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The Nexus 7 2013 is already one of the best tablet deals around, but you can never have too much money. To that end, you might want to know that Newegg currently has both the 16GB and 32GB WiFi models on sale, at least for refurbished options. The 16GB version is $193.99, a bit less than $50 off the retail price, and the 32GB version is $244.99, $25 off of the new model. To add icing to the cake, you can get a $50 Visa prepaid card by mail with either purchase.


This is what most retailers call a mail-in rebate, but Newegg's standard price is the one you pay for the tablet, which we generally approve. For the record, the final price after the $50 prepaid card is $143.99 for the 16GB model ($96 dollars of the cost of a new tablet) and $194.99 for the 32GB model ($75 off). To claim the $50 card, you'll have to print out a rebate form, cut out the universal product code from the tablet packaging, and send in a copy of the receipt via the mail. You know, with envelopes and stamps and everything. It'll be like a trip through time.

Newegg's sale is valid between now and March 12th, and you have to send in the rebate form before March 15th. Both tablets qualify for free standard shipping, or free 2-day shipping if you're a subscriber to Newegg's Prime Premier service.

Source: Newegg Nexus 7 Refurbished 16GB, Newegg Nexus 7 Refurbished 32GB - Thanks, TheManii!

Michael Crider
Michael is a native Texan and a former graphic designer. He's been covering technology in general and Android in particular since 2011. His interests include folk music, football, science fiction, and salsa verde, in no particular order.

  • Ryan Callihan

    Every time I see these deals I'm saddened by the fact that I jumped the gun and bought mine in July.

    • Pratik Holla

      Yeah, buy you also got to enjoy it a lot longer than people just buying it right now.

      • Ryan Callihan

        That's true. However, I'm a natural born penny-pincher. haha

  • Brad

    "This is what most retailers call a mail-in rebate, but Newegg's standard price is the one you pay for the tablet, which we generally approve."

    Am I the only one having trouble following this sentence?

    • Sorian

      Wording is a bit off. They give you a discount and a mail in rebate for a $50 prepaid card.

      Patriot Memory did the same with the new SD card I purchased, instead of a check, it's a prepaid card.

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      • Brad

        I get the idea, but that sentence just... I don't know...

  • Anthony Johnson

    That’s cool deal as they are offering the best Nexus 7 in
    just $193.99 that is exactly $50 less then price at my local store. But the
    process to avail this offer is little bit seems to be hectic.

  • Charlie

    I got a wireless charger for my new Nexus 7, this one is way better than 2012 version for the wireless charging function.