Best gadgets to spend your tax return on
You’re never too old to play games, and the Wii U is an excellent product to splurge on after a big tax return. GameStop is selling a number of bundled versions of the brand new console that range in price from $549.95 down to $299.99, depending on the number of accessories and games the bundle has.
Why wait for the next PlayStation or Xbox when you can taste the future of gaming right now? You can even pick up 2.5 percent cash back on your purchase.
Invest in a tablet device
If you’ve grown out of console gaming but still like to dabble from time to time, you can always get a tablet. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 features a full complement of games and other apps via Google Play and Samsung Apps. Best Buy currently has the 10-inch, 16 gigabyte version for sale for $349.99. Alongside 2 percent cash back, that’s not a bad deal at all. Of course, you don’t need to play games to fully benefit from a tablet.
Options for non-gamers
If you’re not a gamer at all, there’s always the tried and true big-money purchase – a new TV. Target has a full range of televisions from all manufacturers at all sizes. Whether you want a 46-inch Samsung on sale for $799.99 or a 32-inch Apex for $199.99, Target is the place to shop for new TVs. Just like Best Buy, Target is also offering 2 percent cash back on purchases, so you might not have to spend that entire tax refund in one place.
If you find yourself in the market for a new gadget or two, you could do a lot worse than picking one of the options mentioned above. No matter how you spend your tax refund, be sure to enjoy it. Because who doesn’t like receiving a bunch of disposable cash at one time?
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