Target to expand electronics trade-in service

12:08 PM, Mar 23, 2011   |    comments
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MINNEAPOLIS - Target Corporation announced Wednesday it will now include the Nintendo DS in its Electronics Trade-In service.

The expanded service coincides with the launch of the Nintendo 3DS on March 27.

Guests can trade in a Nintendo DS and receive up to $50 to put toward the purchase of a 3DS or any other purchase at Target.

"Target always aims to offer guests the hottest brands in electronics for an exceptional value," said Nik Nayar, vice president of Merchandising, Target. "The Nintendo 3DS is one of the most anticipated new products to debut this spring and by expanding our trade-in options, we are offering Target's guests incredible savings on all the latest gadgets."

Target's Trade-In program already accepts working iPads, iPhones, iPods, cell phones and video games. Customers receive store credit in return.

Maximum value for iPhone models as of Wednesday, March 23
iPhone 3GS $180
iPhone 3G $102 
(must power on, not have cracked screen, all buttons functional and no dented backplate)

Maximum value for iPad models as of Wedneday, March 23
iPad WiFi 16GB $230.00
iPad WiFi 32GB $275.00
iPad WiFi 64GB $311.00
iPad WiFi + 3G 16GB $275.00
iPad WiFi + 3G 32GB $320.00
iPad WiFi + 3G 64GB $375.00

Target's Electronics Trade-In service is offered at and Target Mobile centers, located at 850 Target stores nationwide.

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