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There's still time to save $100 on this iPad mini Memorial Day deal

Memorial Day iPad mini deal
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Memorial Day is almost over, but one of the first Memorial Day deals we spotted is still live, and it's a good one. The 256GB configuration of the latest iPad mini reduced from $649 to $549 at Amazon (opens in new tab).

The iPad mini may be small, but there's nothing slight about $100 off. This is the 256GB configuration, so it gives you plenty of space to play with on a device that's perfect for working on the go. Don't wait too much longer though, one colour has already sold out at this price. If you don't need so much storage, the 64GB version is reduced by $90 to $409 (opens in new tab).

The iPad mini might not have the sheer power and performance of the larger iPad Pros, but many rate it the most convenient iPad in the family for work on the go thanks to its compact size – you can even comfortably use it to sketch or take notes on public transport. It's more powerful than the standard iPad, so it's just the ticket for a lot of creatives. See our iPad mini 6th gen review for more on why we rate it so highly.

For more Memorial Day bargain, make sure you're following our Apple Memorial Day sale 2022 roundup and our guide to the best Memorial Day Sale 2022 deals overall.

The best Memorial Day iPad deals

2021 iPad mini, 256GB: $649 $549 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $100:
This is close to the lowest price we've seen for the Wifi version of the latest iPad mini, saving you 18% off the price of this super portable tablet in either Starlight or Spay Gray. Hurry because the other colours have gone.

Apple iPad Air 4 256GB: $749 $599.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $150: This isn't the latest iPad Air, but it's another great deal to consider if you think you need a bit more screen space than you get with the iPad mini. Rose Gold is the only  colour left at this price.

2021 iPad Pro 12.9, 256GB: $1,199 $1,099 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $100:
If you need more power and more screen, Apple's latest iPad Pro 12.9 is the best tablet you can buy. Right now, you can save $100 on this 256GB configuration, and larger storage versions too.

2021 iPad Pro 11, 1TB: $1,499 $1,299 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $200:
If you need a LOT of storage space, there's $200 off the slightly smaller 2021 iPad Pro with 1TB SSD. There's also $50 off smaller configurations.

Today's best iPad deals in the UK

2021 iPad mini, 256GB: £619 £589 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £30:
Unfortunately, the best saving in the UK isn't as generous, but you can still get £30 off the latest highly portable iPad mini with 256GB of storage. The 64GB version has £20 off (opens in new tab) as does the 64GB WiFi and cellular (opens in new tab) version.

2021 iPad Pro 11, 128GB: £999 £957.97 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £43:
As for the bigger and more powerful iPad Pro, you can currently save £43 on the 11in version of the tablet with 128GB of storage. Amazon has similar savings on the other configurations too.

If you're not sure which is the best iPad for you, see our guide to the best iPad for help, or check our list of all the current iPad generations. You can also look below for a list of the best current prices in your area across a range of models.

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Joe is a regular freelance journalist and editor at Creative Bloq. He writes, news and features, updates buying guides and keeps track of the best equipment for creatives, from monitors to accessories and office supplies. A writer and translator, he also works as a project manager at a design and branding agency based in London and Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he manages a team of designers, photographers and video editors. He enjoys photography and wellness and also dances tango.

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