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Best Cyber Monday iPad deals 2020: Apple iPad deals you can still get

Cyber Monday iPad deals
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Cyber Monday iPad deals are still available, lowering prices on all different sizes of Apple's popular tablet. That's right we've found big savings on the iPad, iPad Air, and the ultra-premium iPad Pro.

The biggest Cyber Monday deals on iPads can be found on the older models, but we've also seen some of the 2020 models get discounts as well. Amazon has the 2020 iPad Air with $30 off, and considering how new it is that's actually a very good discount.

While we're still hinting for ongoing Cyber Monday iPad deals, there are also still Apple Cyber Monday deals for you to enjoy. In case you're also looking for AirPods, iPhones, MacBooks, or something else entirely. 

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Cyber Monday iPad deals — top 5 sales right now 

Best Cyber Monday iPad deals and sales 

10.2" iPad (32GB/2020/LTE)

10.2" iPad (128GB/2020/LTE): was $559 now $359 @ Best Buy
Those who want the freedom of an LTE-enabled iPad can save $200 by going with Best Buy and Verizon. With a 2-year contract you cut 36% off the 2020 iPad's price. Different colors have been available at different times, so check Space Gray if Silver and Gold are out of stock.

10.9" iPad Air (64GB/2020)

10.9" iPad Air (64GB/2020): was $599 now $569 @ Amazon
The latest iPad Air has proven so popular that Amazon has had a hard time keeping it in stock. It's available now at the usual MSRP, but could drop again at some point today. If it does, move fast, as the powerful A14 Bionic processor and elegant thin design is making this iPad Air hard to come by. 

iPad Mini 5

iPad Mini 5: was $399 now $349 @ Best Buy
Check store stock. The iPad mini 5's snappy A12 Bionic processor makes it as fast as the 10.2-inch iPad 2020. Plus it can also last a lot of time on a single charge, posting a time of 12 hours and 40 minutes on our battery test. This amazing Cyber Monday iPad deal is for the space gray, silver and gold models.

11" iPad Pro (512GB/2020)

11" iPad Pro (128GB/2020): was $949 now $899 @ Amazon
Those who push their iPad to the limit will want to save with the 2020 iPad Pro. Not only does it tear through work with Apple's insanely fast A12Z Bionic CPU, but its edge-to-edge Liquid Retina display (which features 120Hz Pro Motion technology) offers super smooth visuals. The deal is available after a short break, but while you can secure the low price now, delivery won't be until January, once it's properly back in stock. 

10.5-inch iPad Pro (64GB/2017)

10.5" iPad Pro (64GB/2017): was $779 now $680 @ Amazon
Not to parrot Homer Simpson too closely, but "it's still good, it's still good!" Amazon's got $104 off the 2017 iPad Pro, which is still a great tablet. The Tom's Guide battery test took 13 hours and 55 minutes to drain this iPad Pro of a full charge, making it one of the longest lasting slates ever — plus, it's got a 120Hz ProMotion display, giving you smooth refresh rates. The iPhone 12 and the iPad Air 2020 don't even have that.


11" iPad Pro (128GB/2020): was $799 now $749 @ B&H
Arriving earlier this year was the 11-inch iPad Pro, complete with all the things you like about the iPad Pro in an 11-inch display. Packing in the Apple A12Z Bionic chipset, a 7MP FaceID camera, a 12MP and 10MP dual rear camera, plus USB-C and Apple pencil support.


iPad Pro 12.9" (128GB/2020): was $999 now $949
If you want a larger screen, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro is now $50 off over at B&H. Just make sure to hurry, because these aren't likely to stay in stock for long.

Cyber Monday iPad deals — which iPad should I buy?

Apple's iPad family is now bigger than ever. Currently, these are the models that Apple offers:

The 10.2-inch iPad is the most popular iPad for a reason. It's Apple's mainstream model that's both its most affordable, while offering good bang for your buck. The tablet uses Apple's A12 Bionic processor, giving faster performance that makes the tablet more capable for iPadOS 14's multitasking tricks. It's also going to make your next round in Apple Arcade a bit smoother.

The new 10.2-inch iPad can be used for sketching and drawing, thanks to its Apple Pencil (1st gen) support. For the first time, you can also pair the 10.2-inch iPad with Apple's Smart Keyboard. 

Our iPad Air (2020) review explains why that tablet is the best iPad for most people. It's a lot like the iPad Pro, but its starting price is $200 less. Those perks start with thin bezels and the flat-edge design, but it's also got the support for the top Apple accessories — the 2nd Gen Apple Pencil that's much easier to charge and the Magic Keyboard which is an actual delight to use.

Apple's iPad mini is the smallest tablet in Apple's lineup (as its name implies). It's not light on power, though, as Apple's A12 Bionic chip makes it as fast as the normal iPad. Beloved by many, its portable size makes it ideal for reading, as well as writing emails and browsing social media. And don't worry, its screen is still great enough to watch an episode of one of the best Netflix shows.

Power users, though, will want the iPad Pro. It's available in both 11-inch and 12.9-inch sizes and you'll find better deals on the 2018 model, which is pretty similar to the 2020 edition. The newer iPad Pro does feature slight performance gains found in Apple's octo-core A12Z CPU. Even though its pricey, it's still been the subject of holiday sales. Other cheap iPad deals are available as well, so keep your eyes open for optimal savings.

Henry T. Casey

Henry is a senior editor at Tom’s Guide covering streaming media, laptops and all things Apple, reviewing devices and services for the past six-plus years. Prior to joining Tom's Guide, he reviewed software and hardware for TechRadar Pro, and interviewed artists for Patek Philippe International Magazine. He's also covered the wild world of professional wrestling for Cageside Seats, interviewing athletes and other industry veterans.