Deals: Amazon Discounts Every Model of the 2021 12.9-Inch iPad Pro (Up to $150 Off)

Amazon is offering numerous all-time low prices on Apple's 12.9-inch iPad Pro from 2021, starting at $999.00 for the 128GB Wi-Fi tablet. These sales measure up to $150 off, and all models are in stock and ready to ship from Amazon today.

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We're also tracking a return of the best price we've ever seen on the Apple Pencil 2 on Amazon, available for $99.00, down from $129.00. All of these products are sold directly from Amazon.

12.9-Inch iPad Pro

  • 128GB Wi-Fi - $999.00, down from $1,099.00 ($100 off, lowest ever)
  • 256GB Wi-Fi - $1,099.00, down from $1,199.00 ($100 off)
  • 512GB Wi-Fi - $1,249.00, down from $1,399.00 ($150 off, lowest ever)
  • 1TB Wi-Fi - $1,649.00, down from $1,799.00 ($150 off, lowest ever)
  • 2TB Wi-Fi - $2,049.99, down from $2,199.00 ($149 off, lowest ever)
  • 128GB Cellular - $1,199.99, down from $1,299.00 ($99 off)
  • 256GB Cellular - $1,299.99, down from $1,399.00 ($99 off, lowest ever)
  • 512GB Cellular - $1,449.99, down from $1,599.00 ($149 off, lowest ever)
  • 1TB Cellular - $1,899.99, down from $1,999.00 ($99 off)
  • 2TB Cellular - $2,249.99, down from $2,399.00 ($149 off, lowest ever)

We're keeping track of all this season's best deals in our Black Friday 2021 Roundup. You can also find more of our daily deals and other offers in our Deals Roundup.

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Top Rated Comments

GuruZac Avatar
35 months ago
I just replaced my 2018 12.9 with the 2021 12.9 (the 2018 completely died-not just battery) largely motivated by already having Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil 2 that will continue to work with the 2021, I can’t imagine spending $1000+ for a device that unfortunately doesn’t do anything more than the $329 iPad. Apple is going to have to revamp iPadOS or they will see iPad Pro sales tank. There were high hopes for iPadOS 15-the iPad Pro was already overkill for the OS but the M1 models are simply obscene at this point and they do feel completely held back in so many ways. And I’m a long time user and big proponent of the iPad Pro. For the cost of the 12.9 plus peripherals you can just about get an iPad Air with pencil and MacBook Air.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
no_idea Avatar
35 months ago

I just replaced my 2018 12.9 with the 2021 12.9 (the 2018 completely died-not just battery) largely motivated by already having Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil 2 that will continue to work with the 2021, I can’t imagine spending $1000+ for a device that unfortunately doesn’t do anything more than the $329 iPad. Apple is going to have to revamp iPadOS or they will see iPad Pro sales tank. There were high hopes for iPadOS 15-the iPad Pro was already overkill for the OS but the M1 models are simply obscene at this point and they do feel completely held back in so many ways. And I’m a long time user and big proponent of the iPad Pro. For the cost of the 12.9 plus peripherals you can just about get an iPad Air with pencil and MacBook Air.
Absolutely right. What can an iPad Pro do that the $329 can’t?…not enough to justify the price
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
lazyrighteye Avatar
35 months ago
While a better price (obvi), I'm still not yet able to justify $1k for an iPad.
More specifically, having used iPads over the years, the larger format isn't for me. I always considered the iPad (and tablets in general) a handheld. But at 12.9", that is no longer the case. At that point, I greatly prefer a MBP.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
yitwail Avatar
35 months ago

Absolutely right. What can an iPad Pro do that the $329 can’t?…not enough to justify the price
Some people think pro-motion mini LED display justifies the price (partly). What would be nice if similar display technology was offered without M1 8gb at substantially lower price. It's a little like the pricing of pro max iPhones, where to get largest screen, you also pay for features like zoom/macro/lidar you may not need. ?‍♂️
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jsalda Avatar
35 months ago

I just replaced my 2018 12.9 with the 2021 12.9 (the 2018 completely died-not just battery) largely motivated by already having Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil 2 that will continue to work with the 2021, I can’t imagine spending $1000+ for a device that unfortunately doesn’t do anything more than the $329 iPad. Apple is going to have to revamp iPadOS or they will see iPad Pro sales tank. There were high hopes for iPadOS 15-the iPad Pro was already overkill for the OS but the M1 models are simply obscene at this point and they do feel completely held back in so many ways. And I’m a long time user and big proponent of the iPad Pro. For the cost of the 12.9 plus peripherals you can just about get an iPad Air with pencil and MacBook Air.
It's not just the OS, but the developers need to step it up also. There is absolutely zero reason why Adobe should not be doubling down and offering more robust versions of Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere Pro and even a version of After Effects. The M1 chip can handle it, just get the software up to snuff. I'm sure there are other industries that could be doing the same, not just the creative.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)