Ok, so I haven’t posted a coupon code in a while.

I just got off the phone with a customer that has been watching the blog and finally pulled the trigger to send in a repair – all the while she was waiting for a coupon code to appear in the blog.

Listen, I never want to delay repairing your items! Thanks for the loyalty, I appreciate you waiting, but let’s issue a coupon code today.

If you’ve been waiting to have your iPod Repaired by the experts, wait no further. Maybe you’ve cracked your iPhone screen, or your MacBook has a shattered glass – we have technicians on hand, parts in stock, and the best warranties in the business. Well, you already know all that, you just want a discount!

USE COUPON CODE “BLOGGER” TO RECEIVE A 20% DISCOUNT ON ANY PART OR REPAIR SERVICE WE OFFER. This coupon will expire on Saturday, 9/24/11 at Midnight so get your order in today!

Have a good afternoon, Ryan

Need that rubber gasket replaced on your iPad 2?

Hello folks, good afternoon! We’re kind of excited about a new part that we received last week, but I have yet to talk about it. We now have the ability to replace the “gasket” around the glass screen on the iPad 2. Why is this important?

Well, the gasket (we also call it the bezel) it most likely going to incur some damage when you drop your iPad, and when you send the iPad into repair to us, of course we can replace the glass but you also want to know that we can replace that damage seal between the glass and the back housing. This would be a worth while service for anyone that wants the iPad to look BRAND NEW again. I mean in most cases it’s not absolutely necessary to have the gasket replaced for the unit to function, but heck why have a brand new iPad screen installed and leave the gasket broken, dented, or even missing. . .it’s your choice, but at least you have a choice when it comes to your expensive device!

Like I said, it’s not a mainstream repair, but it’s more proof that we’re doing our best to keep the necessary parts in stock and for those customers that are picky about their device. We can restore them back to factory specs! It’s the Mission Repair way, and it’s the Intelligent Choice.

Take care, Ryan