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Today we're highlighting a few deals on the iPad Pro at Amazon and B&H Photo, which are providing up to $100 off Apple's 2020 11-inch and 12.9-inch tablets. Sale prices start at $849.00 for the 256GB Wi-Fi 11-inch iPad Pro, down from $899.00.

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There are a few more deals on the larger screened 12.9-inch models, which start at $949.00 for the 128GB Wi-Fi 12.9-inch iPad Pro, down from $999.00. Each size also has some cellular versions on sale as well, all of which you'll find below.

11-Inch iPad Pro

12.9-Inch iPad Pro

  • Wi-Fi 128GB - $949.00 at Amazon ($50 off)
  • Wi-Fi 256GB - $999.00 at Amazon ($100 off)
  • Wi-Fi 512GB - $1,199.00 at Amazon ($100 off)
  • Wi-Fi 1TB - $1,399.00 at Amazon ($100 off)
  • Cellular 256GB - $1,149.00 at Amazon / B&H Photo ($100 off, lowest price)
  • Cellular 1TB - $1,549.00 at Amazon ($100 off)
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: Take Up to $100 Off 2020 iPad Pro Models at Amazon and B&H Photo
 

4jasontv

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I have a first gen pro that I use for marking up PDFs. It's heavy, but it works. I ended up getting a treadmill that uses an iPad as it's screen. I have been debating between waiting to get a new ipad pro and leaving my existing one attached or getting a cheap ipad and using that for the treadmill.
 

G5isAlive

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Do people really get excited at 5-10% off? I know every little bit helps, but on tech like this I tend to buy local (Best Buy or Apple) in case there is a problem. And in most cases I get something off regardless depending on if I use my Best Buy card or Apple Card. I hate mailing back returns.
 
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BaccaBossMC

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This is very tempting since I've been needing a new Pro for a while. However, if the new iPad Pros switch to OLED or MiniLED, they will be way better. These sales are an indication we are on the cusp of a new iPad.
 

Captain Trips

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Do people really get excited at 5-10% off? I know every little bit helps, but on tech like this I tend to buy local (Best Buy or Apple) in case there is a problem. And in most cases I get something off regardless depending on if I use my Best Buy card or Apple Card. I hate mailing back returns.
I guess if you are already planning on buying the discounted item and you don't have any good local options, it is nice.

But yeah, not enough to make you want to buy one just because of the small discount.

And like you, and for the same reasons, I like to buy local when possible (plus it is nice to support people that work in the area). My recent Apple purchases over the last 6 months or so:
  • iPad Mini 5 - bought it at Micro Center
  • iPhone XR - bought it at the Apple Store
  • MacBook Pro M1 - bought it at Best Buy
  • Apple Watch 6 - bought it at he Apple Store
 
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