The best iPad Pro deals, sales, and prices in 2023

Apple iPad Pro
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Top-tier tablets are only getting more expensive, so the need for getting the best iPad Pro deals, sales, and prices is only becoming more important than ever. No need to stress, though. Offers do turn up pretty regularly, so there are discounts to be found if you know where to look. That's where our bargain hunters come in.

We were treated to some particularly early iPad Pro deals with the latest generation, with retailers taking $50 / £20 off just weeks after launch in October 2022. Since then, prices have been jumping all over the place but that's great news for anyone after one of the best gaming tablets on the market.

You'll usually find the best iPad Pro deals landing around the end of each one's life cycle, but these devices do get their fair share of air time during holiday sales as well – so now is a great time in that retrospect. As soon as a new model is released, costs naturally plummet (as we saw with the previous 2021 generation), but if you're after a luxury tablet before then it's worth keeping an eye out over the holidays and New Year. 

We're rounding up all the latest iPad Pro deals just below, with our price comparison software checking for the best sales across all your favorite retailers every 30 minutes. 

The best 11-inch iPad Pro deals

Apple iPad Pro 11-inch

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The 11-inch iPad Pro has an MSRP of $799 / £899. We've seen that price teetering by around $100 / £50 in the past, which means there is some wiggle room for more discounts. If you spot a price below $749 or £849 in the chart below, you're onto a winner.

The best 12.9-inch iPad Pro deals

Apple iPad Pro 12.9-inch

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The 12.9-inch iPad Pro kicks things up a notch with an impressive XDR display, but you are paying a premium for the luxury of a larger, upgraded screen. Nevertheless, we usually see this model on sale for around $999 / £1,129 during major sales events, and if you do spot a price lower than this we'd recommend jumping on it sooner rather than later.

Is the iPad Pro worth it?

The iPad Pro will be well worth the investment if you're looking to sink some cash into a long-term device that can take care of a range of high-end apps and demanding programs. That means those on the hunt for a device for some light gaming, streaming, and web-browsing won't find the right value in the Pro line. However, if you're a content creator, or you use media editing apps on a regular basis, the increased processing power, better screen quality, and larger storage options will help streamline your process. 

Can iPad Pro replace a laptop?

The iPad Pro is being taken up by many a user to replace a whole laptop experience. Of course, it should be noted straight from the off that you won't be able to fully replace a Windows experience with an iPad Pro alone. However, now that these devices can take mouse and keyboard input, and offer that powerful M1 chip, it is possible use it in the same way you would a MacBook for everyday tasks and some more demanding apps. 

What is an iPad Pro used for?

The iPad Pro is designed as a high-end tablet for use in media creation and more demanding apps. While all iPads offer the web browsing, gaming, and streaming performance for everyday use, the Pro line carries more powerful processors and larger storage options for power-user use. 

We'd recommend checking out all the latest iPad Air deals and the cheapest iPad Mini deals if you're on the hunt for a lower price tag. We're also rounding up all the best AirPods Pro deals on the shelves now as well.

Tabitha Baker
Managing Editor - Hardware

Managing Editor of Hardware at GamesRadar+, I originally landed in hardware at our sister site TechRadar before moving over to GamesRadar. In between, I've written for Tom’s Guide, Wireframe, The Indie Game Website and That Video Game Blog, covering everything from the PS5 launch to the Apple Pencil. Now, i'm focused on Nintendo Switch, gaming laptops (and the keyboards and mice that come with them), and tracking everything that suggests VR is about to take over our lives.

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