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Scooping up a recently-released Apple product for less than $250? That’s a no-brainer.
iPads are less than $250 at Best Buy right now, with some models discounted as much as $100 off. But a sale this good can’t last forever — or even 24 hours. The killer iPad sale is only happening on Jan. 29, so act fast or you may regret it.
The latest 32GB iPad model is marked down from $329.99, costing a mere $249.99. If you want to up the capacity to 128GB, that will cost you $329.99, down from a retail price of $429.99. The device comes in space gray, gold and silver.
All Apple iPad models have wireless capabilities, with the latest model boasting up to 10 hours of battery life. The device also has support for a Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil, effectively turning the device into a compact laptop. This powerful, lightweight machine can do it all — and costs a fraction of the price of Apple’s laptops.
“I have had several iPads over the years. This is the best yet,” one reviewer says of the model. “The images pop. It is fast. It does nearly everything my desktop does. I use it all day, every day even at work. I even use it instead of my TV to stream TV.”
Another happy owner adds: “Let’s not over-complicate things. If you’re wondering what tablet to get, the answer is almost certainly the iPad.”
There are your glowing recommendations — and even more reasons to buy. Shop the models below to get your new tablet while the sale is still on.
Shop: Apple 32GB iPad with WiFi, $249.99 (Orig. $329.99)
Shop: Apple 128GB iPad with WiFi, $329.99 (Orig. $429.99)
Shop: Apple 128GB iPad with WiFi and Cellular, $459.99 (Orig. $559.99)
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