We don’t often come across many brilliant iPad bundle deals (or any, really), but this one definitely caught our eye.
Right now, you can get the iPad Pro 12.9-inch (M2, 2022) and Magic Keyboard for a low price.
1448 dollars at B&H Photo for $1,348🇧🇷 Now, we know it’s only a $100 savings, but honestly, we like the novelty of the iPad bundle deal report. And you know $100 is $100… now you just have to worry about $1,348!
Of all the deals on this year’s iPad Air, Amazon currently wins with this discount — it’s below retail. $749 – $679, saving you $70 (opens in new tab)🇧🇷
When we saw that it was on the 2022 model, the same model we gave it a near-perfect five stars. review, we’d say it’s a good deal worth considering. Want to get an idea of where the iPad Air stands in the iPad family tree? check out ours iPad generations page.
Every time Black Friday rolls around, consumers are asked the same question: this year’s model or last year’s? We ask ourselves the same question again by looking at two of the best iPad deals we can find right now.
This is last year’s model of the iPad, which is a beauty it’s down to just $269 from $329 on Amazon right now (opens in new tab)🇧🇷 This year’s iPad has dropped from $449 to $426 (opens in new tab)🇧🇷 Both are 10.2 inches and both have 64 GB.
Now, we’re not saying they’re the same iPad. The new one comes with some new features, a nicely placed camera on the landscape side of the iPad, and Apple Pencil 2 compatibility… but come on! This is an entry-level iPad. The standard one. One that should appeal to most buyers. For us, there is a clear winner here. We’d go for the cheaper and still brilliant 2021 model!
Right now, it’s the best deal on an iPad Pro with the recently released M2 chip $100 off over $1099 at B&H Photo – now $999 (opens in new tab)🇧🇷
Now, this isn’t the biggest discount we’ve seen on this model. That’s when the asking price on Amazon dropped to $784. But if you want to get the latest iPad Pro right now, this is the best we can find.
If you’re in the US and looking for a good Black Friday keyboard deal for your iPad Logitech K380 Bluetooth Keyboard for Mac $10 off at B&H, now $29.99 (was $39.99) (opens in new tab)🇧🇷 UK users can rejoice as well £5 off Amazon, now £39.99 (was £44.99) (opens in new tab)🇧🇷
In the US, you can also get a big discount on the new M2 iPad Pro. The 128GB iPad Pro is currently available Down from $1,099 at B&H for $999 (opens in new tab)🇧🇷
Speaking of the latest gear, we’re surprised to see some deals on the latest iPad Pro. Released last month, the new high-end tablet features the Apple Pencil’s awesome new hover feature — and if you hover over the Take button, £40 off at John Lewis (opens in new tab) may make this decision a little easier.
If you’re thinking about buying your first iPad, knowing where to start can be a little intimidating. What is the difference between 9th and 10th generation? Do you need Air or Pro? not just ours iPad generations the guide has you covered, however Amazon also has a dedicated page for the iPad (opens in new tab) here you can find every deal in one place.
Apple finally brought the entry-level iPad into the 21st century last month, ditching the home button and thick bezels in favor of an all-screen design. And somewhat surprisingly, it already exists £20 off in the UK (opens in new tab)🇧🇷
If you really want your iPad to function as a laptop replacement, then the Magic Keyboard is essential. Now you can at John Lewis save £20 on an accessory when purchased with the awesome iPad Air 5 (opens in new tab)Using the code APPLESAVE20.
There was a twist in the tale when Apple announced its new iPads last month – it quietly raised the prices of existing models, particularly the iPad mini. But don’t despair—right now, the 256GB iPad mini is up to $100 off on Amazon. dropping the price from $499 to $400 (opens in new tab)🇧🇷
We’re calling it — Amazon’s 10th-generation iPad deal is the one to beat this Black Friday. Right now, the 9th generation iPad is on sale for £60 in the UK and $60 in the US – meaning you could possibly bag an iPad for under $300 for the first time ever. And it’s not a discontinued model either – the 9th generation iPad still takes pride of place in the current iPad lineup. In the UK it’s £309 (opens in new tab)and It’s only $269 in the US (opens in new tab)🇧🇷
What’s rarer than iPad deals? Apple Pencil discounts. But it’s currently available on Amazon in the US, along with both the 1st and 2nd generation models $30 off 2nd gen (opens in new tab)and $20 off 1st gen (opens in new tab)🇧🇷
The 5th generation iPad Air is one of the most powerful tablets around and certainly gives the iPad Pro a run for its money. And at a 15% discount price Reduced from £669 to £569 (opens in new tab)there’s a bargain on Amazon right now.
If you want approx In the UK, John Lewis is offering £100 off the latest and greatest iPad Pro 11-inch (5th generation, 2021). From £1,749 to £1,649 (opens in new tab)🇧🇷 And it comes with a whopping 2TB of storage – which, let’s face it, is as much as you’ll ever need.
Apple is hardly a company known for budget pricing, so being able to pick up an iPad for just over £300 is pretty amazing. Currently on Amazon, The 9th generation 10.2-inch iPad is £60 off the whole thing (opens in new tab)available for just £309!
If you’re looking for the latest and greatest, the 11-inch 2022 iPad Pro, launched last month, is now £40 off on Amazon – bringing the price down to £859 (opens in new tab)🇧🇷
The 4th generation iPad Air wowed us when it first came out in 2020, and it’s still impressive. With its full-screen design and Apple Pencil 2, it gives the Pro a run for its money — and it’s currently underpriced in the US. $599-$349 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
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This Black Friday super hot iPad deal comes from B&H Photo which is pretty decent right now $100 off the new 2022 12.9-inch iPad Pro, down to $999 (opens in new tab)🇧🇷
The new iPad Pro is an absolute powerhouse, and just a month after its release, it’s a real treat to see. This particular model comes complete with an M2 chip, a 128GB SSD, and Wi-Fi.
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Last month, Apple introduced a new 10th generation iPad, but unlike other models, it did not replace its predecessor. Apple kept the 9th generation iPad in its lineup, a testament to the capabilities of its entry-level tablet. The good news is that the arrival of its little sibling means the price of the 9th generation model has come down. available now on Amazon for just $269. (opens in new tab)
Retailing at £329, last Black Friday we saw this drop to $299, the lowest price ever. Last month, when the 10th generation was released, it dropped even further to $269, and now that deal is back again.
If you want a tablet that’s good for everyday use and can be shared with the family, the 9th generation iPad is more than enough. And it’s a complete bargain at this price.
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Want a portable tablet? The iPad mini is a great choice for anyone who wants to work on the go. And right now it’s down to its lowest price ever recorded on Amazon UK – iPad mini 2021 with Wi-Fi and 64GB SSD now just £459 (opens in new tab)🇧🇷
We saw the mini drop to that price in April, but we haven’t seen it drop since then. We’ve never seen it cheaper, so who knows if we’ll see a record discount in the next few days, but considering the tablet retails for £569 in the UK, the £90 saving is a cracking deal.
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Good morning, it’s the last day before the biggest retail event of the year officially kicks off. But we and the retailers could have waited longer. There are already plenty of deals out there, and if you’re looking for a shiny new Apple tablet this Black Friday, this is the place.
It’s this humble deal that kicks off our live deals page £20 off new 2022 iPad Very – now £479 (opens in new tab)🇧🇷 It may not seem like much, but this iPad is only a month old, so any savings is a very pleasant and pleasant surprise.
we iPad 2022 reviewed (opens in new tab) It’s a very nice little car recently and so far. It’s worth every penny of the increased price tag — especially with the bang for the buck.
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