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Canadian Walmarts offering deep discounts on the BlackBerry PlayBook over the next week


BlackBerry PlayBook on sale

Some of the sales lately on the BlackBerry PlayBook have been great, bringing the price down to $249/299 for the 16GB. Now that we're fast approaching Christmas and the holiday season, you can likely expect to see prices dip down even further in the coming weeks. One such deal has already popped up, at Walmart in Canada.

Word has it if you're in Quebec you can snatch up a 16GB PlayBook for just $198 from November 16-22nd with the rest of Canada following suite from November 18-24th. And if 16GB just won't cut it for you, why not grab a 32GB for $298 or 64GB for $398? Seen any other upcoming, smoking deals on the PlayBook? Drop a comment below and let us know. Thanks Raj!

Source: RFD's feed sponsored by Canadian Walmarts offering deep discounts on the BlackBerry PlayBook over the next week

Canadian Walmarts offering deep discounts on the BlackBerry PlayBook over the next week
Michelle Haag
Tue, 15 Nov 2011 19:20:16 GMT

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