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[Deal] Get a Brand New Nexus 7 32GB From Staples for $169 With This Coupon

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On Monday, Staples dropped the price of the both the 16GB ($179) and 32GB ($199) Nexus 7 models, signaling what most of us assume is a clearing of inventory to make room for the new 2013 Nexus 7. But if the $50 discount on the 32GB version wasn’t enough for you, we have an additional discount of $30 that you can use to drop the price below that of even the 16GB model. 

All you need to do is enter coupon code “20098″ during checkout, and Staples will hack another $30 off the price, dropping it to $169. Even with the new Nexus 7 almost upon us, that’s a heck of a deal.

The deal appears to apply to the 16GB Nexus 7 as well, so you would be looking at $149 for it.

Via:  Staples | Coupon code:  20098

Cheers Dave!

  • Dennis

    the $30 coupon was Sweet. I used it to successfully purchased a Brand NEW 16GB Bexus 7 2nd generation from Staples. I found only one store in Silicon Valley that would Honor this coupon though. It is the Staples store in Milpitas, CA.

  • CyHawk60

    I need to replace my Samsung GT10.1 which is a pile of crap. I hate that tab! Very tempting.

  • Hank S. Christy

    I went to Staples and got the same deal in store. I got it for my mom as her NT died.

  • Dennis Da Menace

    Doh! Damn it Kellex…

    “Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in.” #MichaelCorleone

    HAHAHA

  • NIGHTSCOUT

    OR wait for the Nexus 7 2013, which is only a few months away…….

  • shdowman

    I keep thinking to myself “How much of an upgrade can they do on the new one to justify paying more”, then again 1080p screen…

  • Joel

    The title is misleading….
    i got excited when it said NEW nexus 7.

    • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

      The title isn’t misleading. “Brand new,” by standard, means not used, not refurbished.

  • T4rd

    As nice as the N7 is, I don’t think I could bite on one this close to its successor being released. I just hope they offer a 32GB version at launch this time. Why must Google be so damn stingy with their storage options?! I doubt it’s to make us use their cloud storage; most people use that anyways, but not for big-ass media files.

    I almost got a N7 for Christmas, but got a Note 2 instead and am glad I did B-).

    • dannyWHITE

      With the 16GB version as low as $149, does it really matter? That’s a hell of a deal for any tablet let alone a Nexus 7.

  • PhilyP

    New nexus better come out soon. I can’t hold out any longer dammit!

  • Raven

    I have a 16 (ordered launch day), but would love to upgrade to a 32 and give the 16 to my wife. Has anyone ever tried using the the Nexus Tools over ADB to perform a backup on a 16 and then restore it to a 32? If I knew that would work, I might just buy a 32.

    • Ming Wei Hsu

      Do you need an identical backup? Otherwise, why not just Nandroid?

  • jbreezy

    talk about scuttling the price of my n7 on swappa right now…

  • jbreezy

    talk about scuttling the price of my n7 on swappa right now…

  • Shaunwin

    I think the N7 will be $99 within 3 months…

  • Shaunwin

    I think the N7 will be $99 within 3 months…

    • Jérôme Besnard

      There won’t be any new original N7 in 3 months. But you will find a 3-month refurbished for $99 indeed.

  • Flyinion

    Must….wait..for….new….version. I did check it out again in an Office Depot last night though and confirmed a 7″ tablet is gonna work perfect for what I want. Soooo pre-ordering the new one as soon as it’s announced and available for pre-orders.

    • guest

      Lesson learned from pre-ordering the original n7. Don’t.
      It was available in store before I received mine, and the first “batch” seemed to have it’s fair share of problems (screen lift anyone?).
      Being rushed to market was probably to blame. I’ll wait a month or so after it’s released.

      • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

        My pre-order arrival time was about the same time, but far, far better than buying in-store as I got Google’s warranty support instead of Asus’s, which you’re stuck with if you buy elsewhere.

  • Flyinion

    Must….wait..for….new….version. I did check it out again in an Office Depot last night though and confirmed a 7″ tablet is gonna work perfect for what I want. Soooo pre-ordering the new one as soon as it’s announced and available for pre-orders.

  • rscottv

    I was able to pick one up this morning at 10am. $180 (after tax) for 32GB model. The store manager had to do an override, as the code is technically for either online or in-store “Reserve & Pickup”.

  • b00sted

    my wife wanted a e-reader and has been hounding me for a tablet. this just solved that problem. thank you!

  • zach wheeler

    does it work in store?

    • rscottv

      If you can, do the “Reserve & Pickup” option online. Otherwise, print out the webpage and show it to the cashier at checkout. They code may not work, so ask for a manager override.

      • Smartypantz

        There’s an in-store code: 84295

        Works in store.

  • Detonation

    Also works on the 16GB to make it $149.

    Better sell my Nexus 7 soon before the resale value tanks even further. Waiting on the announcement of the new one first though

  • GutterIsATool

    Does it work on the 16GB model? I’m looking for something cheap, so my wife can use the Play Music All Access around the house.

    • http://www.droid-life.com Kellex B

      Yep, looks like it does.

    • Jérôme Besnard

      Got my 71 y.o coworker to buy the 16 bg yesterday for $149!

  • dannyWHITE

    Why must you put this kind of pressure on us Kellen!?

    • http://www.droid-life.com Kellex B

      Apologies. :P

  • Tyler Durden

    Oh I like that

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    Don’t do it! Just walk away….