Get Apple's Magic Keyboard for Just $179.99 and Pair it With the iPad Air at the Record Low Price of $449.99

Amazon today has Apple's Magic Keyboard for the 11-inch iPad Pro and fourth/fifth generation iPad Air at $179.99, down from $299.00. This is the first time we've tracked a deal on the keyboard in 2024, and it's a solid second-best price on the accessory.

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Specifically, the Magic Keyboard is compatible with the 11-inch iPad Pro (first, second, third, and fourth generations) and the iPad Air (fourth and fifth generations). Amazon only has the black color option at this $179.99 price tag, and it's currently the only retailer offering such a low price.

If you're shopping for an iPad to pair with the Magic Keyboard, Best Buy has every model of the 5th generation iPad Air on sale at an all-time low price right now. Prices start at $449.99 for the 64GB Wi-Fi tablet, down from $599.00. These are $150 off across the board, and also include best-ever prices on both cellular models.




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Top Rated Comments

satchmo Avatar
7 weeks ago

This needs to be 80 before i even consider buying them.
$80? Is that even realistic?

Hell, it's still $370 here in Canada! :mad:
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
thomasjpr Avatar
7 weeks ago
This kind of inventory clearance pricing seems like a pretty good indication that new toys are on the way.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
thatsmyfish Avatar
7 weeks ago

I really wanted this keyboard but could never justify the £300 price tag.

Enough time has passed that I now couldn’t justify a £200 price tag either.

It’s hugely over priced for a keyboard. A travel-friendly bluetooth keyboard is the way to go.
It depends. I have it for the 12.9 inch Pro, and I’ve used it since May 2020. I’m going to replace it on Black Friday this year and it‘s the only thing that allows me to turn my iPad into a laptop replacement. I never use the Macbook Pro. The cheaper keyboard didn’t do the job, and anything third party Bluetooth lags and drains power. It’s expensive, but I use it every day for hours whereas it would sit if I didn’t hav eit.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
socialwill Avatar
7 weeks ago
IMO $179 seems like it should be the default price for this, $299 is quite expensive.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
oofio2461 Avatar
7 weeks ago
This needs to be 80 before i even consider buying them.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
tooloud10 Avatar
7 weeks ago
I tried a bunch of cheap iPad keyboards and thought they were all junk, and then I tried the Magic Keyboard and it was exactly what I wanted. It's one item that I would pay full price for to replace if I had to do it tomorrow.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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