Black Friday 2014 IPad Deals Will Be Amazing

Posted: Oct 17 2014, 6:29am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 17 2014, 6:54am CDT, in News | Black Friday


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Black Friday 2014 iPad Deals will be Amazing

Apple has now the largest iPad line-up ever. Apple announced two new iPads and keeps three older iPads in the line-up creating a wide range of differently priced iPads. Expect huge discounts and bundle deals on the older iPads this Black Friday.

Apple has unveiled two new iPads yesterday with the iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 3. Apple also revealed that the original iPad Air and the original iPad mini stay in the new iPad line-up. This means there are now five different iPads available. I predict that retailers will be offering dramatic deals on the older iPads on Black Friday 2014. Apple will give retailers more room on pricing for the older models. 

Now the iPad starts at $249. That low-cost iPad does not have a Retina display. The iPad mini with Retina Display is now called iPad mini 2 and starts at $299. The new iPad mini 3 sells for $399. The old iPad Air sells also for $399 and the new flagship iPad Air 2 sells for $499.

The Apple iPad deals during last year's Black Friday sale have been already off the charts. Deals included the $479 iPad Air with $100 Gift card at Target, iPad mini with $100 Gift Card at Walmart and a $299.99 iPad 2 at Best Buy.  

On Black Friday 2014 the iPad mini could drop as low as $149 through a $100 gift card bundle deal. The iPad mini 2 should sell for as low as $199. The iPad Air leaves the most room for a knock-out Black Friday iPad deal. We predict doorbuster deals to feature a $349 iPad Air bundled with $100 gift card.

The new generation iPads are likely not seeing very deep discounts. It is possible that there will be $100 gift card bundle deals, but only if Apple has enough supply. The new iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 3 are available for pre-order today on the Apple Store. The new iPads start shipping on Oct. 24.

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When is Black Friday 2014? Black Friday 2014 is on November 28th.
Again Black Friday retailers will have a whole month to market Black Friday 2014 deals and their highly anticipated Black Friday 2014 Ads. We will  bring you extensive news, ads, deals and reviews of all what Black Friday 2014 has to offer and will guide you to the hottest bargains like we did in the past years.

If you have a question about Black Friday, send a message to our Black Friday Expert.

Refer to our Black Friday 2014 Schedule and to the Black Friday 2014 Store Hours to plan your Black Friday 2014 shopping.

The Black Friday sales event is bigger than ever and extends into the steadily growing Cyber Monday sales event. Cyber Monday 2014 will be on December 1, 2014.

Check out the lists of the best Black Friday 2013 Deals the best Cyber Monday 2013 Deals, to set your exceptions to which deals you can expect this year. It is not clear yet if we will see any new hot product trends for 2014. So far it looks like we will again focus on TVs, Tablets and smartphones. Last year the new Xbox One and PS4 did not play a role in Black Friday sales. That will change this year. We will see great Sony PS4 Black Friday 2014 deals and Xbox One Black Friday 2014 Deals.

Check out Black Friday 2014 Countdown to find out how many days are left to wait until Black Friday 2014. New to Black Friday? Check out this in-depth report on the history and secrets of Black Friday.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
Luigi Lugmayr () is the founding chief Editor of I4U News and brings over 15 years experience in the technology field to the ever evolving and exciting world of gadgets. He started I4U News back in 2000 and evolved it into vibrant technology magazine.
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