It seems that people have done away with most of their Christmas shopping earlier this year than ever, with all the prompts to ship their Christmas presents earlier than they usually would have. And this seems to have led to some unseasonal tablet sales.
So it’s just a week after Cyber Monday, but actually several tablet deals have sneaked back online again, and not just on stocking fillers either.
We’ll update this December tablet sales list until the end of the year, as tablet deals come and go. But right now, here’s the tablets you can save money on.
(UPDATE 1: Surface Pro X Prices Cut By $200)
(UPDATE 2: New End Of December Tablet Deals – Including iPad Accessories)
All Amazon Fire tablets are back on sale today, starting from $39 for the 7-inch Fire 7, 65 for the Fire HD 8, $85 for the higher capacity and wireless charging tablet Fire HD 8 Plus, and $110 for the Fire HD 10. All the Kids Edition tablets are on sale too.
The Android 10 updated Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e is also on sale right now with a new record low price of $339.
The 10.4-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 is still on sale for $149, despite quad speakers and its other features.
The more productivity geared Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is also still on sale for $249, with the S Pen digitizer included.
The 12.3-inch Windows 10 tablet Surface Pro 7 starts at $595 now as well.
The best Android tablets in the world, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ are both $100 off for a limited time before Christmas.
Apple’s very powerful new iPad Air is up to $50 off in this holiday deal.
The two iPad Pro models at 11 inches and 12.9 inches are up to $100 off in this December sale.
Even the entry level iPad, the upgraded new Apple iPad 10.2 is 9% off, with free shipping hopefully in time for Christmas.
The water resistant and rugged Android tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab Active PRO 10.1 is on sale for the first time ever, with 20% off.
And finally we have the 13.5-inch Windows tablet Surface Book 3 on a holiday sale too, with a massive $350 just before Christmas, making this the largest price cut for a tablet in December.
– Tom Bowen