Dude! wrote:andyw715 wrote:Shopper X wrote:
I don't disagree. But.
"any iPad" to me is any iPad.
I'm sure there are some people that could argue this with local Target management and walk away with $175 in target gift cards with the purchase of a mini.
I wouldn't need to bother with the gift card razzle dazzle at checkout, as I go to Target often.
Oh, and I don't own a Toyota.
In iPad is an iPad, and iPad mini is an iPad mini. These terms are not interchangeable, no matter how much you want them to be. The problem with most semantic arguments is that they are used grounded in a known or unknown false assumption (here thinking the term "iPad" is a generic term of anything with the name "iPad" in it...the statement that all iPads come with a hundred dollar gift card means all iPad models (iPad 2, iPad with Retina Display, and iPad Air) come with the gift card). There is no rationale Target manager in the world who would give you two cards for a purchase of one iPad mini.
perfectly stated new person i was trying how to state the exact same thing.