Deals: Shop Holiday Discounts on Apple's 10.2-Inch iPad, 11-inch iPad Pro, and iPad Air (Including Lowest-Ever Prices)

Best Buy and Amazon are offering big discounts across Apple's range of iPads, providing last-minute holiday shoppers with a chance to save on an iPad before Christmas. Models discounted include the 10.2-inch iPad, iPad Air, and 11-inch iPad Pro.

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Some of these sales include lowest-ever prices, including the 128GB Wi-Fi iPad ($429.00, $100 off), the 256GB Wi-Fi iPad Air ($649.00, $100 off), and the 64GB Wi-Fi 11-inch iPad Pro ($649.99, $100 off). There are plenty more sales to browse this week, so check out all of them in the lists below.

Each configuration below represents a sale at Best Buy, and where it's appropriate we've also provided matching sales happening on Amazon. Both Amazon and Best Buy are offering a form of expedited shipping, be it free two-day or next-day delivery, but delays can happen and stock is low for some models, so be sure to shop soon.

2019 10.2-inch iPad

  • Wi-Fi 32GB - $249.99, down from $329.00 ($80 off)
  • Wi-Fi 128GB - $329.99, down from $429.00 ($100 off, lowest ever)
  • Cellular 32GB - $379.99, down from $459.00 ($80 off, lowest ever)
  • Cellular 128GB - $459.99, down from $559.00 ($100 off, lowest ever)

2019 iPad Air

2018 11-Inch iPad Pro

Wi-Fi

Cellular

Be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

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16 weeks ago


Dear MacRumors staff, please stop saying "Lowest Ever" when the price is just a seasonal thing and routinely gets discounted by the same amount.

Not to mention that I've actually seen some of these models for a bit less at times over the past month at places like Micro Center, Walmart and Target.
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16 weeks ago
Have to agree with the other two posters, the “lowest ever price” tag is misleading and some may consider it click bait considering MR received affiliate revenue from it.

I have also seen prices lower elsewhere weeks and months prior. Constantly claiming it is the lowest ever price is starting to bother some MR members and I can see why. I don’t mind and understand the advertisement but making it seem like a news article and with the same tag line is embarrassing at this point. Maybe have a separate tab or include it in the buyer guide as it populated the main feed on safari mobile.
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16 weeks ago
Dear MacRumors staff, please stop saying "Lowest Ever" when the price is just a seasonal thing and routinely gets discounted by the same amount.
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