Deals Spotlight: Best Buy Discounts Apple Watch Series 4 Models by $50 (Starting at $349)

Friday May 3, 2019 7:03 AM PDT by Mitchel Broussard

Best Buy is currently offering Apple Watch Series 4 models for $50 off in a new sale, which also includes special cellular offers for Verizon customers and an ongoing Apple Watch trade-in program offer. The main sale discounts the brand-new aluminum Apple Watch Series 4 in 40mm to $349.00, down from $399.00.

The event includes dozens of Series 4 models with various bands, case finishes, and sizes. You can find some of the Apple Watches on sale in the lists below, and be sure to head to Best Buy to browse the full event and place your order before it ends. As a note, many of the prices are also being matched at Amazon.

Best Buy's Apple Watch Series 4 Sale

Aluminum Case + GPS

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Stainless Steel Case + GPS

For Verizon customers looking to purchase two cellular Apple Watch models, you can buy one select Apple Watch and save up to 50 percent (up to $190) on the second. This offer includes Series 3 and Series 4 devices and requires at least one new line. You can find more details about the sale right here.

Best Buy shoppers also have a chance to trade in their old Apple Watch toward a new Series 4 model and get as much as $100 for the current device. This offer and many more discounts and bargains in Best Buy's Apple Shopping Event are still live, including a notable sale on the latest MacBook Air.

For even more discounts, head to our full Deals Roundup.

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12 months ago
Well, the sale is all it took. My wife and I each have an Apple Watch 4 now. She went with the 44mm gold aluminum model and I went with the 44mm stainless space black. I guess I should start looking at bands too.
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12 months ago
Of course I just ordered two 40mm for mother’s day off of B&H last night for $384..save tax and shipping at least I guess
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12 months ago
Well they finally got me. My Apple Watch series 0 is still hanging in there, but slow and hard to use. I have been refusing to upgrade on principle because I want realistic looking watch faces. But my bands are wearing out so I need a new one, and that, combined with $50, well I couldn't resist. Had a stainless steel and bought the space grey aluminium. I like it so far. The extremely light weight combined with the nylon band really makes it feel like you dont even have anything on. I just hope the screen holds up.
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12 months ago

I ended up buying an older Garmin Forerunner 235 instead of the Apple Watch. I just want something to keep track of my fitness and tell me how fat I am without being locked into the iPhone ecosystem and having to charge daily.

I had a series 4 and exchanged it for a Garmin Fenix 5. Battery life is way better and I had two weird shut downs during long runs which made me go for the more reliable sports version. It has many functions the Garmin does not have but if sports is your focus Garmins are second to none.
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