Deals: Amazon Discounts Apple Watch Series 5 Models by $100, Now Starting at $299

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Amazon today kicked off a new sale on Apple Watch Series 5 models, starting with the 40mm GPS device for $299.00, down from $399.00. This discount matches the previous all-time-low price for this Apple Watch on Amazon, and is one of the best you'll find online right now.

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The 44mm GPS Apple Watch Series 5 is also on sale, available for $329.00, down from $429.00. For all models you can get these devices in multiple colors, including Gold Aluminum with Pink Sport Band, Silver Aluminum with White Sport Band, and Space Gray Aluminum with Black Sport Band.

If you're looking for a cellular model, Amazon also has a few sales for these devices. You can get the 40mm cellular Apple Watch Series 5 for $399.00, down from $499.00. The 44mm cellular model is on sale for $429.00, down from $529.00.

Apple Watch Series 5 Sale on Amazon

The Apple Watch Series 3 is also still being discounted on Amazon for anyone who wants an even cheaper entry point into the Apple Watch family. The 38mm GPS device is available for $179.00, down from $199.00; while the 42mm GPS device is on sale for $209.00, down from $229.00.

Lastly, Best Buy is offering a wide assortment of first-party Apple Watch bands for $10-$30 off original prices. In this sale you'll find Sport Bands and Sport Loops priced at $39.20 ($9.80 off), Milanese Loop for $79.99 ($20 off), and the Classic Buckle/Modern Buckle for $119.20 ($29.80 off).

Keep up with all of this week's best discounts on Apple products and related accessories in our dedicated Apple Deals roundup.

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6 weeks ago
I believe Best Buy will match as well provided the seller is Amazon.com itself.
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6 weeks ago
Got the same deal at Target 2 weeks ago... Plus 5% off with RedCard. As a matter of fact, Target will price match Amazon... so you can get it the 5% off on top of the sale price...
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6 weeks ago


Got the same deal at Target 2 weeks ago... Plus 5% off with RedCard. As a matter of fact, Target will price match Amazon... so you can get it the 5% off on top of the sale price...

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Just to expand on The two requirements-1.) The item has to be in stock for Target to price match 2.) The item has to be shipped and sold from Amazon v.s being shipped from XYZ vendor and fulfilled from Amazon<—Which Target will not price match in that situation.
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6 weeks ago


MacRumors why can I not follow your link? Even copying the link leaves me with an Amazon.ca link for a product not on sale. If I navigate to the US site the product does not exist except for in “used” listings…

Same here, if I click on the link it directs me to the site of Amazon in a European country, I think it's Amazone doing this, not MR.

I had to use an American VPN, I still didn't see prices, was logged in into Amazon, signed out, closed the Tab, next clicked on the link and only then it works.
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