Deals: Walmart Offering $30 Off New 10.2-Inch iPad, Available for $299.00

On the day of its release, Walmart is already offering the 2020 10.2-inch iPad (32GB) for $299.00, down from $329.00. This is the price that Apple offers education customers on its website, and is now available for anyone on Walmart.

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As of writing, the 32GB iPad is only available in Gold and Space Gray, so the deal likely won't last much longer. The iPad is available for free shipping on Walmart's website, and some store pickup options are also available.

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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JPack Avatar
48 months ago
It might not seem like it, but Apple must make a killing on this device. It's essentially an iPad Air (2013) with front and rear cameras from the iPhone 5. The A12 is broadly used in the XS, XR, iPad mini and Air (2019), so the R&D costs have long been recouped.
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scupking Avatar
48 months ago
I'm loving my 7th gen! Got it last November. It's always been fast but seems even smoother after iPad OS 14! Awesome they put the A12 in the 8th gen!
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Neepman Avatar
48 months ago

It might not seem like it, but Apple must make a killing on this device. It's essentially an iPad Air (2013) with front and rear cameras from the iPhone 5. The A12 is broadly used in the XS, XR, iPad mini and Air (2019), so the R&D costs have long been recouped.
Even if they are killing it on their margin. Its Still a great piece of kit for 329.
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bookcase Avatar
48 months ago

FYI for me on the educational Apple website it shows $309 even though the keynote did say $299
It's a little misleading: The $299 price is for institution orders -- $309 is the individual education discount. That's what I paid, plus I got $105 trade-in value for my Mini 4. I also get 3% back from the Apple Card and 12-month 0% financing. Combined, that's what propelled me to upgrade. And I'll have it next Tuesday!

From Apple: Education pricing for institutions purchasing directly from Apple, including schools and universities, is available starting at just $299 (US) for iPad (8th generation). Education pricing for individuals, including current and newly accepted college students and their parents, as well as faculty, staff, and homeschool teachers of all grade levels, is available for $309 (US) for iPad (8th generation).
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lambertjohn Avatar
48 months ago
$300 for 32GB is pathetic. Should have at least been 64.
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Mainsail Avatar
48 months ago

I am getting confused about the different iPad models. which ones use the apple pen 1 or 2? Which processors? Which Geekbench scores? which screen types and screen resolutions?
Here is a good place to start.

https://www.apple.com/ipad/compare/
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