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Apple deals: refurbished iPod nano and Touch from $99

updated 02:51 pm EDT, Wed October 9, 2013

refurbished iPod nano and Touch from $99

This week at Apple's online store, find savings of up to 33 percent off a selection of refurbished iPod and iPod touch models. The 16GB seventh-generation iPod nano with a 2.5-inch multi-touch display, Bluetooth 4.0 and FM radio has seen a $50 discount to $99 and is available in yellow, silver, green, purple, slate, blue, and pink. For $179, after a $40 discount, is the fourth-generation refurbished 32GB iPod touch available in black or white.

Priced at $229 after a $100 discount is the 64GB fourth-generation iPod touch in white or black. The fifth-generation refurbished 32GB iPod touch has seen a $50 price cut down to $249 and comes in blue, white, pink, black and yellow. A 64GB configuration of the fifth-generation iPod touch is also available priced at $329 after a $70 discount, with the same color options as the 32GB model. Save $24 on the refurbished Apple TV, now $75.

AppleInsider.com's Mac Price Guide features low prices on brand new Macs, AppleCare plans, storage devices, iPads and more. The Apple TV is available for $94.98 after a $4 discount from MacMall.com. Right now, save $30 on the 2TB Apple Time Capsule from BHPhotoVideo.com. It was $246.83, but is now $216.83.




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