Deals: Apple's 2022 iPad Gets Record Low Discounts on Amazon With $50 Off Nearly Every Model

Amazon today has multiple discounts on Apple's 2022 iPad, offering the first markdowns on these tablets since early February. Below you'll find record low deals across both Wi-Fi and cellular models of the 10.9-inch iPad, as well as a new sale on AirTag.

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Starting with the 64GB Wi-Fi iPad, you can get this tablet for $399.00, down from $449.00. It's available in Silver at this price, which is the best price we've ever tracked on the 2022 iPad.

The 256GB Wi-Fi iPad is on sale for $549.00, down from $599.00, and it's available in every color except Silver. Just like the 64GB option, this is a match of the all-time low price on this version of the 2022 iPad.

Moving to the cellular options, you'll find the 64GB cellular iPad on sale for $549.00, down from $599.00. Amazon has all four colors of this iPad on sale at this best-ever price, and they're all in stock and ready to ship out today directly from the retailer.

Then there is the 256GB cellular iPad, which Amazon has for $699.00, down from $749.00. This one is also available in all four color options, and has delivery date estimates of March 22 for most places in the United States.

AirTag

Lastly, we're tracking a fresh deal on Apple's AirTag tracker, with the 4-Pack available for $89.99 on Amazon, down from $99.00. This isn't an all-time low price on the accessory, but it has been months since we've seen any discount on any version of the AirTag, so those who have been waiting for a deal can save a bit of money this week.

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If you're on the hunt for more discounts, be sure to visit our Apple Deals roundup where we recap the best Apple-related bargains of the past week.

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Top Rated Comments

darngooddesign Avatar
13 months ago
This headline is what happens when ChatGPT writes content.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
roncron Avatar
13 months ago

2022 iPad Gets Record Low Discounts? Does this mean the discounts are uniquely meagre? 'Record Discounts' would suffice. Or Record Low Prices. Including 'Low' in the existing title does nothing for its clarity.
Great observation & comment. It's nice that people still pay attention to writing. It would be great if the article's author and the editor did, too.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
wordsworth Avatar
13 months ago
2022 iPad Gets Record Low Discounts? Does this mean the discounts are uniquely meagre? 'Record Discounts' would suffice. Or Record Low Prices. Including 'Low' in the existing title does nothing for its clarity.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
larrylaffer Avatar
13 months ago
"Record low discounts" sounds kinda weird. My brain didn't translate that to "record low price" which is what I think the intended message was?
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Spock Avatar
13 months ago
That iPad should have started at $399
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Jankie Avatar
13 months ago

That iPad should have started at $399
I think if it used the Apple Pencil 2 and had 128GB, $399 would be compelling. Otherwise, for me, the device is not compelling enough to get over the cheaper iPad.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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