2021 iPad Pro drops back down to lowest price ever in Amazon iPad deals

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While iPad deals on the brand new 2021 iPad Pro have offered some impressive discounts since release, those sales haven't been too frequent. Today, however, Amazon is offering the 11-inch device with 128GB of storage for just $749, that's $50 off the $799 MSRP

We've seen this price from a couple of retailers before - Walmart, most notably, was offering this record low cost to compete with Amazon's Prime Day offerings in June. However, this offer does run out of stock quickly so if you've had your eye on the latest release we wouldn't wait too long to take advantage of the discount here. 

In fact, it's rare that iPad deals would hit such a new iPad Pro so soon after its release date. The previous generation only saw a comparable discount after four months on the market, whereas the 2021 model was only released on May 21. That makes Amazon's offer all the more impressive this week - a rare chance to save a good chunk of cash on a premium Apple device. 

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iPad Pro 11-inch 2021 (128GB): $799 $749 at Amazon
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The brand new iPad Pro has returned to its lowest price yet at Amazon, now available for just $749. That's an excellent offer considering this is still a recent release and you're getting all the power of the M1 chip in here as well.

More iPad deals

If you're after something much cheaper, you'll find a range of Android tablet deals up for grabs right now. Or to check out the competition, take a look at the latest Samsung Galaxy tablet prices. We're also rounding up all the latest Apple Pencil deals and Magic Keyboard sales as well.

Tabitha Baker
Deals Editor

Tabs is a Deals Editor at TechRadar, bringing you all the latest savings on the tech everyone's talking about and covering deals on gaming, laptops, tablets and more in the US and UK. Happiest with a DualSense controller in her hand, she's also contributed to GamesRadar, Tom's Guide and T3 and specializes in gaming hardware and computing.