Deals: Get the 64GB 11-Inch iPad Pro from 2018 for $649 ($150 Off, Lowest Price)

Thursday March 19, 2020 8:02 AM PDT by Mitchel Broussard

Now that newer models of the iPad Pro have launched, retailers are slashing prices on the previous generation 2018 versions of Apple's iPad Pro.

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Notably, today that includes the 11-inch 64GB Wi-Fi model priced at $649.00, down from $799. This $150 off deal is available from B&H Photo in Silver.

This is the lowest price we've ever tracked for a new version of this iPad Pro from 2018, and is a solid deal for anyone willing to invest in an older generation model to save some money. If you're okay with a refurbished iPad Pro, you can save even more money by visiting Apple's certified refurbished website.

There are a few other decent 2018 iPad Pro deals at B&H Photo this week. You can get the 11-inch 1TB Wi-Fi model for $1,199.00, down from $1,349.00 ($150 off).

If you want a larger screen, the 12.9-inch 64GB Wi-Fi iPad Pro is on sale for $899.00, down from $999.00 ($100 off). This sale is being matched at Amazon as well.

Additionally, Expercom is providing the first discounts on the latest 2020 iPad Pro models for those only interested in the latest Apple tablets. You can get the 11-inch 128GB Wi-Fi iPad Pro for $749.00, down from $799.00. This sale also includes markdowns on the 2020 MacBook Air.

Head to our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more discounts on Apple products and related accessories.

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2 weeks ago
Or buy the Apple refurb with the same warranty for $549
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2 weeks ago
Same price as what black friday deals were but almost a half of year later and now not the top of line model. Not really a good deal but just my opinion.
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2 weeks ago


Or buy the Apple refurb with the same warranty for $549

Seriously [USER=3]@MacRumors[/USER] how do you not mention that the same product can be had for $100 less based on your own blog post from just yesterday? Calling this "lowest price" is malpractice.
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2 weeks ago
These are routinely at $650 at Best Buy.
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2 weeks ago
The discount is nice but I'm not sure the discount will help sell this.

With the markets crashing and so many people now unemployed, I can't see many people spending money on electronics :(.
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Or buy the Apple refurb with the same warranty for $549


Seriously [USER=3]@MacRumors[/USER] how do you not mention that the same product can be had for $100 less based on your own blog post from just yesterday? Calling this "lowest price" is malpractice.

That's an oversight, I was focused mainly on new models. I updated with a mention of the refurbished deals. Thanks guys ?
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