The first Amazon discount has arrived today for the new 10.2-inch iPad, and you can get the 64GB Wi-Fi model for $299.00, down from $329.00. This price is only available in Space Gray on Amazon.

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This sale is technically a pre-order as the new iPad will officially launch tomorrow, September 24. You can place your order today, however, to get the $30 off sale price and the iPad will ship when Amazon receives stock tomorrow.

The 2021 iPad features an A13 Bionic chip with up to 20 percent faster performance than the previous generation, a True Tone display, an upgraded 12-megapixel ultra-wide front camera, and more. Prior to Amazon's sale, Walmart first introduced this $299.00 price tag and it's still available there 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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Top Rated Comments

4jasontv Avatar
35 months ago
$299 for a 64 GB iPad is a lot easier to swallow than $500 with the mini.
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hoorayforhollywood Avatar
35 months ago
A $300 iPad with 64GB and pencil support, etc, is surely such an amazing deal that the entire product itself feels strangely 'unApple'. I'm one of those locked-in fans who doesn't consider other manufacturers (shame on me) but this is surely the best tablet at the price point by a LONG STRETCH? Are there rivals?
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swester Avatar
35 months ago

I'm tempted as gift for the spouse, who has work iPad, but no personal iPad. She is not a heavy user. I'm wondering how much storage is left of a 64GB with only out of the box operating system and apps.? I wish the offered a 128GB.
What would she need extra storage for anyway on an iPad? You can sync the low-res copies of media from iCloud, and I doubt she'd be installing 50GB worth of apps. I know some people who still get by on 16GB iPads, no problem.
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jazz1 Avatar
35 months ago

It's such a steal, total no-brainer, even considering taxes. Consider yourselves lucky. In Germany it costs 379€ which is 445USD for the same exact model

What would she need extra storage for anyway on an iPad? You can sync the low-res copies of media from iCloud, and I doubt she'd be installing 50GB worth of apps. I know some people who still get by on 16GB iPads, no problem.
Ordered! Merry X-Mas "She Who Must Be Obeyed, Master of the Blue Horizon" :D
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Mainsail Avatar
35 months ago
2020 M1 MBA on sale for $850. 2021 iPad on sale for $300. Done and done. For $1,150, it's a great combo for students and average consumers. If you only get 4 years of use, that's less than $300 per year, or $25 per month, or $5-6 per week.....less than a weekly coffee and scone at the local coffee shop. Not bad for tech that can easily see most through college.
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skoosht Avatar
35 months ago
FYI Citi Mastercard & Amazon have a promo if you use citi thank you points you get 20% off ($30 max).
My total was $269 before tax with this promo. Too good to pass up

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