Best cheap iPad deals in the UK for May 2024

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Let’s be honest, the iPad, as a standalone tablet, is so far ahead of the competition in terms of hardware, software, and app support, that it’s just getting silly now.

I mean, just take a look at our best tablets list and you’ll see the top three spots are taken by Apple’s slates — and for a good reason. Nothing out there gives you an experience so finely tuned as an iPad, which elevates it above competing tablets that are great for only gaming and binge-watching. 

And thanks to the tablet-centric OS, you can actually get stuff done on an iPad — making it easier for touch operation than the likes of Microsoft's Surface Pro 7. If you’re in the market for an Apple tablet, let us help by finding the best of the rare iPad price cuts.

Oh, and these aren't just discounts on older models. You can now save on the latest iPad Mini, iPad Air and iPad Pro!

Where to find the best iPad deals

Keen to explore all the options available? Let’s start by pointing you in the right direction. When it comes to iPad sales, these retailers are the cream of the discounted crop.

Deals on the latest iPads

Apple 10.2-inch iPad (128GB WiFi): was £319 now £299 @ Amazon

Apple 10.2-inch iPad (128GB WiFi): was £319 now £299 @ Amazon
The big screen entry point into the iOS ecosystem is a great tablet for casual usage, gaming and light productivity — basically, Apple raided the parts bins of previous and current gen models to develop something that is more than good enough for most of you!

Apple iPad Mini 6 (64GB): was £479 now £459 @ Amazon

Apple iPad Mini 6 (64GB): was £479 now £459 @ Amazon
The latest iPad Mini just got a small £20 discount, but every bit of money off counts right — 8.3-inch Retina display, A15 Bionic chip with neural engine, 12MP rear and front-facing cameras and landscape stereo speakers.

Apple iPad Pro 11-inch Tablet: was £749 now £699 @ Currys

Apple iPad Pro 11-inch Tablet: was £749 now £699 @ Currys
The iPad Pro is currently £50 off at Currys. Powered by the same M1 chip found in the latest MacBooks, the 2021 iPad Pro brings blazing performance to Apple's best-selling tablets. The iPad Pro in this deal packs an 11-inch Retina Display, Apple M1 CPU and 128GB of storage.

Apple iPad Air: £569 @ Amazon

Apple iPad Air: £569 @ Amazon
The brand new iPad Air comes packed with an M1 chip for a superpower of sorts! If you don't need all the iPad Pro additions, this is the way to go.

Previous gen. iPad deals

Apple iPad Pro (12.9-inch 1TB): was £1,469 now £1,199 @ Amazon

Apple iPad Pro (12.9-inch 1TB): was £1,469 now £1,199 @ Amazon
Read our 12.9-inch iPad Pro review and you will see why this is a great choice for those who want a tablet as their professional daily driver — a huge and gorgeous ProMotion display with P3 wide colour, A12Z Bionic processor, four speakers and five high-quality microphones, and an awesome camera system round back with a LiDAR scanner. Plus, with a new model incoming, now's the best time to save big!

Best iPad accessories deals

Apple Pencil (1st Gen): was £89 now £69 @ Amazon UK

Apple Pencil (1st Gen): was £89 now £69 @ Amazon UK
Ever looked on with jealousy at those just doodling on their iPad with the Apple Pencil? Its precision and responsiveness make it great for anything from jotting notes to in-depth creative projects.

Apple Pencil (2nd Gen): was £119 now £114 @ Amazon UK

Apple Pencil (2nd Gen): was £119 now £114 @ Amazon UK
Take your creativity to the next level with the 2nd gen Apple Pencil, which sports a great ergonomic design, magnetic charging and improved precise responsiveness.

MOKiN 6-in-1 USB-C Hub: was £29.99 now £22 @ Amazon

MOKiN 6-in-1 USB-C Hub: was £29.99 now £22 @ Amazon
This is a pro-level dongle with every kind of connection you need — from a 4K 60Hz HDMI port and SD/micro SD card slots, to USB-A and USB-C.

UGreen USB-C Hub: was £24.99 now £19 @ Amazon with coupon applied

UGreen USB-C Hub: was £24.99 now £19 @ Amazon with coupon applied
That USB-C port on your iPad Air or iPad Pro is essential to getting work done, as it gives you access to the wide world of USB-C hubs, including this tasty option from UGreen. For under £20 you can add a HDMI, three USB 3.0 ports and an SD card reader.

Logitech Combo Touch for iPad: was £139 now £105 @ Amazon

Logitech Combo Touch for iPad: was £139 now £105 @ Amazon
With a rugged premium design, a precision trackpad and comfortable backlit keyboard with plenty of travel (along with a nice kickstand), this is a great case for getting stuff done on the go on your cheaper iPad.

Logitech Slim Folio Pro for iPad Pro: was £109 now £99 @ Amazon

Logitech Slim Folio Pro for iPad Pro: was £109 now £99 @ Amazon
For under £100, you can pick up this slimline keyboard case for your 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Get a laptop-esque typing experience with a 3-month battery life and durable design to keep your shiny tablet protected.

More iPad Deals

Of course, these are just the best deals, but we haven’t covered all of them. Whether it’s a surprise price drop on a premium model, or a good contract offer on the latest and greatest, our snazzy widget will pick them up. It updates every 15 minutes!

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Jason brought a decade of tech and gaming journalism experience to his role as a writer at Laptop Mag, and he is now the Managing Editor of Computing at Tom's Guide. He takes a particular interest in writing articles and creating videos about laptops, headphones and games. He has previously written for Kotaku, Stuff and BBC Science Focus. In his spare time, you'll find Jason looking for good dogs to pet or thinking about eating pizza if he isn't already.