Deals: New 10.2-Inch iPad Returns to Low Price of $299 ($30 Off)

It's been one month since the new 10.2-inch iPad launched, and we've already seen the tablet at a solid discount of $30 off numerous times the past few weeks. That sale has returned today at Amazon, with the 2020 iPad (32GB Wi-Fi) available for $299.00, down from $329.00.

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This time, only silver and gold are available at a discounted price. Silver is in stock and should ship within a few days, while gold will be in stock in early November (as of writing). This remains the best deal on these just-released tablets.

If you want more storage, you can also save on the 128GB Wi-Fi iPads. These are priced at $395.00, down from $429.00, and also only available in silver and gold. 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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Top Rated Comments

Dekema2 Avatar
46 months ago
Unless you're using this in an office environment, I don't know why anyone would buy this in a 32GB configuration. That is just an unethically low amount of storage for a device in 2020.
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travelsheep Avatar
46 months ago

Unless you're using this in an office environment, I don't know why anyone would buy this in a 32GB configuration. That is just an unethically low amount of storage for a device in 2020.
My mom uses her iPad to watch TV series in bed. That's more or less her only use case. When the iPad was new she occasionally played Candy Crush. So... 32GB more than sufficient.
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Neepman Avatar
46 months ago

32GB is pretty enough in case you use it as an e-book ;)
Seems like I write something like this once a day. If you are not a power-user generating work product or storing movies . 32GB is fine. You could store lots of apps , text driven e-books and even save a movie or two for later viewing with that. Being "tech support" for lots of family. When I help them, I very seldom see the memory more than 20GB used on even a few years old devices and they use their devices constantly.
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Joshel Avatar
46 months ago
32GB is pretty enough in case you use it as an e-book ;)
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iJon Avatar
46 months ago
MicroCenter has them right now at $279, so even cheaper than just about anywhere else I've seen them.
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russell_314 Avatar
46 months ago
Or you can just buy it brand new at Walmart for $299 ?‍♂️?
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