Amazon is the place to be right now if you’re in the market for a new Apple iPad, with the latest 9th-generation model available to buy right now for just $309.
There are no on-screen coupons or discount codes needed for those who want to take advantage of this offer, so place yours like you would for any other product. However, we don’t know when Amazon intends for this deal to come to a close which means that you really do need to place an order soon if you want to be absolutely sure that you won’t miss out.
Amazon would normally sell the iPad for around $330 which means you can now save 6% and $20 without having to do anything special.
Buy: Apple 10.2-inch iPad (Wi-Fi, 64GB) from Amazon: $309 | Original price: $330
This new iPad comes with 64GB of storage, which is plenty for most people, and is nice and fast thanks to the included A13 Bionic chip. You’ll also have access to the App Store that includes tons of games and apps that will turn this tablet into a gaming machine or productivity tablet, whichever suits your needs.
At the time of writing, the iPad has more than 17,800 reviews on Amazon with a combined rating of 4.8 stars out of a possible five. That’s an exceptional score and this is definitely a popular product. And you’re getting yours for a steal.
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