As part of its four-day Labor Day sale, Best Buy is offering Apple's iPad Mini 3 for $100 off from its retail price.
The discount applies to most of the models of the iPad Mini 3, from the most basic 16GB Wi-Fi only model to the most expensive 128GB Wi-Fi and cellular model.
The discounted prices for the iPad Mini 3 from Best Buy, including the original retail price for the devices, are as follows:
16GB Wi-Fi only - from $399.99 to $299.99
16GB Wi-Fi and cellular - from $529.99 to $429.99
64GB Wi-Fi and cellular - from $629.99 to $529.99
128GB Wi-Fi only - from $599.99 to $499.99
128GB Wi-Fi and cellular - from $729.99 to $629.99
Surprisingly though, the 64GB Wi-Fi only version is the only model that did not get the same price cut as the other versions of the tablet. However, all colors of gold, silver and space gray are available for the iPad Mini 3 models that are offered with the $100 discount.
The iPad Mini 3 features a 7.9-inch Retina display and comes with a Touch ID fingerprint sensor. The tablet is powered by an A7 chip with an M7 motion coprocessor, and claims up to 10 hours of battery life.
Customers that are thinking of picking up an iPad Mini 3 should take advantage of the four-day Labor Day sale by Best Buy. Those that do so will be able to enjoy free shipping for the tablets, with the devices sent out the next business day after the order is placed.
It should be noted, however, that Apple is reportedly unveiling the iPad Mini 4 in its upcoming event on Sept. 9, along with the iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPad Pro and the new Apple TV.
The iPad Mini 4 is expected to be adopting the design of the iPad Air 2, according to images of the device that have been leaked. The upcoming tablet is said to be packing a faster series-A processor and will have the capability to run apps on split screens, along with upgraded rear-facing and Facetime cameras.
The new and larger version of the iPad will reportedly be named the iPad Pro, with the tablet geared towards power users and will include support for a stylus using the Force Touch technology.