The standard 10.2in iPad is the cheapest iPad Apple sells, but you still don’t have to pay full price for one. If you’re looking to pick up a deal on the 2021 iPad (9th gen), then you’ve come to the right place.
You can find great deals if you know where to look – and that’s where we step in! We’ve sorted through all the best places to pick up the 2021 iPad at the best price, so you can get a bargain.
We’ll share everything you need to know about buying the 2021 iPad (9th-gen), including Apple’s price and where you can buy one (retailers and networks). Here are the best deals for the 2021 10.2in iPad.
You can get a discount on all types of iPad if you shop around, so have a look at our best iPad deals round up if you aren’t sure which model you want. You may also like to check out our round up of the best Apple deals
Also, Black Friday deals season isn’t quite here yet, but there may be a second Prime Day just around the corner, if the rumors are to be believed, which could mean we’ll see some good iPad deals on Amazon.
Check the best prices below to see what deals are available.
You might also like to take a look at Amazon which is running its Prime Day sale from July 12 – 13. See our round up of the Best iPad Deals of Prime Day.
Best price for 10.2in iPad
Below are the best iPad 9th gen prices we have seen for a variety of retailers.
9th gen iPad, 64GB WiFi, MSRP $329/£319
You can check out the lowest current prices from a range of major retailers in the automated tables below. Most resellers are sticking to Apple’s very competitive RRP currently for the entry level 64GB model, but we are seeing some deals on the 256GB version.
Price comparison from over 24,000 stores worldwide
Where to buy the 10.2in iPad (9th gen, 2021)
The 9th gen iPad has been suffering from stock shortages, so half the challenge can be finding a retailer that has one in stock. However, there does seem to be more supply now and the 2021 iPad (9th gen) is available to buy directly from Apple US or Apple UK, and a number of other major retailers.
The deals you will see above are generally from Apple resellers rather than Apple itself – Apple very rarely drops the prices. Apple does, however, sell reconditioned iPads in its refurbished store. So you can grab a bargain.
The iPads in Apple’s refurbished store may be ex-display stock, or they may have been returned to Apple due to a fault, but they are fully reconditioned now and come with a full year’s warranty. It’s not like buying secondhand.