Looking to score a deal on the 10th-gen iPad in 2023? You’re in luck, as we’re rounding up the best 10.9-inch iPad deals from across the internet for you.
Apple’s latest iPad is the biggest update to the entry-level device since its inception. With a design overhaul to match the iPad Air and iPad Pro models that came before it, the new iPad has an edge-to-edge display, flat sides and a USB-C port.
Inside, it’s powered by the Apple A14 Bionic chip and features a larger 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display. The move to a flat-sided design does not, however, mean compatibility with the Apple Pencil 2. Rather, the device maintains support for the original Apple Pencil. Like the iPad Air and iPad Mini, the new 10th-gen iPad supports Touch ID via the top button.
Apple’s 10th-gen iPad starts at $449 and is available now.
What colors does the iPad (10th gen) come in?
Apple brought some colorful hues to the entry-level iPad for the first time with this generation. The four available colors are:
iPad (10th gen) pricing
There are a few configuration options for the 10th-gen iPad. Here’s how US pricing breaks down in full:
- 64GB iPad (10th gen): $449
- 256GB iPad (10th gen): $599
- 64GB iPad (10th gen, Wi-Fi + Cellular): $599
- 256GB iPad (10th gen, Wi-Fi + Cellular): $749
Best iPad 2022 deals
Select 10th-gen iPad configurations are discounted by up to $20 at Amazon with the base-spec model falling to $429. We did see prices as low as $399 for the holidays, so this isn’t the best deal ever, but it beats paying full price elsewhere.
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Like Amazon, B&H is offering as much as $20 off the latest iPad model, dropping the entry-level configuration down to $429. Buyers can use B&H’s own Payboo credit card to save on the tax, too.
Despite having offered as much as $50 off previously, Best Buy isn’t currently providing a direct discount on Apple’s latest iPad, though you can get up to $95 in free Apple services there. The retailer is bundling in four months of Apple Music and Apple News Plus as well as three months of Apple TV Plus, if you’re a new or returning subscriber to those services. (Apple itself offers three months of Apple TV Plus, Apple Fitness Plus and Apple Arcade with a new iPad.)
Target is listing the iPad 10th-gen at its full retail price right now (or, to be exact, 99 cents more), though it has knocked as much as $49 off in the past. Target RedCard holders can, however, take 5% off the purchase, which adds up to $22.50 off the base spec model.
Go straight to the source for your 10th-gen iPad where you can choose the exact configuration you want and even get it engraved for free. Apple won’t be discounting the device, but you can pay in installments if that suits your budget better and get 3% cash back if you pay using your Apple Card, which amounts to $13.47.
Walmart isn’t currently discounting the 10th-generation iPad, though it has offered savings in the past. We’ll keep tabs on pricing here.
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In need of a cellular iPad? Verizon is a good place to pick one up with $100 off on any plan. Alternatively, you can save $200 on the iPad when bought alongside an iPhone or you can trade in your old tablet for as much as $180 off.