Deals: Shop the Best Prices for Apple's Entire iPad Lineup (Up to $199 Off)

Amazon and Best Buy have a collection of solid discounts across Apple's iPad lineup this week, including numerous lowest-ever prices on the iPad mini 5, iPad Pro, and 10.2-inch iPad. The deepest discounts can be found on the iPad Pro, with as much as $199 off Wi-Fi and cellular models.

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Standouts in the sale include the 1TB Wi-Fi 12.9-inch iPad Pro for $1,349.99 ($199 off), the entry-level 32GB Wi-Fi iPad at $249.00 ($80 off), and the 64GB Wi-Fi iPad mini 5 at $349.99 ($49 off). While the majority of the sales below will be found at Amazon, Best Buy is also offering discounts to its customers not found on Amazon.

iPad mini 5

  • 64GB, Wi-Fi - $349.99, down from $399.00 ($49 off, lowest ever)
  • 256GB, Wi-Fi - $499.99, down from $549.00 ($49 off, lowest ever)
  • 64GB, Cellular - $509.00, down from $529.00 ($20 off, lowest ever)
  • 256GB, Cellular - $638.00, down from $679.00 ($41 off, lowest ever)

iPad Air

10.2-Inch iPad

  • 32GB, Wi-Fi - $249.00, down from $329.00 ($80 off, lowest ever)
  • 128GB, Wi-Fi - $329.00, down from $429.00 ($100 off, lowest ever)
  • 32GB, Cellular - $379.99, down from $459.00 ($79 off, lowest ever)
  • 128GB, Cellular - $459.99, down from $559.00 ($99 off, lowest ever)

iPad Pro

11-Inch

12.9-Inch

  • 64GB, Wi-Fi - $874.99, down from $999.00 ($124 off)
  • 512GB, Wi-Fi - $1,199.99, down from $1,349.00 ($149 off)
  • 1TB, Wi-Fi - $1,349.99, down from $1,549.00 ($199 off, lowest ever)
  • 512GB, Cellular - $1,349.99, down from $1,499.00 ($149 off)
  • 1TB, Cellular - $1,499.99, down from $1,699.00 ($199 off, lowest ever)

Our full Deals Roundup has more information on the latest Apple-related sales and bargains.

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7 weeks ago


new iPads incoming?!?!

... I thought that was a given. There have been numerous rumors of new iPads (though most likely iPads Pro) in the foreseeable future.
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7 weeks ago
41 bucks off a 679 mini. Such a deal! Apple knows the mini is the only game in town for anyone who wants a decent tablet in that size. It's a we have you by the short hairs, don't we? discount.
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7 weeks ago


if one never plans on using an iPad pro with cellular servcie, is there any reason to get one aside from the benefit of the gps function built-into the cell chip?

i got a wifi a week ago, and see now that I can get a wifi plus cell from the same money...

or return it now and wait a month or so and buy the new one they are very likely introducing in March. Either way, paying full price for a new iPad Pro right now is not the best timing.
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7 weeks ago


if one never plans on using an iPad pro with cellular servcie, is there any reason to get one aside from the benefit of the gps function built-into the cell chip?

There should be no difference between the two, other than as you mention. For what it's worth, I use my iPad Air a lot, though usually on WiFi (home, office, etc.), but found it reasonable to get a 2GB/mo for $10 plan from T-Mobile, so that I just don't have to worry about whether there's WiFi or not, in odd locations where I want to use it. The 2GB is more than I need for that scenario. (My iPhone is on Verizon - they wanted a lot more than $10 to add the iPad to my plan.)

They also have a plan (or had, don't know if it's still available, it's worth asking at one of their stores), that's 600 MB/month for free - well, something like $10-$20 for initial signup to get a SIM, but then no recurring charge. If you end up with an iPad that has cellular, it's worth getting that plan, just to have around. They figure, of course, that you may eventually upgrade, or add some data as a one-time purchase. Actually, I did that when my iPhone had to go into Apple for battery replacement - added something like a "1GB/3day pass" to that account, and had good data access for a couple days until I got my phone back.
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7 weeks ago


... I thought that was a given. There have been numerous rumors of new iPads (though most likely iPads Pro) in the foreseeable future.

Seriously though iPad Pro should have 6-8GB RAM minimum. Given the Mini, Air and iPad has 3GB these things have to represent the Pro moniker. Even the iPhone 11 has 4GB of RAM while the 11 Pro has 4GB. Seems Apple takes these baby steps with RAM and base Storage not sure on purpose.

iPad Pro should have a base of 256GB Storage, seriously it’s 2020 cloud storage is great as a redundancy and to substitute removable storage. Still cannot believe that we are still waking around with USB thumb drives it feels like 2005.
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new iPads incoming?!?!
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