10.2-inch iPad hits brand-new low with up to $50 off

10.2-inch iPad hits brand-new low with up to $50 off


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The 10.2-inch iPad’s affordable price tag and impressive features make it an easy sell even at full price. But you don’t need to pay full price. Best Buy now offers the biggest discount seen so far on new units.

Order yours today to enjoy up to $50 off the usual price.

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What makes the 10.2-inch iPad so great? It packs a super-sharp Retina display, an incredibly speedy A12 Bionic processor, and features like Touch ID. It also runs iPadOS, the best tablet operating system there is.

And you get all that for as little as $329 when you buy your iPad directly from Apple. Choose a third-party retailer instead, however, and you can get up to $50 off the iPad’s usual price tag for a limited time only.

Save up to $50 on the 10.2-inch iPad

Best Buy is now offering the 32GB Wi-Fi model for just $299.99 ($30 off), while the 128GB Wi-Fi model can be yours for $379.99 ($50 off) — the lowest price we’ve seen on this model since it made its debut.

Best Buy, unlike many other retailers, is also offering up to $50 off the Wi-Fi + Cellular options. You can pick up the 32GB model for $429.99 ($30 off), while the 128GB model is down to $509.99 ($50 off)

These discounts likely won’t last long, so enjoy them while you can. And don’t miss these deals on some must-have iPad accessories:

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