As it's been doing every year since 1955, the North American Aerospace Defense Command, better known as NORAD, will be tracking Santa's progress on Christmas Eve.More >>
As it's been doing every year since 1955, the North American Aerospace Defense Command, better known as NORAD, will be tracking Santa's progress on Christmas Eve as he makes his way around the world delivering gifts, eating mince pies, and knocking back copious amounts of sherry.More >>
(CNN) - Trade in your old iPad at Walmart and get cash towards a new one.
The retail giant is trying to help consumers cut the cost of iPads with a trade-in program.
It offers shoppers up to $300 for their current tablets.
The credit can be used towards purchasing the new iPad Air or Mini, which both sell for more than $300.
Trade-in programs like this have been cropping up at retailers across the country, because tablets and smartphone are rendered obsolete almost as quickly as new versions are released. Retailers and carriers have turned to these programs as a way to capitalize on consumers who want the latest models of devices they already own.
Walmart also announced that it is slashing prices on older iPad models, effective immediately. The 16 GB iPad with Retina Wi-Fi will be cut to $449 from $499 and the 16GB iPad mini Wi-Fi to $299 from $329.
Walmart will have both models in stores on Friday.