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Deal alert: Nexus 7 (2013) on sale for $99

Authored by: Kris Carlon — 9 months ago

Google's awesome Nexus 7 (2013), what many consider to be the best tablet of 2013, is currently on sale. Staples has both versions of the tablet listed as clearance items, dropping their prices significantly. But if you add a coupon code to the already discounted price you can snap one up for as little as 99 USD!

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There has literally never been a better time to grab a Nexus 7. © ANDROIDPIT

While the online availability of the Nexus 7 (2013) at Staples understandably vanished very quickly, you can reportedly still pick one up in store. You'll just need to check some availability for the stores near you and head in, pronto. You'll also need the voucher code 16176  if you're heading in store yourself, or you can print out the coupon voucher for clearance tablets and take that with you. If you manage to find one still available online, then use the coupon code 50464 instead. Of course, this deal is US only and it's only while stocks last.

If you've missed out entirely you can apparently try your luck with price matching stores like Office Depot. Some readers have reported getting a 16 GB and 32 GB Nexus 7 (2013) for even less than at Staples thanks to Office Depot's slightly lower starting price. Of course, the official line on price matching is that Office Depot doesn't price match on clearance items, but that hasn't stopped some people from getting away with it. If you're in the market for a super cheap tablet, then a little leg work might just be worth it.

Have you snagged a Nexus 7? Have you seen any other great Nexus 7 deals lately?

Source: Staples

Kris Carlon comes to the AndroidPIT Editorial Team via a lengthy period spent traveling and relying on technology to keep him in touch with the outside world. He joined the Android community while resurfacing in civilization back in 2010 and has never looked back, using technology to replace his actual presence in other people's lives ever since. He can usually be found juggling three phones at once and poring over G+ posts, Reddit and RSS feeds.

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