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Apple iPad mini has $100 off, iPad Air (2022) has $80 off for Prime sale

(Pocket-lint) – Apple has multiple iPads in its portfolio and a number of them are seeing discounts for the Amazon Prime Early Access Sale in the US, including the 2022 iPad Air model and the iPad mini. The iPad Pro (2021) and the entry-level iPad also have discounts.


Apple iPad Pro (11-inch, 2021) - save $250

Apple iPad (2021) - save $60

The iPad Air was refreshed earlier in 2022 with the M1 chip to match the current iPad Pro models and it’s an excellent tablet. It comes in a range of great colours, offers a 10.9-inch display and features uniformed bezels around the display, with Touch ID built into the power button at the top. 

The entry-level iPad has some solid savings too though, while the iPad mini is also a great price during the Amazon Prime Early Access Sale.

If you’re in the market for an iPad and you live in the US, then you’re in luck, as you can see from the deals above. For those in the UK, the deals aren’t as good. There is £20 off the iPad mini, while you’ll find the entry-level iPad for £35 off. There’s also a £30 saving on the iPad Pro (2021), but the deals aren’t as good as the US.

More Amazon Prime Early Access Sale 2022 US deals

There’s more last minute offers around still: 

Writing by Britta O’Boyle.

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