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10. 01. 2007

Pink iPod Shuffle bundle supports breast cancer research


Target recently began selling special edition pink iPod Shuffle bundles, with a portion of the proceeds earmarked for The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

In addition to the $79 1GB Shuffle dressed in a shade its never worn before (but otherwise the same as it's always been), the bundle includes a $15 gift card to iTunes. Your cost? Just $79.

The sets are available now exclusively at Target's brick-and-mortar stores, which is great news for anyone living in any U.S. state except Hawaii (me), Alaska, or Vermont.

Via AppleInsider.

Posted by Jenn    Category: portable media
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