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Save $50 on the latest iPad mini at Best Buy

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Plus, deals on Switch games and Anker’s do-it-all wall charger

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You can get $50 off of the latest Apple iPad mini at Best Buy, bringing the starting price down to $349. This model doesn’t often see a discount, and this matches the biggest price drop that we’ve seen so far. Every color and storage configuration of the 2019 iPad mini is eligible for the same $50 off discount. To get this price, you’ll need to have a My Best Buy account. Signing up for one of those is free and simple to do.

The 2019 iPad mini looks identical to older models, but it features Apple Pencil (first generation) support, a new and improved selfie camera, and it’s much faster with its A12 processor.

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Anker’s GaN wall charger that doubles as a portable battery pack is significantly cheaper than usual today at Best Buy. Instead of its usual $100 price, it’s now down to $40. This model has a USB-C PD port capable of delivering 30W to any device while it’s plugged into the wall, and its USB Type-A port can output 12W. When you’re on the go, it has a 5,000mAh battery built in to give you some power when you’re away from an outlet. It’s not the most powerful charger or the most capacious battery pack, but it’s a really good price for a model that can do both.

Nintendo Switch games that feature Mario aren’t usually discounted, but the Mario Day celebration that started yesterday is still happening. This means you can save on some must-have Switch titles, which is great if you just got the console or just want to add a few games to your library.

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker
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(This deal is also available at GameStop and Target.)

Super Mario Party

(This deal is also available at GameStop.)

Yoshi’s Crafted World

(This deal is also available at Walmart, Best Buy, and Target.)