Deals Spotlight: B&H Photo Discounting Large Selection of Apple Watch Series 3 Models

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B&H Photo has kicked off the week with a new sale on Apple Watch Series 3 and Series 4, discounting select new Series 3 models by as much as $380. Both Aluminum and Stainless Steel models are available in the sale, and some of the Apple Watches even come with a free third-party band or screen protector.

The biggest discounts in the sale are for Stainless Steel models, like the 42mm GPS + Cellular ‌Apple Watch‌ Series 3 (Space Black Stainless Steel and Space Black Milanese Loop) for $399.00, down from around $779.00. You can browse the rest of the models on sale in the list below.

‌Apple Watch‌ Series 3 (38mm GPS + Cellular)

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‌Apple Watch‌ Series 3 (42mm GPS + Cellular)

Additionally, B&H Photo is matching (and slightly beating) discounts on the Apple Watch Series 4 going on right now at Amazon. At B&H Photo you can get the 40mm Aluminum Series 4 for $384.00, down from $399.00, and the 44mm Aluminum for $414.00, down from $429.00. On Amazon, the same ‌Apple Watch‌ models are $384.99 and $414.99, respectively.

B&H Photo also has discounts on Stainless Steel Series 4 models, Nike+ models, and different band options. Head to the retailer's website today to check out the full sale. You can also visit our full Deals Roundup to keep track of all the sales going on this week, including a new $100 iTunes gift card discount on eBay that just kicked off this morning.

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20 months ago

I still don't get this, paying $300-400 more for stainless instead of aluminium with just a a milanese loop and safire glass, that watch should cost just a $ 100 more, way overpriced, but hey, Angela needs to get her salary/bonus paid by something.

Well this sale it’s only $100 more,definitely worth it
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20 months ago

Unless you really need standalone cellular, its an expensive feature to pay for (let alone the monthly cost if you want it activated) compared to the non cellular version - but here you almost get it for free on some of them.

Well some people aren’t buying it for the cellular, but for the Stainless Steel and sapphire screen. Just don’t activate the cellular plan.
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20 months ago
God damn I wish these shipped to Canada.
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