B&H Photo has just issued a $450 cash rebate on Apple’s 12.9-inch iPad Pro. This 3rd generation model has an abundance of storage at 256GB, with the added benefit of LTE capability. AppleCare is also on sale when bundled with the special Deal Zone.
New record low price
B&H’s latest Deal Zone delivers a record-breaking discount of $450 off MSRP on the 256GB 12.9-inch iPad Pro (Late 2018) in Space Gray.
This model has a Verizon SIM inside, but is unlocked to work with AT&T and T-Mobile as well (a physical SIM card may be needed, please check with your carrier to confirm compatibility). At $849 with free shipping, the 24-hour iPad Pro deal delivers the lowest price available on the spacious tablet that can be paired with the Apple Pencil 2 (sold separately). The iPad Pro can also be bundled with AppleCare, bringing the total savings to $480 off when added together from B&H’s Deal Zone page.
With back-to-school around the corner, it’s a great time to pick up a new device for the student on your shopping list. Shoppers can also select between no interest financing when paid in full within 12 months with the B&H Financing Card or a sales tax refund when shipped to a qualifying zip code with the Payboo Card to further extend the savings.
To snap up the deal, visit B&H’s Deal Zone page and look for the corresponding offer. We’ve also included a few additional iPad Pro deals below that knock up to $500 off 3rd Gen models, with several of the tablets bundled with Apple’s Magic Keyboard.
- 2018 12.9″ iPad Pro (256GB, Verizon Unlocked): $849 ($450 off)
$699 iPad Pro promo with EDU Advantage
2018 iPad Pro + Magic Keyboard bundles
- 2018 12.9″ iPad Pro (512GB, Verizon LTE) + Magic Keyboard: $1,348 ($500 off)
- 2018 12.9″ iPad Pro (512GB, Verizon LTE) + Magic Keyboard & AppleCare: $1,477 ($500 off)
- 2018 12.9″ iPad Pro (1TGB, Verizon LTE) + Magic Keyboard: $1,548 ($500 off)
- 2018 12.9″ iPad Pro (1TB, Verizon LTE) + Magic Keyboard & AppleCare: $1,677 ($500 off)
Find even more 3rd Gen iPad Pro with Magic Keyboard bundle deals…
Don’t forget an Apple Pencil 2