|[January 20, 2014]
h.h. gregg Announces Online Ordering for Apple Products with up to $60 off iPad Air
INDIANAPOLIS --(Business Wire)--
Appliance and electronics leader h.h. gregg (NYSE:HGG), today announces
online ordering with in-store pickup for Apple (News - Alert) products with up to $60
savings on the new iPad Air. The latest Apple iPhone, iPod and iPad
models, as well as Apple TV, are now available for purchase at hhgregg.com
with in-store pickup.
The iPad Air, the latest tablet offering from Apple, is available at h.h.
gregg locations for up to $60 ff the regular price until Feb. 1.
The 32GB Wi-Fi version of the Apple iPad Air is $559.99, a $40 savings,
and the 64GB is $639.99, a $60 savings on the suggested retail price. In
addition, the below Apple products are now available for order at
hhgregg.com and in-store pickup:
iPad mini (16GB with Wi-Fi) in black or white is available for $279.99
iPod nano (16GB) is available for $129.99
Apple TV is available for $99.99
"With the addition of ordering Apple products to our site, our mobile
phone and tablet product offering is now more expansive than ever on
hhgregg.com, adding more choice and convenience for our customers,"
said Jeff Pearson, senior vice president of marketing for h.h. gregg.
"Now, customers can order online and easily and conveniently pick up
Apple products in-store without waiting at a checkout."
Customers can now order Apple products online, and pick them up at their
closest h.h. gregg store. To learn more about h.h. gregg and find a
store near you, please visit hhgregg.com.
h.h. gregg is a specialty retailer of home appliances, televisions,
computers, consumer electronics, home entertainment furniture,
mattresses, fitness equipment and related services operating under the
name h.h. gregg™. h.h. gregg currently operates 228 stores in Alabama,
Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana,
Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio,
Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and
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