Amazon subsidiary Woot.com has taken the wraps off another one of its big tablet sales. This promotion isn't like their normal "one deal a day" operations - the prices will be good until November 1st at 9AM Central, though the individual listings are still limited by stock. The good deals are on refurbished Samsung and Asus hardware, though some of the dirt-cheap tablets you might see in the discount aisle are also there.


Before you ask, yes, there's a Nexus available. Samsung's Nexus 10 32GB is available for $329.99 refurbished, a solid $170 off the retail price. Other highlights include the Transformer Pad Infinity (TF700T) refurbished for $299.99 (technically $200 off, though you can get new ones for a lot cheaper than retail), the generally well-received Galaxy Note 8.0 for $289.99 refurbished with a bonus book cover in white and brown ($110 off, book cover is a $50 value), and the Transformer Pad TF300 refurbished with a keyboard for $279.99 ($270 off the combined retail price).

Here are direct links to some of the other notable sales. Jump on them quickly if you want 'em - with the holidays coming up, the cheaper ones are bound to go quickly. Shipping to the US on all orders is $5.



Source: Woot.com

Jeremiah Rice
Jeremiah is a US-based blogger who bought a Nexus One the day it came out and never looked back. In his spare time he watches Star Trek, cooks eggs, and completely fails to write novels.
  • wilflare

    some pretty solid sales here. pretty tempted to get myself a Android tablet...

  • Eli Friedman

    Oh god. Should I wait for the new nexus 10? Or jump on this?

  • Mystery Man

    You mention note 8.0 up top but don't put it on the bulleted list? Or do I have really bad eyesight?

    • jesuguru

      Good eyesight, but several on bulleted list aren't up top and vice versa. Stated above, and I verified on woot.com: "the generally well-received Galaxy Note 8.0 for $289.99 refurbished with a bonus book cover in white or brown"

  • acc3d

    I purchased a refurbushed 32GB Nexus 10 from Woot a few months ago, and the tablet was good as new, flawless really. However I have to say the ordering experience was almost as bad as the Nexus 4 debacle last year. Just don't expect to get your tablet in any kind of timely fashion. I really want to like Woot, but after wating several weeks to get my Nexus, I'm hesitant to oder from them again.

    • firesoul453

      Dude I had almost the exact same problem! Tablet was perfect when I got it but getting it was a HUGE issue. On top of that I had a payment issue (where I needed something to be refunded) and they stopped answering my emails. Seriously I ahd $400 tied up and they couldn't bother to answer my emails even after a week. I think my issue should have been high up in the cue.

      Eventually I PMd one of the staff on their forum with this whole document I wrote and then they refunded it within 10 minutes but still never bothered to answer any emails or PM me back.

  • Chris Laudermilk

    I'm still running both (yes, 2) refurb Xooms I got from Woot a couple of years ago. This is tempting to update.