Want to pick up an iPad or iPad Pro but don’t want to pay full price for it? There are always deals at various retailers. Some of them offer discounts, while others offer gift cards or accessories with your purchase to sweeten the deal. Keeping up with all of the deals around the web can be a pain as they change weekly, but we’ve got you covered with the best deals out there right now.
Here are the best iPad, iPad mini, and iPad Pro deals that you can find right now!
Best iPad Pro Deal: Up to $220 off
Apple went edge-to-edge with the iPad Pro in 2018. Now available in 11-inch and 12.9-inch sizes, iPad Pro is a workhorse device capable of replacing your computer full time with its A12X Bionic processor, Liquid Retina display with Promotion, True Tone, and wide color, and storage capacities up to 1TB.
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Amazon is offering some steep discounts on iPad Pro models right now with prices starting at just $674. For some of the higher-spec models, you can save up to $220 on the usual MSRP, but these deals won’t stick around forever.
Best iPad Air Deal: $474
Apple only just updated its iPad Air line, upping the display size to 10.5 inches and adding support for Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard. While the product is still pretty new, we’re starting to see a couple of discounts here and there.
B&H is currently the best place to grab Apple’s 10.5-inch iPad Air with $25 off the retail price. Considering it’s so new, this is a decent discount.
$499 $25 off
Best iPad mini Deal: $389
iPad mini was updated in March 2019, finally replacing the 2015 model. The 5th-gen device has been upgraded internally and now supports Apple Pencil.
A few retailers including Amazon are offering the newest iPad mini at a $10 discount right now. It’s the best price we’ve seen on the portable tablet since its launch.
$399 $10 off
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iPad (6th Generation)
Apple’s entry-level iPad is available with up to $100 off at Amazon. The 9.7-inch device is perfect for those new to iPad or wanting a device that can handle the basics like web browsing, email, and more.
iPad Pro 10.5-inch
Adorama has a bunch ion instant rebates on the previous-gen iPad Pro models. These devices still pack plenty of power, but once they’re sold out they will be gone forever.
Various iPad models
A number of different iPad models and configurations are available at Apple’s certified refurbished store with prices from $239. As Apple has tested and inspected every unit, and provides a 1-year warranty, you know you’re getting a device that will look and work like new for less.
How to get the Best iPad Deals
iPad price drops can occasionally be super steep but these discounts are usually short-lived. The best time to pick up and iPad is around Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and keep your eyes peeled for discounts on older hardware just as new devices are announced.
If you don’t need something brand new, refurbished units are the way to go. When purchased from a reputable seller like Apple or Best Buy you can save a good amount and get hardware that looks and performs like new.
Apple has introduced a brand new iPad Pro, including a redesigned 12.9-inch model that shrinks down everything about the device except the display. It’s shorter, thinner, and shallower, and now packs USB-C instead of Lightning. All of this means that there are some brand new accessories to think about, and here are some of the best you can order right now.
If you’re planning on doing any drawing, sketching, or handwriting, then you’re going to want the new Apple Pencil to go along with your new iPad Pro. It’s the very best stylus for the task on the market, no question about it.
Apple’s official keyboard case for the new iPad Pro, the Smart Keyboard Folio protects both the front and the back of your iPad, and features two viewing angles, one for desktop use, and one for laptop.
If you don’t need a keyboard, but still want to keep your new iPad Pro safe, check out Apple’s official Smart Folio, which protects both the front and back of your tablet. It comes in both Charcoal Gray and White.
One of the neat little tricks of the iPad Pro is its ability to charge your iPhone on its own using a USB-C to Lightning cable. This USB-C to Lightning cable from METRANS allows just that, and features a braided cloth cable which should last longer than Apple’s official solution. It’s also a lot cheaper.
Twelve South’s Compass Pro lets you extend the back leg to use the iPad as a hands-free display, or shorten it for a better angle for more productive tasks. It also features a secondary back leg, letting you re-angle the iPad for easier drawing or touchscreen typing.
Available in Chestnut, Chocolate, and Galloper Black, this leather bag from Pad & Quill will protect the body of your iPad Pro, with a second pocket available other important items. Great for a little extra protection on the go.
Source of the article – iMore