 2013
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    The new iPad Mini Retina has barely been available to buy for a few hours but already retailers are talking about discounts.

    Target has jumped ahead of the pack, by including the Mini in its Black Friday sale.

    Anyone who buys the fun-sized fondleslab will be handed a $75 gift card to spend on anything else they fancy. Buy the iPad Air and you'll recieve a $100 gift card.

    After Black Friday, of course, comes cyber-Monday, which is supposed to encourage armchair shoppers to get online and spend even more money. This is bound to result in even more reductions, so keep an eye out for a bargain, fanbois.

    Black Friday sales start on November 28.
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