This $99 iPad mini bundle makes a perfect Father’s Day gift


Celebrate Father's Day with this iPad Mini 2 and earbuds bundle.
Give Dad an iPad Mini 2 and earbuds with this refurbished bundle.
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If Dad’s still streaming on a laptop, it’s time for an upgrade. This iPad mini 2 bundle with headphones and more is the perfect collection for Father’s Day with everything he needs. And if you order by June 5, it’ll arrive in time for the day itself. The sale itself lasts through June 11.

Apple power in a small package

This 2013 model-year iPad mini 2 is built around the A7 chip with a 10-hour battery and 16GB of storage. Dad can take video calls with the 1.2-megapixel FaceTime camera and snap photos with the 5-megapixel iSight camera on the back.

Dual microphones and stereo speakers ensure crisp audio for all his needs. And the unit is carefully inspected with its software updated, earning an “A” rating, the highest grade possible. Aside from perhaps some light scuffing, it’ll be as if it came straight from the factory.

The iPad accessories Dad needs

Also included is a full suite of accessories for Dad to get started with his new iPad mini. It starts with a set of surprise earbuds that can be wired or wireless.

Next, there’s a stylus to assist with finer tasks and to help the iPad double as a notepad. To keep his device safe and sound, a case and screen protector are included. And the unit ships with a standard charging cable and power adapter to ensure it’s ready to go whenever Dad needs it.

Get Dad a tablet and all the accessories he needs for $99, but act fast, as this deal only lasts through June 11. Order by June 5 to guarantee holiday delivery!

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