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Apr 12, 2001

Nearly every model of Apple's 2022 iPad Air has been discounted today on Amazon, offering numerous all-time low prices on these tablets in multiple colors. In total, you'll find up to $99 off the iPad Air, with record low prices available for both Wi-Fi and cellular models.

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The 64GB Wi-Fi iPad Air is available in all colors except Purple at $499.99 on Amazon, down from $599.00. This is a record low price for this tablet on Amazon, and most color selections are in stock now and can arrive as soon as April 6.

Secondly, the 256GB Wi-Fi iPad Air has hit $649.99 on Amazon, down from $749.00. This is another record low price, and it's available in Blue, Pink, and Space Gray. Most of these models have an estimated delivery date between April 5 and April 9 for residences in the United States.

Moving to cellular models, the 64GB cellular iPad Air is available for $649.99, down from $749.00. This one is available in all five colors, and it's a best-ever price on Amazon. If you're interested in the Space Gray option, note that you'll need to add the tablet to your cart and head to checkout to see the deal price.

Lastly, the 256GB cellular iPad Air has hit $799.99, down from $899.00. You'll find all colors except Space Gray are available at this discounted price, which is also another all-time low price on the iPad Air. You'll also need to add these to your cart and head to checkout in order to see the discounts.

Note: You won't see the deal price until checkout.

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. 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.

Article Link: Deals: Amazon Has Nearly Every Model of the 2022 iPad Air at Best-Ever Prices


macrumors 6502a
May 31, 2019
New York
Every time I have to charge my stupid Gen one Apple Pencil I really consider getting the Air and Gen two Apple Pencil.

I don't even use the Apple Pencil that much.

It just so stupid to charge, whether plugged into the iPad or with a cable. I can't believe I haven't lost the charging adapter yet.


macrumors 68020
Dec 23, 2014
U.S.A., Earth
To me, iPads are an overpriced product.
Truly can't disagree with this. I thought I was fine getting the 64 GB storage for my 9th gen iPad. Apple Arcade ended up being the wrench in the works that made me think I made a mistake there. When I took a break from it after my free trial ended, I ended up finding other games on Android, and non-AA iOS to fill the void. I ended up never considering AA again. Then I got gifted a Switch, which solidified my decision to NOT pay an extra $150 for that extra storage to be the right choice.

Nobody wants them anymore now that they no longer have a Lightning connector. Might as well get a Fire tablet.
Heh... I'm definitely the outlier. My 9th gen iPad and iPod Touch 5 both still use lightning, so I still tote that cable on travel anyways :D I've had a case where someone traveling with me needed to borrow a lightning cable, and knew I had one 8) Otherwise, my Google Pixel 6, HP Chromebook, and Nintendo Switch all use USB-C, so I'd be covered anyways.


macrumors 6502a
Mar 6, 2009
Not in the uk ! (Ever)
The prices on Amazon UK are hard to understand. I saw a current iPad Mini from £800~. I still really struggle to understand Amazon prices and different sellers.

I ended up getting the iPad Pro 3rd gen with M1 chip and 128Gb refurb for £639. I’m not a pro, but wanted the M1 for longevity. I take pictures as my hobby and mostly edit on iPhone Pro Max so I’ll look to step it up and dump my 2016 MBP
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