Lowest Ever: 2018 11-Inch iPad Pro 256GB for $799 ($150 Off)

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B&H Photo is discounting Apple's 11-inch iPad Pro in multiple configurations this week, but one particular model is seeing its lowest-ever price point during the sale. Specifically, the 256GB and Wi-Fi only 11-inch ‌iPad Pro‌ (Space Gray) is priced at $799.00 ($150 Discount), down from $949.00.

Limited Time Sale

This is a limited-time sale and it will last through tomorrow, February 8 at 5:15 p.m. ET (note that only the Space Gray color is being discounted at this time). Head to our full Deals Roundup for information on even more sales.

Update 2/8: B&H Photo has ended the sale early and is no longer offering this model at $799.

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23 months ago
On serious note, this model is not worth the risk of purchasing. They might deny you fir replacement since they believe you broke it.
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23 months ago
Just get the 10.5. This is such a terrible upgrade...
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23 months ago

Just get the 10.5. This is such a terrible upgrade...

Agreed. I wish my 10.5 had the wireless charging for the Pencil.. but that's about it. It really can't do much more then the 10.5.. iOS limits pretty much all pro models from being "pro".
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23 months ago
I returned mine because the smart folio (without keyboard) adds more than 1/3 of the iPad’s weight to the combo making it ridiculously heavy compared to the 10.5” iPad Pro with a Smart Cover.

I don’t understand why Apple nor any third party has made a basic Smart Cover for it til this day, unless there are no magnets on the side, which would be a major screw up.
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23 months ago
Discount seems to have ended early? Link takes me to $899 price.
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23 months ago

Yeah, that’s what I bought mine for before Christmas at Micro Center :D
(It’s like a free storage upgrade ;))

I used that same Micro Center advertisement at Best Buy over Christmas to get the 256gb model for $799 using their price match guarantee. The rep and Manager tried arguing with me that they didn't price match Micro Center, since there's none in our state and they didn't seem to know what it is, but once they checked their price match store listing they knew they had to honor it :cool: . Killer deal!

I use mine all the time btw with the Apple Smart Keyboard and haven't noticed any bending or unevenness.
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