If you have a “gently used” iPad which doesn't suit your fancy, Microsoft will take them off your hands in exchange for a minimum of $200 store credit.
According to Microsoft’s online marketplace, the deal which expires Oct. 27 is available in select stores found in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico. In order to be eligible for the trade-in, the iPad must have a power cord and can’t be password-protected.
Microsoft’s Surface tablet line has recently endured a price-cut after a March Bloomberg report claimed the tablets under-performed for the company. The 32GB tablets now start at $350, while the 64GB Pro versions start at $800.