Unlike Apple's, which are the , the iPad Air has yet to received an M1 jolt. If you aren't a creative type who requires the most power from your iPad, however, the iPad Air should have enough muscle and boasts a roomy, 10.9-inch display framed by thin bezels and a host of features including USB-C and support for the Magic Keyboard and Pencil 2. And right now, the baseline model with 64GB of storage at its lowest price ever on Amazon with a $99 discount. Need more storage space? The 256GB model is $110 off.
You can also save $50 on the 11-inch iPad Pro, and the eighth-gen iPad is only $299 at Amazon and Walmart.
We update this list as new deals emerge and old ones expire, so be sure to check back for the best price.
iPad discounts, compared
|Model||List price||Best price (current)||Best price (all-time)|
|11-inch iPad Pro (128GB)||$799||$749||$749|
|11-inch iPad Pro (256GB)||$899||$899||$899|
|12.9-inch iPad Pro (128GB)||$1,099||$1,099||$999|
|12.9-inch iPad Pro (256GB)||$1,199||$1,199||$1,199|
|10.9-inch iPad Air (64GB)||$599||$500||$500|
|10.9-inch iPad Air (256GB)||$749||$639||$639|
|10.2-inch iPad (32GB)||$329||$299||$299|
|10.2-inch iPad (128GB)||$429||$395||$380|
|7.9-inch iPad Mini (64GB)||$399||$369||$335|
|7.9-inch iPad Mini (256GB)||$549||$490||$450|
Note that "all-time" means the best price that we've seen at an Apple-authorized retailer in the product's lifetime.
Apple's 10.9-inch iPad Air with 64GB of storage in either space gray or green is $99 off at Amazon, which drops it to its lowest price ever. For most users, a 64GB SSD is skimpy and will fill up fast. Thankfully, you can save $110 on the 256GB model in rose gold. Want a different color? The other color options for the 256GB iPad Air are discounted by $99.
The new 11-inch iPad Pro features Apple's M1 chip and comes with storage capacities ranging from 128GB to 2TB. You can save $50 on the 128GB model, which is the biggest discount we've seen yet for it. The larger-capacity models, however, offer no price breaks.
Last week's $100 discount on the larger, 12.9-inch iPad Pro with the M1 chip has expired. The series starts $1,099 with a 128GB SSD.
The eighth-gen iPad features a 10.2-inch screen and is powered by the A12 chip. With a list price of $329, the 32GB model is the most affordable iPad and is currently selling at a $30 discount at Amazon and Walmart. If you want more storage, you can save $34 on the 128GB model in silver or gold and get it for $395 from Amazon or Walmart.
We'll be honest: This one is only for those willing to pay a premium for the smaller screen. You're basically paying more to get the same basic specs as the 10.2-inch iPad, but with a more portable 7.9-inch size (albeit with 64GB of storage and a spiffier screen). The 64GB model is selling at a $30 discount and the 256GB model is $59 off.