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The best Cyber Week iPad deals for 2020

Cyber Monday is behind us, but the biggest Cyber Week deals are still around, offering you more shots at great bargains. There are still plenty of excellent Cyber Week iPad deals out there, including discounts on some of the most popular iPad models.

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Whether you’re looking for an iPad 10.2, iPad Air, iPad Mini, or iPad Pro, we’ve rounded up all the best Cyber Week iPad deals along with some insight into what to look for if you can’t decide which model is for you. These Cyber Week iPad deals are also only a sliver of the Cyber Week tablet deals out there, with plenty of other options if you want something non-Apple flavored. Say you want something else Apple-based? We’ve also rounded up all the best Cyber Week Apple deals too.

Best Cyber Week iPad deals

One of the hottest sales is still an iPad 10.2 deal going on at Amazon. See more discounts below:

Score the 2020 8th-gen iPad at a nice discount. Even at its regular price, however, this tablet is a superb value and the one we recommend for most users.
The new iPad Air is the iPad to buy, with all the power and good looks of its more powerful cousins but without the high price tag. It's even cheaper thanks to this discount from Amazon.
Deals are scarce, but considering that the 4th-gen iPad Air has a faster CPU than the Pro, it's a good value even at its regular price. You can grab this one for the same price as the 256GB model.
With a 10.2-inch Retina display, 128GB storage, Wi-Fi connectivity, an 8MP back camera, and FaceTime HD front camera, the 2020 iPad has everything you need.
If you want the best and beefiest iPad around, the Pro is the one. You can score this third-gen model professionally refurbished in like new condition from the Apple Store for a very nice discount.
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If you want a tablet with some boosted storage space for your digital goodies, you can do a lot worse than this 2020 iPad Air.

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If you want the bigger, more laptop-sized iPad Pro, then this is a modest (but still welcome) discount on the 12.9-inch 4th gen model.
Big, great things come in small packages, and nothing embodies this better than the 5th generation of the iPad Mini, equipped with a strong, fast-learning processor and a huge 64GB storage.
Apple Refurbished
The 10.5-inch iPad Pro (2017 model) is the larger, more powerful sibling of the 9.7-inch iPad, featuring more powerful hardware and a larger display similar to a small laptop.
Brand new isn't the only way to buy iPads, and if you're willing to buy refurbished, you can score a hefty discount. Apple is offering up to $80 off a range of refurbished iPads on its online store.

Best iPad Air deals

One of the best Cyber Week iPad Air deals we found is on a cellular model from Verizon. We will continue to add new discounts as they arrive on this model.

Best iPad Pro deals

Some of the best tablet deals going on right now are on iPad Pros at Amazon. We’ve found discounts on the 11-inch, 10.5-inch, and 12.9-inch iPad Pros for Cyber Week.

Best iPad Mini deals

The iPad Mini isn’t the most popular of Apple’s iPad range, but we do expect more iPad Cyber Week deals to drop over time. You can see currently active deals below.

How to choose an iPad

Time is definitely running out on Cyber Week iPad deals, but still consider which model is the best one for you. For most people, the run-of-the-mill iPad 10.2 is the best one, so much so we named it the best tablet on the shelves right now. It’s large and powerful enough to make it a pleasure to use for watching the latest must-see shows on Netflix and getting some work done while you’re away from your computer, but cheap enough to appeal to pretty much everyone. If you’re after something a bit smaller and more portable but with the same power, the iPad Mini is the model to choose.

This leaves the iPad Air and the iPad Pro. Let’s start with the latter: If you’re looking for a tablet to replace your computer, the iPad Pro is the way to go. It comes in two sizes — 9.7-inch and 12.9-inch — and has the chops to cope with some intense multitasking action, be it watching a movie and working on a spreadsheet at the same time, browsing the web, and responding to email, or even using two applications side-by-side. The iPad Air, on the other hand, is the answer looking those wishing the iPad 10.2 had a better screen and camera.

How much should you spend on an iPad?

Unfortunately, iPads tend not to get huge discounts, even during major sales events. However, you can still hunt down a bargain for some scattered models, and the basic iPad for $300 or just under is a common deal — and a great tablet, too.

Are any iPad deals too good to be true?

As long as you’re buying from a reputable retailer, you probably don’t need to worry too much about an iPad deal being too good to be true. You don’t really need to worry too much about being pressured into buying a rubbish product, because every iPad is a quality device. Even the oldest or refurbished iPads are good quality, so you’re unlikely to buy a lemon.

But it’s still worth keeping an eye on what you’re buying and why you’re buying it. If you just want a general multimedia device, forking over the big bucks for an iPad Pro is probably overkill. On the other end of the scale, the basic iPad is capable, but you might be better off with a more expensive iPad Air or iPad Pro if you want a high-powered laptop replacement. Make sure you do your research and don’t be rushed into buying by any sales timers.

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