Deals: iPad Mini 6 Sees All-Time Low Prices Hit Most Models (Up to $50 Off)

Apple's newest iPad mini continues to sit at all-time low prices in a few different configurations, including the entry-level 64GB Wi-Fi tablet at $459.00, down from $499.00. This sale can be found at Amazon, and B&H Photo is matching the prices on other models listed below.

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The iPad mini 6 launched last September with a larger 8.3-inch display, the A15 Bionic chip, support for the Apple Pencil 2, and a USB-C port. To date, this price on the 64GB Wi-Fi model is the best we've seen at any retailer.

You can also nab an all-time low price on the 256GB Wi-Fi iPad mini 6, priced at $599.00, down from $649.00. This is one of the sales that's being matched at B&H Photo in the Starlight colorway.

Lastly, both cellular options are on sale. The 64GB cellular iPad mini 6 is priced at $599.00, down from $649.00 (matched at B&H Photo); and the 256GB cellular iPad mini 6 is priced at $749.00, down from $799.00 (matched at B&H Photo).

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

Realityck Avatar
11 months ago

I'm tempered; I have had my eye on one of these, but can anyone with one these comment on the strange scrolling effect some people complain about. It's the one thing keeping from buying.
All you need to do is go to a Apple store and look at multiple web page in portrait orientation and scroll up and down and see if you see one side of the scrolling lag slightly compared to the other side. These are 60 hz panels. In landscape you will see no issue. Some people are sensitive to flickering, jelly motion, and it gives them headaches. I don’t have that issue and neither does most people. If with looking at them in the store and you don’t notice this effect to any degree your fine. Don’t worry about it. I bought one because it is a great media player for the money.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
aj67 Avatar
11 months ago

I'm tempered; I have had my eye on one of these, but can anyone with one these comment on the strange scrolling effect some people complain about. It's the one thing keeping from buying.
I have a 256gb cellular model. I can see the jelly scrolling if i really look closely, but I never notice it during normal usage. However some people are more sensative to it. Go to a local BB and play with a demo unit. Personally I love my mini 6, but it all depends on what you need an iPad to do.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
turbineseaplane Avatar
11 months ago

Walmart's normal price for the Mini 6 64 GB is and has been $459 for a very long time.
Yep - and every color in stock also.
No need to hunt around if looking for a Mini 6

Just pop over to Walmart.com
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
tomtad Avatar
11 months ago
Peanut butter jelly (screen) time!
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
astonius86 Avatar
11 months ago
It's always funny to me how MacRumors completely ignores Walmart in these iPad deals. Walmart's normal price for the Mini 6 64 GB is and has been $459 for a very long time. You do this with the iPad Pro and iPad Air as well, often claiming "lowest price ever" from Amazon while completely disregarding Walmart's normal, everyday discount on these devices.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
gpspad Avatar
11 months ago
I'm tempered; I have had my eye on one of these, but can anyone with one these comment on the strange scrolling effect some people complain about. It's the one thing keeping from buying.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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