How Much Does it Cost to Fix a Tablet Screen?

While a tablet’s screen may seem indestructible, it really is not.

Just like a smartphone or any electronic gadget with a glass screen, for that matter, a tablet screen is prone to cracking or breaking if it is dropped.

Instead of buying a new tablet, replacing the screen could be a less expensive option to consider.

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How much does it cost to fix a tablet screen?

Type of TabletAverage Repair
Asus Transformer Pad - $85 to $125 via third party
Dell Venue- $269 via Dell
- $150 to $175 via third party
Google Nexus 7- $150 to $250 via third party
HP Slate- $85 to $115 via third party
HTC Evo- $60 to $85 via third party
iPad 3rd generation, iPad 4th generation, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4, iPad Air 2- $299 out of warranty with Apple
- $275 via third party
iPad mini- $199 out of warranty with Apple
- $130 via third party
iPad Pro 9.7-inch- $379 out of warranty with Apple
iPad Pro 10.5-inch- $449 out of warranty with Apple
iPad Pro 12.9-inch, iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2nd generation)- $599 out of warranty with Apple
iPad, iPad 2, iPad Air, iPad 5th generation- $249 out of warranty with Apple
- $110 via third party
Kindle Fire- $100 via third party
Lenovo Ideatab- $50 to $75 via third party
Samsung Galaxy Note- $199 via Samsung
Samsung Galaxy Tab- $95 via third party

NOTE:  The costs will vary according to your geographical location, the exact model and who you choose to repair.  Use this guide as a reference to help effectively budget.

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Average Reported Cost: $42.5

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How much did you spend?

Was it worth it?  

  1. jimmy hawley (penn yan,  New York) paid $50 and said:

    its a irulu tablet model:ax150

    Was it worth it? Yes

  2. Rhonda Esparza (Clinton,  Oklahoma) paid $35 and said:

    I did not pay anything yet. I would like to fix my tablet myself.

    Was it worth it? Yes

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