Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Mar 31, 2011 | 0
eBay (U.S.) recently shared figures it collected from its iPad 2 sales within the two week period when the device first launched in the U.S. to its international launch last week. Last year, eBay reported to have sold only 35% of the original iPads to consumers within the U.S. This time around, 65% of the iPad 2’s sold were from buyers within the U.S. Check out eBay’s sales chart below:
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Apr 06, 2010 | 0
People overseas who simply cannot wait for iPad’s international release are paying outrageous prices on eBay for the device. According to a photo posted on TUAW, one impatient person paid as high as $5,000 for a 64 GB iPad, promised to be hand-delivered anywhere in the world while another reportedly paid $5,500 from within the UK. With these prices, sellers could very well pay for roundtrip first class tickets to deliver their goods and then some!
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Mar 26, 2010 | 0
The iPad hasn’t been released yet, but that’s not stopping eBay sellers from auctioning the device. The sellers are targeting the international market who simply cannot wait until the iPad is released in their respective countries.
Posted by Jake Wright | Mar 09, 2010 | 0
Auction number 170456453938 just ended on eBay, the item up for bid was a brand new Apple iPad. According to the listing the iPad is of course not currently in stock but will ship soon after April 3rd. The auction was for the 16-gig Wi-Fi only model, the item sold for $700, more than $200 above the retail price. Anytime a hot new electronic item hits the market we often see them being pre sold on eBay at over inflated prices but the iPad makes little to no sense to pay such a price. The sellers that are selling the overpriced iPads do not have any hook ups no friends on the inside they are going to pre order just like everyone else and just like everyone else hope they get one.