Best iPad deals at Best Buy, Amazon, Target and more

Best iPad deals at Best Buy, Amazon, Target and more
The Apple iPad is many people's one and only tablet of choice for its ease of use and smooth performance, even on the budget models. For entertainment and basic computing, some could argue that buying an iPad even over a cheap laptop is the better move. And with the release of the new budget 2020 10.2-inch iPad, which still packs fantastic performance and Apple Pencil support, Apple's tablet is also a great choice for students to consider.

So if you're set on getting an iPad yourself, a great move is to check whether there are any good iPad deals at the moment – this is where we come in. In this article we'll aim find and list the best iPad deals for you, for any models.

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Best Buy: $100 off the latest 12.9-inch Apple iPad Pro (Wi-Fi + Cellular, 256GB, Verizon)



If you want the latest and greatest iPad Pro for a reasonable price, this is a fantastic offer to take advantage of. Apple's highest-end (and largest) iPad Pro model can be yours for $1,149.99, so long as you're okay with a Verizon carrier contract.

With its massive 256GB of storage, you'll never have to worry about running out of space for your music, movies, photos, apps and games. Its quad speakers and large size also make the 12.9-inch iPad Pro an incredible media consumption device.

Buy the 12.9-inch Apple iPad Pro from Best Buy
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Best Buy: $100 off the latest 11-inch Apple iPad Pro (Wi-Fi + Cellular, 256GB, Verizon)


A similar deal to the previous one is currently running for the slightly smaller 11-inch iPad Pro model. $100 off that one equates to a price of $949.99, with a Verizon contract. Once again, it comes with 256GB. This is the iPad Pro to get if you want a more manageable (and well-priced) tablet that's still as equally powerful and cutting-edge as the 12.9-inch.


Amazon: 12% off the latest Apple iPad Mini (Wi-Fi, 64GB)



Amazon has a great deal for the 64GB iPad Mini 5 – you can get it new for 12% off, saving you $49. The iPad Mini is a fantastic little tablet for kids and adults who aren't after huge displays and would rather use something easier to handle. With it's 7.9-inch display and now support for the Apple Pencil, it can be useful in plenty of scenarios, be it school work, artistic expression or pure entertainment.

Buy the 64GB Apple iPad Mini on Amazon

Target: 12% off the latest Apple iPad Mini (Wi-Fi, 64GB)


At Target, you can get the 64GB iPad Mini 5 for $349.99 with this deal. The silver model is sold out, but the gold and space gray variants are still in stock for this price, although likely not for long.

The 256GB iPad Mini 5 is also available from Target at 9% off, or $499.99 right now. That deal is linked below too. It is the better pick for those who would like to be able to fit all of their movies and music on their iPad without having to rely on internet streaming.

Buy the 64GB Apple iPad Mini (Gold color) from Target
Buy the 64GB Apple iPad Mini (Space gray) from Target
Buy the 256GB Apple iPad Mini (Space gray) from Target

Apple: Get up to $480 in credit when you buy an iPad and trade in another device


If you have an older iPad, Android tablet or a phone to trade in as you purchase a new iPad from Apple, you can get up to $480 in credit. The actual amount depends on the condition, age and type of device you're trading in.

With that credit, you can possibly grab yourself a pair of AirPods or an Apple Pencil for your new iPad. Cases and other accessories are available too. You can also choose to add your trade-in credit into an Apple Gift Card. If your device doesn't qualify for trade-in, at the very least Apple can recycle it for you for free.

Buy an iPad from Apple with the option to trade-in

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