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Apple M2 12.9-inch iPad Pro On Sale for 50% Off! [Lowest Price Ever]

Apple M2 12.9-inch iPad Pro On Sale for 50% Off! [Lowest Price Ever]

Posted February 6, 2023 at 2:57pm by iClarified
Apple's new 2022 M2 12.9-inch iPad Pro (128GB) is on sale for 50% off today! That drops its price from $1099, to just $555.99, by far the lowest price we've ever seen.

Astonishing performance. Incredibly advanced displays. Superfast wireless connectivity. Next-level Apple Pencil capabilities. Powerful new features in iPadOS. The ultimate iPad experience.

Apple M2 12.9-inch iPad Pro On Sale for 50% Off! [Lowest Price Ever]

● Brilliant 12.9-inch Liquid Retina XDR display with ProMotion, True Tone, and P3 wide color
● M2 chip with 8-core CPU and 10-core GPU
● 12MP Wide camera, 10MP Ultra Wide back camera, and LiDAR Scanner for immersive AR
● 12MP Ultra Wide front camera with Center Stage
● Stay connected with ultrafast Wi-Fi 6E
● USB-C connector with support for Thunderbolt / USB 4
● Face ID for secure authentication and Apple Pay
● Go far with all-day battery life
● Works with Apple Pencil (2nd generation), Magic Keyboard, and Smart Keyboard Folio
● iPadOS 16 makes your iPad even more capable with powerful new productivity and collaboration features

This deal will not last. Grab the discount while you can at the link below!

IT'S BACK IN STOCK AS OF 10:00 AM EST February 6, 2023!

Sold out again as of 10:38 AM EST February 6, 2023. We'd advise checking back through the day as Tiger Direct has refilled stock on this deal.

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Apple M2 12.9-inch iPad Pro On Sale for 50% Off! [Lowest Price Ever]

Apple M2 12.9-inch iPad Pro On Sale for 50% Off! [Lowest Price Ever]
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nicoeme - February 13, 2023 at 7:23pm
Since the firt day of "deal" and my order has been cancelled i never recieve the money back!!!!
nicoeme - February 13, 2023 at 7:26pm
Since 02/04/2023 my order is Cancelled and i never my money came back!
LeoNyx86 - February 10, 2023 at 4:24pm
Where is the 1 gigs pixel camera with infinite zoom and viewing angles? And holographic glass displays, for all angles and distances? They should have a maze runner periscope lens and spectrometer. There should be wearable clean and stylish visors to display 100 meter screens or objects. Interactive augmented and virtual reality. Where are the Digimon!! Entities that live in cyberspace but inhabit the physical and can interact with many digital avatar objects. Meta-verse in the real verse.
lucation - February 9, 2023 at 3:26am
Really, iClarified? Seriously? You’re either part of this scam and unlawful false advertising only God knows how and why, or you’re too neglecting and careless to, at the very least, check the information you promote, especially when tons of Apple users like me TRUST your posts and respect your work. Your notification last Saturday night about this very same deal by this fraudulent, unreliable and lying “business” caused me (among many other people) to fall for a deal that was not legit, yet the total amount falsely quoted for 2 units of this scam advertisement was collected from my credit card. I even received a CONFIRMATION EMAIL that reads: “Thank you for your order, XXXXXXXX! We’re pretty speedy when it comes to processing orders so if you need to change anything, give us a quick call at 1-888-278-4437. Keep an eye out for your shipment confirmation…you’ll have your order in no time! Hope to see you again soon, TigerDirect Business A confirmation email in addition to the amount deducted for such order are more than enough evidence for any customer to believe and consider the fulfillment of this purchase as valid, reliable and honest. I made decisions based on this purchase such as returning and cancelling the iPads I purchased as part of a great deal with another company, a legit and serious one. I even saw the same promotion available 48 hours after my purchase, and you announced that one on your website, too. By that time, I had no idea this was a scam, a false deal. Maybe iClarified was not aware of that either by the time you promoted this offer again on Monday, with screenshots and details. I am glad I called TigerDirect only to confirm the items would be shipped in time that day, because I even paid for a pricy express shipping and was counting on having these iPads with me by Tuesday, as stated in the shipping option chosen and paid for. Well, hadn’t I called with this inquiry, I am not aware of when these liars were planning on notifying all the customers who had fallen for it. They informed me it had been an “error”, a “mistake on their end”, and by stating they clearly warn customers on how they do not take any responsibility or charge when “false” and ”misleading advertising practices” such as this one occur, just because they say so. Ridiculously incorrect and dishonest on their end, but it also applies to anyone who SUPPORTS and PROMOTES these unverified deals, just like YOU did, not only once or twice, but at least 3 times, based on my own records. Indeed, right on this very same article first published by iClarified on Saturday night, warnnings were posted as comments by customers like me who were victims of this trap. How come not only did you not take the time to read what your fans are saying about this hard-to-believe offer so that it helps prevent others from believing it (any serious, reliable business would bother to investigate the nature, credibility and success of this posted referral, but you also insisted in let people know of the moments this offer was available online until the second it was sold out. I am extremely disappointed and frustrated that a source of information I truly admired and was a fan of did this with not a single attempt to apologize to the victims of this fraud who consider you seriously reliable. The fact that this was a scam was all over the internet, even ON YOUR VERY OWN WEBSITE right on here, and still you showed how much you care. It is shocking and unjustifiable that TigerDirect “made a mistake” the night I fell for their scam. A mistake does not present a second and a third occurrence when the action is honest and transparent. I could notice that also in the way I was treated over the phone by Richard from TigerDirect‘s “Customer Service” line, who couldn’t have cared less about my reaction and frustration when he informed this terrible news. I firmly demanded to speak to a Supervisor or Manager, waited in line for ever until Gilbert became available as he was on the phone with other customer (I am sure it was another victim), and yet I am still waiting for that communication. They collected and already had my information, and I made it clear on 2 different calls that I wasn’t taking no for an answer, that it was extremely important due to the shameful nature of their illegal activity, for which no reasonable or coherent response was uttered in front of this deal being published “by mistake” twice already by the moment I spoke to them. How evident can they be? It’s so misleading that iClarified does not take back what they did (intent or no intent, there are no valid excuses when you clearly haven’t even tried to do a serious and reliable job at communicating and informing people on your site, period!), but instead continues to promote and vouch for false advertising. I personally will proceed with all the corresponding legal action after collecting so much unarguable evidence and by speaking to professionals (luckily for me, not for them, I come from a family of successful lawyers who specialize in this matter, and I speak from knowledge and experience, unlike them). TigerDirect might ignore me, just like with so many other victims of their falsehood, but they also ignore some laws and the specific FACTS that can and will bring them down as a business (not the first time big legal issues are on their table), setting them back the amount worth of all the iPads orders they failed to fulfill and decided to cancel after lying to people at least in 3 different opportunities within the past 5 days. And that’s only a percentage of the price they will have to pay for being dishonest and fraudulent. So, please, iClarified, make this unfortunate participation of yours in this entire ordeal right. You cannot just look away after what I want to believe was negligence and a honest mistake on YOUR end.
onereader - February 9, 2023 at 4:32am
As stated before, if you can and have the right people behind to support/advise/help go ahead and make them pay. I understand they lost market share due to inflation, supply issues, Amazon and others but they (Tigerdirect or others) can’t start behaving like those scam emails.
TheMrJazzMan - February 7, 2023 at 1:05pm
Always out of stock
nicoeme - February 7, 2023 at 1:28pm
Don't worry it's fake.... Target Cancel my order... because it was an "error" !!! By the way I'm waiting my money back as fast they charged on my credit card amount!!!
lucation - February 6, 2023 at 7:20pm
I just got off the phone with Richard, from the “CS Support” line at TigerDirect regarding the order I SUCCESSFULLY PLACED (email confirmation received as well) AND GOT CHARGED FOR on my AMEX. They are telling me that this was a mistake, a “glitch” on their end, as they did not have that 50% off deal on this iPad Pro as published, and that they are NOW canceling all orders placed over the weekend for customers like me who were affected by this false and misleading advertising procedure —regardless of there being intent or no intent behind this advertised promotion, per consumers’ law—. What shocks me the most is that the “mistake” took place at least twice within the last 48 hours, because, as iClarified posted earlier today, this morning TigerDirect released the same promotion again and made it available online for a few minutes until it “sold out”. How come they can be so sloppy and careless with such “error” that affects the consumers? Their justification relies on the fact that they disclose on their website that this incident may happen. Basically, if you get charged for something they inaccurately advertised and even charged you for, they “reserve the right” to cancel the order and refund the money without honoring the promotion. That’s when they get in trouble. They speak about their rights at the same time they are ignoring the fact that the customer also has rights, and that we are protected by laws that they are evidently breaking. I might not receive the two iPads Pro that I purchased and paid for, and I will probably receive my refund in a few days after they cancel my order, which they haven’t yet, but I am positive I will succeed and win this case in Court, which will get me way more than what two iPads Pro are worth. I will never use or trust this company ever again, and I will do my very best to bring them down the way they deserve, with all the legal and formal due procedures. I trust and respect the fantastic work of iClarified, and I truly hope you guys don’t recommend or refer your users to this fraudulent business ever again, please. Thank you.
dpp203 - February 7, 2023 at 4:42am
I got scammed too . I was thinking placing a claim in small claims court for those sneaky guys .
lucation - February 7, 2023 at 5:11am
That’s exactly the procedure and we are fully covered by the consumers’ law. Don’t let it go, go against these fraudulent people and you’ll win. I was assisted by my lawyers today,
onereader - February 7, 2023 at 3:35pm
I wish you will have success. They need to learn their lesson. You can’t just bring people to your store by false advertisement and then just say you are sorry. I’m sure it wasn’t just a glitch (as it happened twice). Make them pay!
lucation - February 9, 2023 at 3:30am
It happened at least 3 times already and I have unarguable evidence thanks to the “support” and “promotion” performed by iClarified when notifying users of the exact moment this fraudulent deal was available online. Does anyone have the guts to call this a “mistake”? Right, let’s see how the Court is not stupid as TigerDirect thinks customers are, until they messed with the wrong people who abide by the LAW and will proceed to bring them down.
nicoeme - February 6, 2023 at 7:15pm
I hope so!!!!!
nicoeme - February 6, 2023 at 6:45pm
I too have been scammed by this misleading advertising. I spent two hours on tephene, from TargetDirect and I find myself at the end of the tunnel with a system error, two ipads charged me as I requested, to my card and now nobody tells me what is going to happen!!!!
JAYBRO - February 6, 2023 at 7:13pm
I would calm down. Yes, you probably were charged, but after a few days check your bank as those charges will disappear. You are good, and will get your money back.
lucation - February 6, 2023 at 7:21pm
The refund is not the issue here. The false advertising procedure is.
JAYBRO - February 6, 2023 at 7:33pm
JAYBRO - February 6, 2023 at 6:01pm
I chatted with TigerDirect and they say its a price error, and anyone who ordered were placed on hold, and are ultimately not fullfilled. Too bad!
Ernie12 - February 6, 2023 at 3:12pm
Wow. This is an amazing deal. I wonder if they'll actually ship.
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