Deals: Apple's 2018 12.9-Inch iPad Pro Hits Low Price of $799 for 64GB Wi-Fi ($200 Off)

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Amazon has introduced a few new discounts on the 2018 iPad Pro, with one particularly notable sale on the 64GB Wi-Fi 12.9-inch model. You can get this iPad Pro for $799.00, down from $999.00 right now on Amazon, a best-ever price among the major Apple resellers online.

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There are a few improvements on the 2020 iPad Pro models compared to those from 2018, like upgraded internals and camera, but for anyone mainly shopping with price in mind, opting for a 2018 model could be worth it to save money. At $799.00, this price is now the cheapest entry level price point a new model of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro from 2018 has ever been.

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2018 iPad Pro for $799.00

There are a few other notable discounts for the 2018 iPad Pro, which we've rounded up below. The 256GB Wi-Fi 12.9-inch model is $944.00 at Tiger Direct, down from $1,149.00, which is another lowest price. For 11-inch 2018 models, the best deal right now is at Best Buy, where you can get the 64GB Wi-Fi iPad Pro for $699.99, down from $799.00.

If you're still mainly looking for 2020 iPad Pro deals, we recently rounded up a few of these. One of the best all-around discounts is for the 128GB cellular 12.9-inch iPad Pro, priced at $1,098.25 on Amazon, down from $1,149.00. For even more iPad deals, head to our full Best Deals guide for iPad. In that guide we track the best discounts online for iPad, iPad mini, iPad Air, and iPad Pro.

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15 weeks ago
Hmm, edu discount which nearly everyone can use gets you the 12.9 2020 $899, $100 more than this. Of the $100 you get an extra 64GB of storage, an extra 2GB of ram, 1 more GPU and better useless for most cameras.
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15 weeks ago
It's not $200 off because no one sells the 2018 models for their old retail prices. It's like $100 off. If it was $799 for the 2020 model this would be more of a "deal".
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15 weeks ago
That’s a massive bargain. Excellent machine I love mine.
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15 weeks ago
As much as it sounds like a good deal, I wouldn’t spend good money on a brand new iPad pro with only 4 gigs of memory. Sounds like a lot of regret in the year to come
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15 weeks ago


This is for the 2018 64GB version which has 3GB not 4GB like all the 2020 pro models. 4GB is hardly low for an IOS device...

The 2020 ipad pro has 6gb. The 2018 ipad pro has 4
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15 weeks ago
It's a fantastic price and great value but still a lot of money for those who have lost their jobs and are struggling to feed themselves.
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