This iPad Mini Deal Is Going to Sell Out Fast on Amazon Prime Day

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We know shoppers love finding great deals on clothes, books, tech, and additional products they enjoy. Likewise, shoppers are conscious about their spending habits and tend to make a budget they can stick to. So when a really good deal is announced, we at Reader’s Digest want you to know about it. Instead of waiting for the holidays or a specific time of year to buy products, there’s Amazon Prime Day. We want our readers to know about the best deals, and that’s why we want to tell you about the iPad mini.

What is the iPad mini?

You’ve probably heard of or seen photos of the iPad, the regular-sized tablet by Apple. But do you know how great the Apple iPad mini 5 is? Originally priced at $399, the 64GB iPad mini from 2019 is now priced at $349 for Amazon Prime Day with $50 in savings. If you’re looking for a good price, convenience, durability, and decent battery life, then the iPad mini 5 with its 7.9-inch Retina display is for you. Here’s what else you can expect from Amazon Prime Day 2020. 

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What is Amazon Prime Day?

Amazon Prime Day began in 2015 as a one-day sale and a celebration of Amazon’s 20th anniversary. In the five years since that point, Amazon Prime Day has expanded to 48 hours of deals and incredible savings. The day is so popular that the deals now seem to rival those of Black Friday and the end of year holidays. Amazon Prime Day is available to Amazon Prime members, who can take advantage of these 17 Amazon Prime benefits you might not know about. Don’t worry—if you’re not a member yet, you can sign up to be an Amazon Prime subscriber for $12.99 a month. This year, after having the date moved around, Amazon Prime Day is on Tuesday, October 13 and Wednesday, October 14th. Now, arm yourself with these Amazon shopping hacks, and get ready to snag some deals this Amazon Prime Day.

Madeline Wahl
Madeline Wahl is a Digital Associate Editor/Writer at RD.com. Previously, she worked for HuffPost and Golf Channel. Her writing has appeared on HuffPost, Red Magazine, McSweeney's, Pink Pangea, The Mighty, and Yahoo Lifestyle, among others. More of her work can be found on her website: www.madelinehwahl.com