Deals Spotlight: 10.5-Inch iPad Pro Discounted to New Low Price at Amazon and Best Buy

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Amazon and Best Buy today kicked off new discounts for the 2017 10.5-inch iPad Pro, which include a new low price for the 64GB version at $499.99, down from $649.99. You can find every ‌iPad Pro‌ on sale today in the list below, with prices mostly matched between Amazon and Best Buy. Note that only the Wi-Fi versions are on sale today.

10.5-inch ‌iPad Pro‌ (Wi-Fi, 2017)

  • 64 GB, Gold - $499.99, down from $649.00 [Best Buy]
  • 64 GB, Rose Gold - $499.99, down from $649.00 [Best Buy]
  • 64 GB, Silver - $499.99, down from $649.00 [Amazon / Best Buy]
  • 64 GB, Space Gray - $499.99, down from $649.00 [Amazon / Best Buy]
  • 256 GB, Gold - $649.99, down from $799.99 [Amazon / Best Buy]
  • 256 GB, Rose Gold - $649.99, down from $799.99 [Best Buy]
  • 256 GB, Silver - $649.99, down from $799.99 [Best Buy]
  • 256 GB, Space Gray - $649.99, down from $799.99 [Amazon / Best Buy]
  • 512 GB, Gold - $799.00, down from $999.00 [Amazon]
  • 512 GB, Rose Gold - $849.99, down from $999.00 [Amazon / Best Buy]
  • 512 GB, Silver - $849.99, down from $999.00 [Amazon / Best Buy]
  • 512 GB, Space Gray - $849.99, down from $999.00 [Amazon / Best Buy]

Head to our full Deals Roundup to browse a large list of notable sales, discounts, and offers happening this week.

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20 months ago

If you have a Microcenter nearby, the 11” Pro 64GB is $649. I think it’s absolutely worth the $150 extra for a significantly faster device, with a better keyboard attachment/detachment/key size.

[doublepost=1548096635][/doublepost]Or stick with the older model until prices decrease further... because they will
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20 months ago
Please buy! We need the revenue!

Oh -I mean- trade wars, exchange rates, and other bad buzz words.
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20 months ago
I love my 10.5 picked it up back in November as I couldn’t afford the new one. Great device and it’s faster then my MacBook Pro. At the speeds it runs at, I don’t know what else the 11 can do that the 10.5 can’t... other then the form factor. It’s a great buy. Very happy with mine.
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20 months ago
If you have a Microcenter nearby, the 11” Pro 64GB is $649. I think it’s absolutely worth the $150 extra for a significantly faster device, with a better keyboard attachment/detachment/key size.
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20 months ago
Still could not match the deal of $639 (legally no sales tax on top of that price) for the 256GB I got from AAFES in October 2017!
Less than 4 months after launch!
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20 months ago
Microcenter had 10.5 pro for $499 on many occasions before. I even grabbed the deal a month or so ago.
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