Best Buy takes up to $150 off select 2017 and 2018 iPad Pro models

Best Buy takes up to $150 off select 2017 and 2018 iPad Pro models
As long as you don't have (too much of) a problem with the “subtle deviations in flatness” of Apple’s latest iPad Pros, you can’t go wrong with purchasing either the all-new 11-inch model or upgraded 12.9-incher.

It’s essentially impossible to find better, faster, and prettier tablets right now, although the two’s price tags are certainly not what we’d call affordable. On the bright side, Best Buy is running an unprecedented two-day sale on a wide range of new and old iPad Pro variants, offering unbeatable discounts of up to $150.

The cheapest iOS slate on the marked-down list is a 2017-released 10.5-incher with 64GB storage, setting you back $549.99 after a $100 price reduction. Up next, you can spend 700 bucks on a hot new 11-inch iPad Pro with 64 gigs of local digital hoarding room or a 256GB 10.5-inch oldie, both configurations scoring the same $100 discount.

At $849.99, you can choose from a 256GB 11-incher, 256 gig second-gen 12.9-inch iPad Pro, or 512GB 10.5-incher. If you want to maximize your savings on a 2018 version with Face ID recognition and an “all screen” design, the 512GB 11-inch iPad Pro costs $999.99 after a $150 markdown.

The same $150 discount applies to the latest 512GB 12.9-inch model, as well as 1TB variants of both the new 11-inch iPad Pro and its jumbo-sized sibling. These three will set you back $1,199, $1,399, and $1,599 respectively through end of day Saturday at Best Buy, both online and offline.


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4 Comments

1. CreeDiddy

Posts: 2032; Member since: Nov 04, 2011

MicroCenter had this price since Black Friday on the new models. Got my 10.5 a year ago for $499 as well.

2. bucknassty

Posts: 1208; Member since: Mar 24, 2017

how long did these new devices stay full price? i have yet to not see a discount on them

3. Eclectech

Posts: 334; Member since: May 01, 2013

They're not gonna sell a ton of these. I'll wait till the price drops further before I consider buying one.

4. cncrim

Posts: 1519; Member since: Aug 15, 2011

Still way over price. It need to cost less than PC for me to consider value buy, because i can get a lot more done with a PC.

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