Every iPad Air Hits All-Time Low Price in Best Buy's New Sale, Available From $449.99

Best Buy's new weekend sale includes every model of the 5th generation iPad Air for up to $150 off, with multiple all-time low prices. These deals are available to all shoppers and do not require a My Best Buy Plus or Total membership.

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Starting with the 64GB Wi-Fi iPad Air, you can get this tablet for $449.99, down from $599.99. Best Buy has every color on sale at this record low price, which we last tracked back in January.

Best Buy also has the 256GB Wi-Fi iPad Air on sale for $599.99, down from $749.99. You'll again find this model on sale in all colors, and it's another all-time low price.

Finally, there are cellular discounts as well during this sale, starting at $599.99 for the 64GB cellular iPad Air and rising to $749.99 for the 256GB cellular iPad Air. Both of these are again $150 discounts and all-time low prices on the iPad Air, and available in every color at Best Buy.


In addition to the iPad Air, Best Buy has great markdowns on the 9th generation iPad, 10th generation iPad, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air, all of which we've covered in articles this week.

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.

Related Roundup: Apple Deals

Top Rated Comments

MrAperture Avatar
3 weeks ago
This iPad Air was released almost 2 years ago. And Apple is rumored to release new iPads next month.

I'd hold off.
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Isengardtom Avatar
3 weeks ago

This iPad Air was released almost 2 years ago. And Apple is rumored to release new iPads next month.

I'd hold off.
Yeah but I don’t expect major things for the air except a bump to M2 and hopefully a base storage increase

its a decent deal I would say, but important to consider the 64GB storage is low if you want to install many apps.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
josselinco Avatar
3 weeks ago
Smells like refresh spirit
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Entilzha Avatar
3 weeks ago
It amuses me every time one of these price drop articles hits, and the usual “don’t buy these, you FOOLS!” responses happen.

$150 off of an M1 based tablet is an absolute steal for the average user. The only reason I don’t have one myself is that I already have an Apple-refurbished M1 iPad Pro and like the higher refresh rate screen in comparison. Other than that, I’d have one right now at this price. 256 GB, obviously.

Yes, newer models are coming. But $150 is $150 and every dollar counts these days. If the only main differences end up being an M2 bump and a landscape oriented camera, that $150 savings ends up being pretty decent.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
JPack Avatar
3 weeks ago

It would be no surprise at all if Apple only does this on the Pros.
iPad 10 is already landscape, the Air is just a matter of time. So it would be a surprise to me.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
B4U Avatar
3 weeks ago
Once again, the picture is showing the 4th gen iPad Air when the sale is for 5th gen.
That creates confusion to readers.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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