SquareTrade iPad Warranties 30% Off Today Only

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I’m a big believer in SquareTrade warranties for the iPad. Both iPads in our household (my iPad 3G and my wife and daughter’s WiFi model) are covered by two year plans from SquareTrade.

SquareTrade are celebrating their 11th anniversary, and offering all their warranties at 30% off for today only, October 5th (with 20% off rates continuing until October 18). As you can see represented in the graphic above, SquareTrade offers coverage for accidental drops and spills that Apple’s plans do not. Their coverage is the best and most reasonably priced that I’ve come across for iPads and iPhones, and their reviews on Amazon and elsewhere are stellar.

With today’s 30% discount, the warranty price for a 64GB iPad 3G model drops from around $120 to $89.99. SquareTrade’s normal prices are already quite good – today’s sale makes them a very attractive deal if you’re looking for iPad warranty protection over and above what Apple provides.

You can check out the offers and grab yourself a discount warranty at SquareTrade’s page here:

http://www.squaretrade.com/pages/

*** Disclosure: We’re a SquareTrade affiliate, because I believe they offer a great service for iPad and iPhone owners.  The link used above is not an affiliate link – it’s just the standard SquareTrade home page. If you’d like to support this site and are happy with us getting a percentage on your warranty purchase, then you can click on the SquareTrade banner ad in the middle of our right sidebar.


Patrick Jordan

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2 thoughts on “SquareTrade iPad Warranties 30% Off Today Only”

  1. this is only if you call and start the warranty within the timeframe allowed. When I called today they told me that depending on where you bought the electronic item you have to call before a certain time frame. Since I bought my iPad from the Apple Store he said that I needed to call before 90 days of owning the product. He apologized and turned me down for a warranty.

    1. Yes, good point – they do have some restrictions on the timeframe you can apply for a warranty within.

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