In store price

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  1. poshpantspaddy

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    Hi guys i'm traveling to Orlando in the next few weeks from Ireland and hope to purchase an ipad and an unlocked iPhone in store at apple. Currently the iPhone is $649 online for example but I wanted to enquire if that is the final price including taxes etc if I make the purchase in store as aposed to online?

    If there are extra charges what is the real price I should expect to pay "all in"

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    An ideas guys?
     
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    I don't live there - but it appears that Orlando (Florida, I'm assuming) has a 6.5% sales tax. So, just add that to the combined price of the iPad and the iPhone to get your out-the-door price.

    Hope this helps.

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    Yes, it is a little less in a couple of neighboring/nearby counties but would cost more in gas than you save on tax.

    Should be $691.19 for the phone. I don't know which iPad you are looking at (128 gb :)) so cannot tell you the cost after tax added. Don't forget the little things you may buy while there too.
     
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    Thanks all, difficult to adjust to the 'tax at the till' it would drive me crazy lol. Still I'll be still saving nearly 150 euro compared to the european price even with the tax so can't complain.

    Thanks again
     
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    Be aware that their are different product code iPhones for different countries that support 4 g You need to verify the model used in Ireland is the same you are buying in USA. There are at least 3 versions world wide. Same as cellular iPads. In other words the 4g network in Ireland may be different to the phone you are buying in USA


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    Yes, you can compare prices but of course when you're in one place you have to consider the tax that you will be handling if in case you purchase something there just like the one you mentioned. If you still save some penny then go for it.
     

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