The Apple iPad has become the go-to for tablet buyers around the world, and Apple now offers iPad models of various sizes and with varying features to suit all needs and budgets.

If you want to get your hands on an iPad or iPad Pro but don't want to pay full price for it, there are always deals to be found at popular retailers. Some of them offer discounts, while others offer gift cards or accessories with your purchase to sweeten the deal. Keeping up with all of the deals around the web can be a pain as they change regularly, but we've got you covered with the best deals out there right now.

Best iPad Deals Available Now

iPad (10.2-inch, 2019) | $279 at Walmart

This deal at Walmart saves you $50 on Apple's base-level iPad compared to what Apple and some other retailers are charging, though there appears to be a limited supply.

Whether you're looking for the cheapest iPad price or want the best iPad Pro deal you can find, you don't have to look much further than right here. We track iPad pricing, deals, and discounts from the moment they become available and have seen them drop as low as $249 for the entry-level model during Black Friday, while $750 is the best we've seen on the new iPad Pro so far.

Here's a breakdown of current iPad deals and prices.

Model Regular Price Best Price Current Price
iPad (10.2-inch, 2019) $329 $229.99 $279 at Walmart
iPad Air (10.5-inch, 2019) $499 $399 $469 at Amazon
iPad Pro (12.9-inch, 2020) $999 $949 $977.43 at Amazon
iPad Pro (11-inch, 2020) $799 $749 $783.37 at Amazon
iPad mini (7.9-inch, 2019) $399 $330 $384 at Amazon

We've rounded up the best iPad, iPad Air, iPad Pro, and iPad mini deals that you can find around the web below. Be sure to check out the list and give one of them a try today!

Best Cheap Apple iPad Deals

Apple's entry-level iPad is the most affordable and will meet most users' day-to-day needs. It got upgraded in 2019 so has recent specs and its display even got a boost in size to 10.2 inches meaning there's plenty of room for web browsing, email, and more. While it isn't as well-suited to powerful photo or video-editing tasks like its Pro counterparts, it's still a solid device and is much cheaper. It also supports the Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil accessories.

iPad (10.2-inch, 2019) | $279 at Walmart

This deal at Walmart saves you $50 on Apple's base-level iPad compared to what Apple and some other retailers are charging, though there appears to be a limited supply.

$279 at Walmart

iPad (10.2-inch, 2019) | $399 at Amazon

You can also save on higher-capacity iPad models at Amazon, such as this 128GB Wi-Fi model. It's $30 off right now.

$399 at Amazon

Best Cheap Apple iPad Air Deals

Apple updated its iPad Air line in late 2019, upping the display size to 10.5 inches, including the upgraded Apple A12 Bionic chip, and adding support for Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard. If you need a slightly larger display and don't want to spend big bucks on the iPad Pro line, the iPad Air may well be the sweet-spot for you — especially if you can score a deal on one.

iPad Air (10.5-inch, 2019) | $469 at Amazon

The base iPad Air configuration is down to $469 at Amazon. It's not its best discount ever, but it beats paying full price.

$469 at Amazon

iPad Air (10.5-inch, 2019) | $749 at Adorma

You can also make savings on Apple's iPad Air at the top end of the line. This 256GB model with cellular connectivity is $30 off its retail price via Adorama, though the deal probably won't stick around for long.

$749 at Adorama

Best Cheap Apple iPad Pro Deals

Available in 11-inch and 12.9-inch sizes, Apple's iPad Pro is a workhorse device capable of replacing your computer full-time with its A12Z Bionic processor, Liquid Retina display with Promotion, True Tone, and wide color, and storage capacities up to 1TB. The devices are the top-of-the-line and are full-on laptop replacements for many people these days.

iPad Pro (12.9-inch, 2020) | $977.43 at Amazon

Since the 2020 iPad Pro line has been on the market for only a matter of weeks, the discounts haven't yet been flooding in. However, you can score the 12.9-inch model at a $20 discount via Amazon.

$977.43 at Amazon

iPad Pro (11-inch, 2020) | $783.37 at Apple

This year's more compact iPad Pro has seen a little more movement in price so far, though right now it's either out of stock or at full price at most retailers. Your best savings can be found at Amazon where it's just over $15 off.

$783.37 at Apple

iPad Pro (12.9-inch, 2018) | $799 at B&H

If you don't need the improved cameras and LiDAR sensor, slightly bumped processor, and improved mics of the 2020 model, the previous-gen iPad Pro might suit you well and you can score a significant saving on one if you know where to look. B&H has $200 off the 64GB model, for example, with other configurations also heavily discounted.

$799 at B&H

iPad Pro (11-inch, 2018) | $699.99 at Best Buy

Amazon is the best place to go for the 2018 11-inch iPad Pro with prices from $699.99. Other capacities are on sale with as much as $200 off there, too, with some being prices matched at Amazon and B&H.

$699.99 at Best Buy

Best Cheap Apple iPad mini Deals

Apple's iPad mini got a significant update at the same time as the latest iPad Air. Now at the 5th-generation, the iPad mini retains its 7.9-inch display and ultra-portable form factor while gaining True Tone, Apple Pencil support, and powerful A12 Bionic chipset.

iPad mini (7.9-inch, 2019) | $384 at Amazon

Despite having been on the market since early 2019, the iPad mini has seen relatively few discounts. Right now, the best price on it is $384 which is $15 off its retail price.

$384 at Amazon

iPad mini (7.9-inch, 2019) | $499 at Amazon

Amazon is offering bigger small discounts on higher-end iPad mini configurations including this $50 price drop on the 256GB configuration.

$499 at Amazon

iPad mini (7.9-inch, 2019) | $629 at Amazon

If you want a cellular iPad mini for on-the-go internet usage, the 256GB Wi-Fi + Cellular model is $50 off via Amazon. That's a match for the lowest we've ever seen it go.

$629 at Amazon

iPad Price Tracking

When it comes to iPad pricing, the best time to buy is around major shopping events like Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Amazon Prime Day. These events are when retailers are competing for shoppers' dollars, particularly ahead of the gift-giving season, so you're more likely to save big, though other events throughout the year like 4th of July sales can spark some savings. That being said, Apple tech tends to hold its value extremely well so don't expect to save hundreds of bucks regardless of when you choose to buy.

It's also worth keeping your eyes peeled for when Apple releases new iPad models. The previous-gen devices tend not to stick around for too long, but in the days and weeks just after a new product launch they tend to get steeply discounted until the retailer clears its inventory.

If you don't need something brand new, refurbished units are the way to go. When purchased from a reputable seller like Apple or Best Buy you can save a good amount and get hardware that looks and performs like new.

iPad vs. iPad Air vs iPad Pro vs iPad mini: Which should you buy?

There's no one correct answer for every prospective iPad buyer and, given the breadth of Apple's iPad options now, there's pretty much an iPad model at every $50 increment from $300 to $1,300. Part of which iPad is right for you will come down to price, and part will come down to specs, though there are some key differences that may sway you one way or the other.

If value is your main driver, then the entry-level iPad from 2019 should be your go-to. Updated in late-2019, it's plenty powerful by today's standards and its 10.2-inch display is the perfect size for those wanting to balance portability with screen real estate. For day-to-day usage like email, web browsing, and content consumption, it's pretty much spot on. It also supports the Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil now meaning you can even turn it into a productivity device for a lot of tasks, too.

The iPad Air and 10.2-inch iPad are actually quite similar to look at. They are essentially the same physical size, though the Air fits a 10.5-inch display into the same chassis, and both support the same Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil. The Air differs in some key areas, though, like its laminated display that supports True Tone and P3 wide color which make it better for tasks like photo editing. It's also got a much speedier A12 Bionic chip that makes everything you do on the device feel faster and also means it's more likely to be supported for iPadOS updates in years to come.

Apple's iPad Pro is the top-of-the-line group of devices in the iPad lineup. Apple went edge-to-edge with the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models in 2018 and the 2020 builds on those form factors with an improved A12Z Bionic chip, AR-focused camera and LiDAR sensor setup, and studio-quality mics. These devices are Apple's most powerful, outranking many laptops in terms of performance, but they are also Apple's most expensive. If you're out to replace your computer and want something that can handle high-end tasks like 4K video editing and Photoshop, or want to future-proof yourself with your next iPad purchase, the iPad Pro is the way to go.

Many Apple observers thought Apple was just about done with the iPad mini form factor until the 5th-gen device was released in 2019. It had sat untouched since 2015 until then. The 2019 model was a huge spec bump and also added Apple Pencil support, though the price may put off some considering you can get the larger 10.2-inch iPad for considerably less. However, if you want the most-portable iPad, the mini cannot be beaten on that front. It makes for a great reading device and is powerful enough to help you get some work done in a pinch.

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