Deals: Get the 10.2-Inch iPad for Record Low Price of $299 ($30 Off)

Apple's 64GB Wi-Fi iPad has returned to its all-time low price of $299.00 on Amazon this week, down from $329.00. Both the Silver and Space Gray colors are in stock at this price, with delivery estimates set for as soon as August 3.

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This is a match of the record low price we previously tracked on the 10.2-inch iPad, and right now only Amazon has the sale. You can also get the 256GB Wi-Fi iPad on sale, available for $429.00, down from $479.00.

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

ericg301 Avatar
11 months ago
my daughter's 7th gen iPad gave up the ghost this weekend. debating whether to buy her a new 9 or wait 6 weeks to see if there's a 10.
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tripleburst Avatar
11 months ago
Great price. Makes for a good second monitor for your macbook in a pinch as a bonus.
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imnotthewalrus Avatar
11 months ago
Really a good price.
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svish Avatar
11 months ago
Good price for the base model iPad!!
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nfl46 Avatar
11 months ago
Yep, this thing is always dropping to $299. Thank, though.
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