Amazon can now sell you the 10.2-inch Apple iPad for just $399, a price that is all the more impressive when you remember that this particular iPad comes with 256GB of storage. That’s more than enough for all of your apps and games.
Amazon would normally sell a 256GB iPad for around $480, but right now you can treat yourself and save 17% and $70 without needing to do anything special. You don’t need to enter any discount codes and there are no on-screen coupons required here. All you have to do is make sure that you have the Silver color selected – the Space Gray doesn’t seem to be available at the moment.
Note that we don’t know when this deal is going to end so you do need to make sure that you order this iPad now, before it’s too late.
Buy: Apple 2021 10.2-inch iPad (Wi-Fi, 256GB) from Amazon: $399 | Original price: $480
Gorgeous 10.2-inch Retina display with True Tone
A13 Bionic chip with Neural Engine
8MP Wide back camera, 12MP Ultra Wide front camera with Center Stage
Up to 256GB storage
At the time of writing, the iPAd has more than 38,100 reviews on Amazon with a combined rating of 4.8 stars out of a possible five. That’s an incredible score for a tablet that will do most things for most people, all while running Apple’s popular iPad software.
The iPad comes with Touch ID for authentication and Apple Pay as well as fast 802.11ac Wi-Fi. What more could you need at this price point? Remember that only the silver color seems to be available at this price, though.
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