Best iPad deals including the cheapest place to buy the new Air and Mini models

Apple‘s range of iPad tablets are some of the best on the market.

With newer versions of both the Air and Mini models on the market, there has never been a better time to invest if you are due an upgrade.

Both have powerful new features inside, and externally they are much lighter designs with larger screens.

Prices for the newest iPad Air start from £479, while the newest iPad Mini will set you back from £389.

Apple has also modified its original iPad, the new version comes with a larger 10.2 inch Retina display and prices for the new iPad start from £349.

All the latest models are available from Apple and major retailers like Amazon and John Lewis. They come in a range of colours, from classic space grey to glitzy rose gold, to suit your personality.

Below we have found the best deals on all the current Apple iPad models to help with your search.

Cheapest places to buy new Apple iPads?

In 2019 Apple has launched three new iPads – the 10.5-inch iPad Air, the 7.9-inch iPad Mini and the upgraded original iPad.

Below are prices and the best deals for all the current models in the iPad range, along with some of the latest pay monthly deals.

Apple iPad Mini

The mini is even cheaper

If you’re after compact tablet that packs a punch when it comes to functionality, the iPad Mini is your best bet.

It’s equipped with a 7.9‑inch Retina display, A12 Bionic chip with Neural Engine and the new and improved version also works with the Apple Pencil.

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At just 300g, it’s paper thin and featherlight, making it ideal for anyone who needs a tablet for on the go.

Buy now from Amazon, from £499.99

Apple iPad 10.2 inch

The original iPad has been given a refresh, with the newer version given a larger 10.2-inch screen and a brand new iPadOS.

Inside the tablet is powered by a A10 Fusion chip for faster and powerful processing of applications too.

Buy now from Amazon, from £449

Apple iPad Pro 11 inch

The Pro larger retina display offers superb high quality visuals, and the screen fills up more of the device’s surface area.

It’s thinner than previous models at just 5.9mm wide and also is compatible with Apple’s pencil.

Adding to the premium spec is the A12X chip, which means faster processing and better power efficiency.

Buy now from Amazon, from £669

Apple iPad Pro 12.9 inch

The 12.9 Pro is the larger of the two released by Apple, making this a great option for creatives who need a portable and powerful device to operate apps and programmes for work or play.

It has all the same specs as the smaller Pro, including Apple’s controversial decision to ditch the lightning port we’ve all been accustomed to.

Buy now from Amazon, from £84

Apple iPad Air

A new iPad has suddenly been announced

The lightest of all the iPads, weighing in at just 456grams, the Air is a favourite among professionals.

The new incarnation has a large 10.5inch screen, A12 Bionic chip and supports Apple smart key and pencil accessories, allowing you to make the most of this sleek bit of kit.

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Buy now from Amazon, from £479

Apple iPad pay monthly deals

Apple iPad Air 10.5-inch

Apple iPad mini 7.9-inch

Where to buy refurbished Apple iPads?

Some of the older iPad models are now discontinued by Apple, but are still sold by retailers such as, so you may be able to snap up a bargain there if you don’t mind a refurbished version.

Speaking about the popularity of resale items, Tilda Molho from said “A refurbished smartphone, laptop or appliance is snapped up every 30 seconds on These items are in high demand as shoppers are looking for quality professionally refurbished branded products, which are often up to 50 per cent cheaper than its brand-new equivalent.

“Remember to do your research on the item and seller and if the product isn’t what was described in the listing, you’re backed by ’s Money Back Guarantee.”

Best retailers to buy second-hand and refurbished iPads from:



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