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Buy an iPad, get Clubcard points

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Tesco has begun selling the Apple iPad, allowing you to gain Clubcard points for your pricey fondleslab.

Well, every little helps, we suppose, though we'd have preferred to see more of a discount than Tesco is actually offering: not a bean. Tesco's prices match Apple's exactly: £429 for the 16GB Wi-Fi only model up to £699 for the 64GB version with Wi-Fi and 3G.

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You can save a bob or two on a 3G-enabled model by opting instead for the Samsung Galaxy Tab, which has the same connectivity and 16GB of storage for £449 from the groceries giant. ®

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