Deals: Get the 2020 64GB Wi-Fi iPad Air for $499.99 ($99 Off, Lowest Ever)

Amazon today has the 2020 64GB Wi-Fi iPad Air for $499.99, down from $599.00 in all colors. Currently, the Green color has the best shipping estimate, with a few options arriving late next week. You'll see this sale price applied at the checkout screen thanks to an automatic $39.01 coupon.

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Otherwise, Amazon's stock on these iPad Air tablets has been very low over the last few weeks and continues into September. You can order Rose Gold, Sky Blue, Silver, and Space Gray at the $499.99 price tag, but shipping estimates for those are delayed into October.

Across the board, this sale represents the lowest price we've ever tracked on this model of the iPad Air. There are also a few solid deals on the 256GB Wi-Fi model and cellular models, but stock shortages stretch into those tablets as well.

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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NMBob Avatar
37 months ago
Have an Amazon Fire HD 10+ on order for about $160. I'm finished trying to maintain my personal audio and video collection/files in Apple's ecosystem. Now it will just be drag/drop/synch the stuff I want to a micro-SD card organized the way I want (folders and stuff), pop the card into the tablet and stop pulling my hair out. I'll still use my iPad for the apps it has and mail and stuff, but probably won't be buying another one. It's just gotten too convoluted with 'things not purchased from Apple' being treated like crap.
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NMBob Avatar
37 months ago

Though you can't argue with the price, my iPad 4 easily reads my thumb drives. I also, by NOT using the cloud, tailor my music library to my admittedly bizarre collection of favorites.
NOT trying to sell you on Apple - to each their own - but iPadOS is not as "locked" into Apple's ecosystem as you might think.

Cheers, and I hope you enjoy your Fire HD 10+ :)
I just have the 10.5" pro, and an old mini, old Air 2, etc. :) I've tried to work with Files, but it's just not Finder-ish enough. The Files syncing needs to be smarter too. I'll try this Fire and see how it works out. A guy at work seems to be able to do with his how I dream it should be. :) If not at least I'll get to see what these tablets are all about. Thanks!
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