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New iPad on sale at The Warehouse

Media brief
March 20, 2012

New iPad on sale at The Warehouse

Customers of The Warehouse will be the first in New Zealand to be able to buy the new, third generation iPad with the retailer offering the device for sale online from tomorrow (Wednesday, March 21).

The company has sourced a number of parallel imported new iPads from the U.S. and customers will be able to buy the device online from The Warehouse’s website www.thewarehouse.co.nz from Wednesday, March 21, at 11.00am.

Stock is very limited, and with sales on a first in first served basis, the company anticipates the devices will sell out quickly. It says further shipments will bring additional stock as soon as it becomes available.

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