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Best Buy has deals on the iPad and iPad Pro

Is it too early to start your holiday shopping? If you think it is, here’s a good reason why you might want to start: Best Buy has deals on the 9.7-inch iPad and the iPad Pro models. These aren’t older models, these are the current versions.

Best Buy also offers a two-year AppleCare plan for $99. If you order an iPad by October 31 or an iPad Pro by November 3, shipping is free. You can also pick it up at your local Best Buy store.

9.7-inch iPad with 128GB (Wi-Fi only): $350

Best Buy is selling the 128GB iPad (Wi-Fi only) for $350. Apple sells this model for $429, so you’ll save $79.

9.7-inch iPad with 32GB (Wi-Fi only): $270

Best Buy is selling the 32GB iPad (Wi-Fi only) for $270. Apple sells this model for $329. That’s a $59 savings.

10.5-inch iPad Pro

Best Buy is selling the different configurations of the 10.5-inch iPad Pro at prices much lower than the regular price.

10.5-inch iPad Pro with 64GB (Wi-Fi only): $525

The regular price of this model is $649. That’s a savings of $124.

10.5-inch iPad Pro with 256GB (Wi-Fi only): $675

The regular price of this model is $799. That’s a savings of $124.

10.5-inch iPad Pro with 512GB (Wi-Fi only): $850

The regular price of this model is $999. That’s a savings of $149.

12.9-inch iPad Pro

Best Buy has deals on the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. You can save a nice chunk of change here. The Apple Pencil is sold separately for $100.

12.9-inch iPad Pro with 64GB (Wi-Fi only): $650

The regular price of this model is $799. That’s a savings of $149.

12.9-inch iPad Pro with 256GB (Wi-Fi only): $800

The regular price of this model is $949. That’s a savings of $149.

12.9-inch iPad Pro with 512GB (Wi-Fi only): $1,000

The regular price of this model is $1,149. That’s a savings of $149.

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