Here's how you can get Apple's 2018 iPad and 2019 iPad Air at a lower than ever price

Here's how you can get Apple's 2018 iPad and 2019 iPad Air at a lower than ever price
Unlike, say, an Amazon Prime subscription, a My Best Buy membership doesn't cost anything, offering free access to exclusive deals like hefty 9.7-inch iPad and 10.5-inch iPad Air savings available today only. These are in fact the highest ever discounts offered for those two very popular Apple tablets not just at Best Buy, but major US retailers in general.

We're talking a massive 130 bucks taken off the list price of the 2018-released "regular" iPad in both Wi-Fi-only and cellular-enabled 128GB configurations, as well as $50 reduced from the typical rates of this year's iPad Air in multiple storage and connectivity variants.

That means the sixth-gen iPad 9.7 is on sale for as little as $299.99 right now, while the recently upgraded iPad Air with Apple A12 Bionic processing power starts at 450 bucks instead of $500. Ironically, the larger and much faster slate comes with half the internal storage space of its 9.7-inch cousin in the two's respective entry-level versions. If you want a little more digital hoarding room with your iPad Air (2019), you'll actually have to take a lot more than 64 gigs.

Namely, a full 256 gigabytes of storage, currently available for $600 and up, down from $650. If you also want built-in LTE support, you'll need to cough up $580 as far as the entry-level 64GB model is concerned or $730 in combination with 256GB local hoarding space, both prices including the same aforementioned $50 markdown.

Back to the Apple A10 Fusion-powered iPad (2018), we should probably highlight your 300 bucks will buy you a 128 gig variant without cellular connectivity in space gray, gold, or silver color options, while the LTE-capable 9.7-incher costs $430 (down from $560) in the same three paint jobs. 

Don't forget to enroll in the My Best Buy program before pulling the trigger here, as otherwise, you're looking at spending between $30 and $50 more than the heavily reduced prices detailed above.

Check out the deals here

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