We're a few days out from the launch of the newest iPad Pro models, and that means we're seeing all-time low sale prices on the previous generation models this week. We began to track these sales after the "Spring Loaded" event last week, and Amazon has now provided even steeper discounts on a few of these 2020 iPad Pro tablets.

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This time around, prices start at $699.99 for the 128GB Wi-Fi 11-inch iPad Pro, which is $99 off its original price and the best deal we've seen to date. You'll find similar best ever prices among many of the 11-inch 2020 line-up, and the 12.9-inch tablets start at $909.93 for 128GB Wi-Fi.

11-Inch iPad Pro (2020)

  • Wi-Fi 128GB - $699.99 at Amazon ($99 off, lowest price)
  • Wi-Fi 256GB - $769.93 at Amazon ($129 off, lowest price)
  • Wi-Fi 512GB - $999.00 at Amazon ($100 off, lowest price)
  • Wi-Fi 1TB - $1,149.00 at Amazon ($150 off)
  • Cellular 128GB - $849.99 at Amazon ($99 off, lowest price)
  • Cellular 256GB - $919.94 at Amazon ($129 off, lowest price)
  • Cellular 512GB - $1,149.99 at Amazon ($99 off, lowest price)

12.9-Inch iPad Pro (2020)

  • Wi-Fi 128GB - $909.93 at Amazon ($89 off)
  • Wi-Fi 256GB - $999.00 at Amazon / B&H Photo ($100 off)
  • Wi-Fi 512GB - $1,169.00 at Amazon ($130 off)
  • Wi-Fi 1TB - $1,399.00 at Amazon / B&H Photo ($100 off)
  • Cellular 128GB - $1,079.99 at Amazon ($69 off)
  • Cellular 256GB - $1,149.99 at Amazon ($99 off)
  • Cellular 512GB - $1,349.00 at Amazon ($100 off)
  • Cellular 1TB - $1,499.00 at Amazon ($150 off, lowest price)

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. Additionally, be sure to visit our Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

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Top Rated Comments

doboy Avatar
2 weeks ago
Meh, it'll get cheaper. Still not cheap enough for discontinued models.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
blackcrayon Avatar
2 weeks ago

Tempted for a 2020 12.9 BUT… I really want to hear what the reviews are on the 12.9 XDR display and if it is really worth it.
I'd be as much interested in having the M1. The 2020 12.9 is already a couple of generations behind in CPU tech. Not that it's a slouch by any means, but I expect some important things in WWDC...
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Carlanga Avatar
2 weeks ago

I'm interested as well. Read this morning M2 is ready soon but that's how things work. I am still interested though.
And m3 is finalizing test samples and m4 is in the drawing board and m5 is on the head of the engineer getting cooked as well lol. It’s. A never ending cycle tbh.
the m1 is going to be a bigger jump in performance than the next cycle. So I’m buying it unless they slash the 2020 pros to half the price lol. 10-20% off is a joke tbh. I saw the 2020 yesterday at Sams for 899 and walked passed it.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Snapperjw Avatar
2 weeks ago

I'd be as much interested in having the M1. The 2020 12.9 is already a couple of generations behind in CPU tech. Not that it's a slouch by any means, but I expect some important things in WWDC...
Good point about the M1 and what will happen at WWDC and the future iPadOS
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Snapperjw Avatar
2 weeks ago
Tempted for a 2020 12.9 BUT… I really want to hear what the reviews are on the 12.9 XDR display and if it is really worth it.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
PBG4 Dude Avatar
2 weeks ago

I’m surprised the reviews aren’t out yet. When does the embargo lift?
Probably Thursday sometime in order to hype everyone up for preorders.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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