Sam's Club Launching Member Exclusive Event Tomorrow With Discounts on iPad Pro, Apple Watch Series 3, and More

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Sam's Club is launching a member exclusive one day event tomorrow, December 16, with discounts and promotions on the iPad Pro, Apple Watch Series 3 and Series 2, iPhone X, and a few Beats by Dre products. To gain access to the deals, you'll need a Sam's Club membership, which start at $45/year.

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The sale items will be available to purchase in your local Sam's Club store (beginning at 7:00 a.m. ET) as well as online (beginning at 12:01 a.m. ET), but the retailer noted that there are limited quantities on all items. Some products will see discounts only lasting December 16, while others will run through Christmas.

Below are a few of the Apple products and accessories with promotions or deals at Sam's Club tomorrow (note that the Beats Solo 3 deal is already up):

Although $25 off isn't the best deal we've seen for Apple Watch Series 2 models this season, it is one of the first straight cash discounts on Series 3, which as of yet have only received promotions for store credit of some kind, like at Kohl's on Black Friday. This should knock down the non-cellular Aluminum Series 3 devices to about $305 for 38mm and $335 for 42mm. Cellular models in Aluminum will be $375 for 38mm and $405 for 42mm.

Check out the catalog for the December One Day Only event at Sam's Club for a longer list of products, and then head over to our Deals Roundup for more holiday sales.

Related Roundup: Apple Deals

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35 months ago
Those who go crazy on Black Friday always the trend prices goes downhill until next year. I almost bought a printer during Black Friday and I waited now it’s $20 more cheaper. Price may go back up again but in a month or two price goes down again. I’ve been observing this for years that’s why I never care of Black Friday anymore.
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35 months ago

Wow, thats almost exactly what I was going to post. But in my state it is 9.25%. You would save more in my state by buying from B&H Photo and not paying tax.

Hold on there.
I believe you are supposed to pay the use tax when you file your tax return.

On the other hand, I just got one from the AAFES where it was legally tax free for a total of $428 on the Nike sport+ series 3 42mm. You can also shop there if you have any family members that are in active duty, national guards or honorably discharged veterans.
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