Top 7 Amazon deals for the week of March 28: Apple AirPods, Mac mini, TurboTax, iPad Air & more on sale – AppleInsider


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Weekly deals on Apple products, high-end audio equipment, gaming gear and even tax software are going on now at Amazon, with cash discounts of up to 75% off. We’ve rounded up our favorites on March 28.
Bargain hunters can check out Amazon’s daily deals on this dedicated sale page, but we’re highlighting our own top picks below.
From iPad deals to 75% off a HiFi Audio DAC with coupon, there’s a lot to choose from. The Nintendo Switch OLED is also back in stock for those looking to pick up the popular handheld gaming console.
Ringing in as the lowest price in 30 days, AirPods 3 are on sale for $149.98 at Amazon. This $30 markdown delivers the cheapest AirPods 3 price available, according to our AirPods Price Guide.
At press time, there is a weeklong backorder delay, so you’ll want to grab a spot in line as soon as possible if you want to take advantage of the AirPods deal.
Get your taxes done ahead of the April 18 deadline with the help of TurboTax software. The Deluxe version, which includes federal and state returns with federal e-file, is on sale for $49.99 when you opt for the Mac download version.
You can also save on the Home & Business + State and Premier + State versions, both of which are $20 off.
Another $30 off at checkout has been added to Amazon’s existing $100 instant rebate, bringing the standard iPad Air 4 down to a record low $469.99 in the Space Gray finish.
Perfect for upcoming Mother’s Day, the 64GB Wi-Fi model has Touch ID and is compatible with the 2nd Generation Apple Pencil, which is in hot demand, but can be found at B&H Photo with free expedited shipping within the contiguous U.S.
Despite being announced mere weeks ago during the March 8 Apple Event, the iPad Air (5th Generation) is already marked down, with the standard 64GB Wi-Fi model discounted to $569.99.
Prefer more storage? The 256GB Wi-Fi model is also $30 off in numerous colors, bringing the price down to $719.99.
Price wars are going on now, resulting in aggressive savings for shoppers in the market for an M1 Mac mini. This model with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage is $30 off at Amazon.
Looking for 16GB of memory? There are Mac mini deals on every single configuration in our M1 Mac mini Price Guide.
Bargain hunters can nab a great deal on the Lavaudio DS600 HiFi Audio DAC Bluetooth 5.0 Receiver via 1MiiDirect on Amazon this week. Normally retailing for $500, the DS600 USB DAC uses two ES9038Q2M chips and is on sale now for $124.99 with promo code 50DXYWI2.
The Lavaudio DS600 HiFi DAC works with both PC and Mac computers. MacBook users won’t need to install any drivers, while Windows users will need to download and install the corresponding driver from the 1Mii website.
A 27% price drop on the 1TB WD Black SN750 SE NVMe SSD is in effect now at Amazon as well. Offering read speeds of up to 3,600MB/s and write speeds of up to 2,900MB/s, the PCIe Gen4 SSD has over 16,000 reviews on Amazon, with 89% of them sporting a 5-star rating.
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AppleInsider and Apple Authorized Resellers are also running specials on Mac and iPad hardware that will not only deliver the lowest prices on many of the items, but also throw in bonus savings on accessories, software and more. Here are just a few of the deals running this week:
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