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The best iPad, Samsung Galaxy, Fire, Surface, and Pixel tablet deals for July 2020

Tablets are the Jeep Wranglers of mobile devices because a good tablet can do pretty much anything you ask it to do. Tablets help when working from home, reading, or enjoying music or video entertainment. Tablet users demonstrate year after year that they stick with their mobile workhorses even when Smartphones add powerful features and get most of the news coverage. Tablets are also less cumbersome and lighter than laptops. The iPad lineup, the class-leading example, is as good as ever and relatively affordable for Apple products. If iPadOS isn’t your thing, however, you have several alternatives to choose from. Samsung continues to refine the Galaxy Tab line. Amazon’s high-value Fire tablets are a solid choice for tablet buyers, especially Prime members and avid e-book readers. Pixel Slate 2-in-1 tablets bring near laptop performance to the tablet form factor.

No matter which type of tablet you prefer — or if you don’t have a favorite yet and need some help making that decision — we’re here to lend a hand. We’ve rounded up the best tablet deals available online right now. You can also read our quick and handy buying guide below to find the perfect device for your needs and budget. Tablet prices change often, so check back regularly.

Today’s best tablet deals

  • Certified Refurbished Fire HD 8 Tablet 32 GB – with Show Mode Charging Dock$70, was $140
  • $100, was $160
  • Apple iPad Mini 4, 64GB, Space Gray – WiFi (Renewed)$279, was $450
  • Microsoft Surface Go (Intel Pentium Gold, 8GB RAM, 128GB)$423, was $549
  • Google Pixel Slate 12.3-Inch 2-in-1 Tablet$455, was $799
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 with S Pen, 10.5-inch, Black – $580, was $650
  • Microsoft Surface Pro 6 (Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB)$697, was $899
LATEST MODEL

New Apple iPad (10.2-Inch, 32GB)

$299 $329
Expires soon
The 7th-generation iPad hasn't been out long but you can already find it for a great deal. The perennial favorite tablet got an upgrade with a larger screen size, Smart Connector, and iPadOS.

Samsung - Galaxy Tab A (2019) - 10.1" - 32GB - Black

$220 $230
Expires soon
Galaxy Tab A has an octa-core processor and 2GB RAM allows the tablet to switch seamlessly between multiple apps. It holds 32GB of storage, which is just enough for day-to-day use.

Apple iPad Mini 4, 64GB, Space Gray - WiFi (Renewed)

$290 $450
Expires soon
Apple iPad Mini 4 with 64GB of storage. inspected and tested by Amazon suppliers. 7.9-inch Retina display, Apple iOS 9, Dual-Core A8 Chip with Quad-Core graphics, 8MP iSight camera.

Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablet

$140
Expires soon
Calling all parents! No need to give up on eating out at your favorite restaurants. Just buy the Kindle Fire for a happy kid and a happy you!

Google Pixel Slate 12.3-Inch 2 in 1 Tablet Intel Core m3, 8GB RAM, 64GB

$455 $799
Expires soon
With the Pixel Slate, Google attempts to unite the mobile and desktop worlds in a new way. Get 2-in-1 functionality along with savings when you order from Amazon.

Apple iPad (Latest Model) with Wi-Fi + Cellular - 128GB (Unlocked)

$529 $559
Expires soon
Apple iPad with 10/2-inch diagonal display and 128 GB of storage. Wi-Fi and cellular (unlocked). Space Gray. Unlocked.

Apple iPad (Latest Model) with Wi-Fi - 32GB - Space Gray

$299 $329
Expires soon
Wi-Fi only Apple iPad with 32 GB storage and a 10.2-inch diagonal display. Space Gray

Apple iPad Pro (12.9-inch, Wi-Fi, 64GB) - Space Gray (3rd Generation)

$799 $999
Expires soon
Third-generation Apple iPad Pro with a 12.9-inch diagonal Liquid Retina Display, AT2X Bionic CPU with Neural Engine, Face ID, 12MP back camera and 7MP True Depth front camera. Four speakers

Dragon Touch K10 Tablet

$100 $160
Expires soon
The Dragon Touch tablet has a 10-inch diagonal 1280 x 800 HD display and runs on Android 8.1. Power by a quad-core processor. Includes 16 GB of storage expandable to 128 GB, GPS, FM, and 5G Wi-Fi.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e 10.5-inch (4GB RAM, 64GB storage) - Black

$394 $400
Expires soon
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e is the portable and super-light tablet for anyone needing an on-the-go tablet. It has good specs and a beautiful display, and it's yours for a bargain price.

Apple - iPad (Latest Model) with Wi-Fi - 32GB - Space Gray

$279 $329
Expires soon
The 2019 10-inch iPad is definitely the best iPad deal we've seen for a tablet this holiday shopping season.

Microsoft Surface Pro 6 (Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB)

$721 $899
Expires soon
Microsoft Surface Pro 6 convertible tablet and laptop with 12.3-inch display, an Intel Core i5 CPU, 8 GB RAM, and 128 GB of storage. Weights just 1.7 pounds and runs all day on a battery charge.

Microsoft Surface Go (Intel Pentium Gold, 8GB RAM, 128GB)

$451 $549
Expires soon
Microsoft Surface Go convertible tablet and notebook with 10-inch display, Intel Pentium Gold PU, 8GB Ram, and 128 GB storage.

Samsung Electronics Galaxy Tab S4 with S Pen, 10.5 Inch, Gray

$593 $780
Expires soon
It's a year behind Samsung's latest Tab S6, but the Tab S4 is no less capable. It includes the S Pen, DeX desktop mode, and has enough battery life to easily last a day of use.

Apple iPad (10.2-inch, Wi-Fi, 128GB), (Latest Model)

$389 $429
Expires soon
Apple iPad with an A10 Fusion CPU, 10.2-inch Retina display, 128 GB storage, Wi-Fi and cellular, 8MP back camera and FaceTime HD front camera, stereo speakers, and a Touch ID fingerprint sensor

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 with S Pen, 10.5", Black

$580 $650
Expires soon
Our pick for the best Android tablet and the best iPad Pro alternative, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4, has a crisp, colorful display and promises cinematic sound. The purchase comes with the S Pen.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 10.5-inch - 256GB storage - WiFi

$655 $730
Expires soon
If you need a bit more oomph, this upgraded Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 comes with 256GB of storage and space for a MicroSD card, making it the ultimate tablet for a media-hungry user.

Apple iPad

“iPad” has become almost a generic term for “tablet,” a testament to the massive enduring popularity of these Apple devices. That’s no surprise, given that Apple is the company that pretty much put tablets on the map when it rolled out its first iPad almost a decade ago (2020 will mark the 10th anniversary of the original model). Part of this popularity is also due to their value: With the exception of the iPad Pro, iPads are not as pricey as things like iPhones and MacBooks when compared to the competition.

The standard iPad (now in its seventh generation) is remarkably affordable and remains our most recommended tablet for most people. The sixth-gen iPad has been going for $250 pretty much all year, and the new 2019 refresh even dropped that low during Black Friday and Cyber Monday. However, don’t overlook the excellent new iPad Air, which gives the more expensive iPad Pro a serious run for its money, as well as the iPad Mini, which is a tremendous super-portable tablet if you don’t mind sacrificing screen real estate.

The iPad Pro, of course, is the most high-end model in Apple’s tablet stable. It’s expensive, but there’s no denying that it’s Apple’s best tablet, so you’ll have to decide for yourself if the extra juice is worth the squeeze. Be sure to read through our iPad buying guide for a more in-depth breakdown of what models are available to you before combing through the above tablet deals.

Samsung Galaxy Tab

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There are several Android tablet brands on the market today, but as with Android smartphones, Samsung is the biggest name on the playing field. Its Galaxy Tab devices represent the best Android tablets that money can buy in 2019, and like the iPad line, these devices cover a wide range of price points and features.

The Galaxy Tab S-series bears a similar moniker to the Galaxy S phones and occupies much the same space in Samsung’s product line as the company’s flagship tablets. The current-gen Galaxy Tab S6 is great, but it’s also the most expensive Tab model (typically priced somewhere in-between the iPad Pro and iPad Air). Nonetheless, if you’re looking for an Android tablet to pair with a keyboard, the Tab S6 is perfect.

If you’re looking for a more value-priced option, though, then the Galaxy Tab S5e is a great alternative and another one of our favorites. Samsung makes some even cheaper ones as well, such as the Galaxy Tab A — but if you’re looking for a genuinely budget-minded tablet, then you might want to consider opting for one of Amazon’s Fire devices instead.

Amazon Fire

Amazon’s Fire tablets (formerly part of the Kindle line, although they no longer bear that moniker) have come a long way in recent years. We weren’t die-hard fans of them originally, but for the price, they are are hard to beat today. That’s especially true for Prime members who want to take advantage of everything that their Prime subscription offers, such as Prime Video, Prime Music, Audible audiobooks, free e-books and magazines, and the myriad of other stuff Amazon gives its premium customers.

And of course, since they’re tablets, the Fire devices also put a myriad of apps, games, and other software at your fingertips. Did we mention they’re cheap? The seven-inch Fire 7 starts at just $50, the eight-inch Fire HD 8 (with high-definition display) at $80, and the new Fire HD 10 at $150 — and no, those aren’t just sale prices. Even if the currently available tablet deals don’t feature any discounts on Fire devices at the moment, these are still great buys at their regular prices, but be sure to check back often as Amazon marks these down from time to time. We’ll be updating these deals regularly.

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