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Ahead of the Apple "Spring Loaded" event next week - where we're expecting a refresh on iPads - today we're highlighting notable sales on Apple's current iPad Pro, iPad mini, and iPad Air lineup. Prices for the iPad Pro start at $749.99 for the 256GB Wi-Fi 11-inch iPad Pro, at $479.99 for the 256GB Wi-Fi iPad mini, and at $559.00 for the 64GB Wi-Fi iPad Air.

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iPad Pro

Besides the 128GB Wi-Fi 11-inch tablet, other iPad Pro models on sale include the 128GB Wi-Fi 12.9-inch iPad Pro at $949.00, down from $999.00. There are both Wi-Fi and cellular devices being discounted, and sales can be found on Amazon and B&H Photo this week.

11-Inch iPad Pro

  • Wi-Fi 128GB - $749.99 at Amazon ($50 off)
  • Wi-Fi 256GB - $849.99 at Amazon ($50 off)
  • Wi-Fi 512GB - $1,049.00 at Amazon ($50 off)
  • Cellular 128GB - $899.00 at Amazon ($50 off)
12.9-Inch iPad Pro

  • Wi-Fi 128GB - $949.00 at Amazon ($50 off)
  • Wi-Fi 512GB - $1,179.00 at Amazon and B&H Photo ($120 off)
  • Cellular 256GB - $1,199.00 at Amazon ($50 off)
  • Cellular 512GB - $1,349.00 at Amazon and B&H Photo ($100 off)

iPad mini 5

Sales on the iPad mini 5 are now focused on the 256GB Wi-Fi model, available for $479.99, down from $549.00. A sale from earlier this week on the 64GB model has now since expired.

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The 256GB iPad mini is available in all three colors: Space Gray, Silver, and Gold. Stock is dwindling on this version of the iPad mini, so if you're interested be sure to head to Amazon soon.



This discount appeared online earlier in the week, and prior to that there were only about one or two solid deals on the iPad mini 5 in 2021.

iPad Air

Amazon has the 64GB Wi-Fi iPad Air at $559.00, down from $599.00. This sale is available in all colors. While it's not a lowest-ever price, it is among the best available online right now.

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You can also get the 256GB Wi-Fi iPad Air for $699.00 at Amazon, down from $749.00. This is the second-best ongoing price for this model of the iPad Air, and today it's available in all colors.



The new iPad Air launched in October 2020 with a 10.9-inch edge-to-edge display and a design that's similar to the iPad Pro with an aluminum chassis that features flat, rounded edges that wrap around the fully-laminated display. The iPad Air does not feature Face ID and relies solely on Touch ID for biometric authentication purposes.



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. Additionally, be sure to visit our Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

Article Link: Deals: Shop Low Prices on iPad Pro (Up to $120 Off), iPad Air (Up to $50 Off), and iPad Mini ($69 Off)
 

Derekeys

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I think this article is misleading.

"Prices for the iPad Pro start at $749.99 for the 256GB Wi-Fi 11-inch iPad Pro"

Mixed messages with the middle of the article.

  • Wi-Fi 256GB - $849.99 at Amazon ($50 off)

Doesn't matter, bring on the new ones! lol
 
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JPSaltzman

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Jun 5, 2011
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In this day and age, why does Apple still charge a $150 surcharge for "adding" cellular capability to every iPad?

Look, wouldn't it be far cheaper (and less inventory to keep track of) to just include cellular capability with every model, and the slot at the side for a SIM card. When it's activated by a carrier, the carrier can charge whatever they want want to, or bundle it with some other cellphone package.
 
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Alexis Noel

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Apr 27, 2020
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iPad Mini ($69 Off)​

Nice.

But, like everyone else, forget this stock. 6 more days! *starts chanting*
 
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dpackman

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Oct 5, 2009
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The mini LED technology might prove to be what displaces all others for displays in the next decade. I look forward to it appearing in various devices such as iPads.
 
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