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Apple’s most affordable iPad is even cheaper at several retailers

Apple’s most affordable iPad is even cheaper at several retailers


Plus, buy a OnePlus 8 Pro, get an Urban backpack for free

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Starting at $329, Apple’s most affordable iPad model comes at a very attractive price — but if you have been holding off in the hopes of buying it at an even better price, your patience has paid off. At Amazon and Walmart (in select colors), you can buy a 32GB model for $299; you can also get it for $300 at Best Buy. This is the lowest price we have seen for this model to date. If you need a little bit more storage, you can grab the 128GB model at Best Buy for $380.

While its design looks similar to its predecessor, the 2020 iPad model features a faster A12 Bionic processor.


Apple’s new eighth-generation iPad with 32GB of storage looks exactly like the previous iteration, but it has a faster A12 Bionic processor.

Over at OnePlus’ website, now until February 17th, the company has a few discounts going. Most notably, you can grab an unlocked OnePlus 8 Pro with 12GB of RAM 256GB of storage for $799 ($200 off). If you buy the phone directly from the OnePlus website, you will also receive an Urban backpack at no additional cost.

OnePlus 8 Pro

$99920% off

OnePlus’ current flagship smartphone has a 6.78-inch 3168 x 1440 screen and a 120Hz refresh rate.

Ori and the Blind Forest and its sequel, the Will of the Wisps, are 2D Metroidvania platformer titles known for their stunning visuals. Both games are available on Microsoft’s subscription service, Xbox Game Pass. If you don’t have a subscription or want to own the games in your digital library, you can grab Ori: The Collection for $12 at the Microsoft Store — that's roughly $24 off its usual price of $35. The compilation includes both titles and is compatible with the Windows PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X / S.

Ori and the Will of the Wisps

A compilation featuring copies of Ori and the Blind Forest and Ori and the Will of the Wisps.

Sling TV, Dish’s streaming service, recently increased its price to $35 per month. If you are interested in trying the service with no strings attached, Sling TV new customers free viewing between 5PM ET and midnight until February 14th. No credit card is required.

Additionally, if you’re a new customer and want to continue using the service, Sling TV is offering a $25 discount on the first month if you decide to purchase a Sling Orange or Blue package. Alternatively, you can choose an option to receive an AirTV Mini at no additional cost if you shell out $35 in your first month.

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New users can get $25 off their first month