Score $100 off an Apple iPad Air (5th gen) ahead of Prime Day

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SAVE $100: As of Sept. 25, you can score an Apple iPad Air (5th gen) for just $499.99, down from $599.99. That's a savings of $100 or a discount of 17%.

Apple iPad Air (5th gen)
$499.99 at Amazon (save $100)

Prime Day may be just around the corner, but why wait when you can get $100 off an Apple iPad Air (5th gen) right now? That's right; you don't have to wait until Prime Day to grab a great deal on this popular tablet.

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As of Sept. 25, you can snag an Apple iPad Air (5th gen) for just $499.99, down from $599.99, at Amazon. That's a savings of $100! Plus, this is the lowest price we've seen this model go for (though it's been listed at this price before).

The Apple iPad Air (5th gen) is available as a 64GB or 256GB model, giving you plenty of storage space for all your apps, photos, and videos. It also comes in five modern colors, including pink and blue. With its sleek design, 10.9-inch liquid retina display, and an M1 chip, this tablet is built to help you get more done, whether for work or play.

This model is compatible with the Apple Pencil and Magic Keyboard, giving you even more opportunity to let your ideas come to life. And, if you're worried about security, the Apple iPad Air (5th gen) features Touch ID technology, so only you can unlock your device and keep your information safe.

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Tabitha Britt is a freelance writer, editor, SEO & content strategist. Aside from writing for Mashable, Tabitha is also the founding editor-in-chief of DO YOU ENDO — a digital magazine by individuals with endometriosis, for individuals with endometriosis. She has a Master's degree in Creative Publishing and Critical Journalism from The New School of Social Research and is currently enrolled in Sextech School. You can find more of her work in various online pubs, including National Geographic, Insider, Kinkly, and others.

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