Deals Spotlight: Save Up to $50 When Pre-Ordering Apple Watch Series 5 on Amazon

Amazon is offering customers a chance to save when pre-ordering the Apple Watch Series 5, which is set to be released this Friday, September 20. The retailer's sale is focused on select models of the cellular Apple Watch Series 5, and offers up to $50 off these devices.

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We've listed a few models on sale below, and you can head to Amazon to browse the full sale right here. Readers should note that some of the sales are only for certain case sizes, and some others require you to clip an on-page coupon to get the discount.

Apple Watch Series 5 Pre-Order Discount (GPS + Cellular)


Check out our full Deals Roundup for even more bargains and discounts, including information on iPhone 11 pre-order sales.

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4 weeks ago

I honestly cannot even tell the difference between the stainless steel and the aluminum model. You're literally paying hundreds of extra dollars for a slightly different casing material. It seems nuts to me.

As someone who has owned both a stainless steel and aluminum version, there is a HUGE difference. The case of the stainless steel one is less prone to dents and physical damage, and it’s very difficult to scratch the sapphire-coated screen. I switched from the stainless steel to aluminum with the series 3 and regretted it within a couple weeks.
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4 weeks ago

That’s exactly what I thought. Amazon needs approval from Apple to discount products, yeah? So, Apple already said ‘sure, whatever it takes to sell them.’


did you just make that up?
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4 weeks ago

I’m torn between buying the base sport model and upgrading more frequently or getting the stainless or titanium and upgrading less frequently.

I honestly cannot even tell the difference between the stainless steel and the aluminum model. You're literally paying hundreds of extra dollars for a slightly different casing material. It seems nuts to me.
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4 weeks ago
Does this mean they are not selling well already?
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4 weeks ago
I’m torn between buying the base sport model and upgrading more frequently or getting the stainless or titanium and upgrading less frequently.
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4 weeks ago

That’s exactly what I thought. Amazon needs approval from Apple to discount products, yeah? So, Apple already said ‘sure, whatever it takes to sell them.’

Nonsense. They buy in bulk.
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4 weeks ago

Does this mean they are not selling well already?

That’s exactly what I thought. Amazon needs approval from Apple to discount products, yeah? So, Apple already said ‘sure, whatever it takes to sell them.’
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4 weeks ago
Can't wait for the new design next year. Those bezels are just hideous
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4 weeks ago

I’m torn between buying the base sport model and upgrading more frequently or getting the stainless or titanium and upgrading less frequently.


Yep, I have a Series 1. Wasn't really planning on upgrading, I was going to wait until the latest version of watchOS no longer supported the Series 1 (probably next year,) but I'm a sucker for Titanium (both of my "dumb watches" are Titanium, as is my wedding ring.) I might just go for Titanium now, and then wait for series 10 or something before upgrading again.
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4 weeks ago

That’s exactly what I thought. Amazon needs approval from Apple to discount products, yeah? So, Apple already said ‘sure, whatever it takes to sell them.’


no of course not. this is amazon selling them at a loss, hoping you'll order more stuff, like accessories, at the same time. i would highly doubt that apple has any say on how amazon prices them.
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