Best Buy is back this week with a new sale on Apple Watch Series 4 models, offering up to $50 off both 40mm and 44mm devices.

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Prices start at $349 for 40mm and $379 for 44mm, both in aluminum and with GPS. You'll also find a few Series 4 models with cellular support, different band styles, and some stainless steel cases.

Apple Watch Series 4 Sale ($50 Off)

Apple updated to the Series 4 in 2018, introducing a 30 percent larger display, thinner case, new watch faces, and ECG support. You can check out even more sales happening this week by visiting our full Deals Roundup.

Buyer's Guide: Apple Watch (Neutral)

Top Rated Comments

ghostface147 Avatar
61 months ago
Same deal from a couple of weeks ago.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
CarlJ Avatar
61 months ago
Make way for the Series 5!
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
pdaholic Avatar
61 months ago
I’ll upgrade from my Series 2 when the 4 gets discounted by $125-150, hopefully that will happen during the holidays. I rather get this discount on a 4 than pay full price for the 5, which I’m sure will only have new features I don’t need.

I only need my watch to be faster, recent WatchOS updates have made my 2 feel very sluggish.
Going from the 2 to the 4, I can tell you the difference is significant and worthwhile.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
javisan Avatar
61 months ago
I’ll upgrade from my Series 2 when the 4 gets discounted by $125-150, hopefully that will happen during the holidays. I rather get this discount on a 4 than pay full price for the 5, which I’m sure will only have new features I don’t need.

I only need my watch to be faster, recent WatchOS updates have made my 2 feel very sluggish.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
CarlJ Avatar
61 months ago
and there will be people happy for that. You? Of course not!
I don't see an observation as necessarily being a complaint.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
harriska2 Avatar
61 months ago
Series 1 doesn’t support cellular. I know you said it works for what you need and I respect that. The cellular aspect makes things very convenient. When you do upgrade, you should consider it. Last time I used it extensively was at a water park. Could communicate with the wife, without having to carry my phone.
The minute I can sync with an ipad or mac and ditch the iphone I’ll upgrade. I hate carrying the phone around.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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