16GB Nexus 7 selling for $150 if you act fast (32GB for $170)

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We don’t usually focus too heavily on deals here at Pocketnow, but when we see some really good ones (like that free Lumia 1020 camera grip we just told you about) we’ll occasionally pass them along to you. The Nexus 7 tablet may be a year old at this point, but for a really affordable tablet with good software, its $200 price tag has been hard to beat. Sure, we’re almost certainly looking at a new version of the Nexus 7 right around the corner (a refresh or replacement, we can’t yet say), but if you still might be interested in picking up a first-gen Nexus 7 for a song, we have just the deal for you.

Staples already has good prices on the Nexus 7; unlike how the 16GB and 32GB WiFi versions sell for about $200 and $250, respectively, on Google Play, Staples knocks those down to $180 and $200 – especially for the 32GB, a great deal.

The kicker, though, is a coupon code that Staples is promoting. Use code “20098” on either of these guys and you’ll get another $30 off, bringing the pair down to $150 and $170.

So, what’s the catch? Well, we don’t see it spelled-out, but this is almost certainly a US-only deal. Then there’s the ticking clock: that coupon code expires for the 16GB Nexus 7 tomorrow, and on Sunday for the 32GB model. If you want either at these prices, get your order in post-haste!

Source: Staples 16GB, 32GB
Via: Android Police

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