There are quite a few notable deals that began today to kick off the new year, starting with discounts on Anker's wall chargers, wireless chargers, car chargers, Bluetooth speakers, and more. Many of the sales don't require a discount code, and these will be lasting for most of January.

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At Costco, members can save on both Apple Watch Series 3 and Series 4 models. Because of their age, Series 3 models have the best discounts, with prices as low as $229.99 for the 38mm aluminum model. Series 4 models are being discounted by about $15 across the board, beating the price of rival retailers like Best Buy and Target. To see the savings, you'll need to be a Costco member.

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If you're close to a Micro Center store, the retailer has Apple's AirPods for $139.99, down from the regular $159.99 price tag. This sale is only available in Micro Center's retail stores, but it's worth it if you are near one, since this discount is one of the better prices we've seen on AirPods recently.

There are also quite a few iPad deals carrying over from 2018 into this year, with offerings from Amazon and B&H Photo. At B&H Photo you'll find the older 2017 models of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, with discounts of as much as $280 off the regular price of each device (including both Wi-Fi and Cellular options).

Amazon has the the latest 11-inch iPad Pro and 9.7-inch iPad models, including Wi-Fi and Cellular devices. A few of these prices are matched at MacMall, and you can find all of the sales in the list below.

2017 12.9-inch iPad Pro at B&H

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11-inch iPad Pro at Amazon

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9.7-inch iPad (2018) at Amazon

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