Amazon and B&H Photo today have a collection of deals on the latest models of the Apple Watch, including the Apple Watch SE and Apple Watch Series 6. Prices start at $259.00 for the 40mm GPS Apple Watch SE, down from $279.00.

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This deal is on B&H Photo, and it's only available in Gold Aluminum with a Pink Sand Sport Band. There are more color options available on Amazon as well, which we've linked in the list below, but note that there are slight shipping delays for those.

There are also a few discounts on the 44mm GPS models, priced at $289.00, down from $309.00. On Amazon, only Space Gray Aluminum with a Black Sport Band is available to ship today; B&H Photo has Silver and Gold Aluminum.

Additionally, there are two deals on the Apple Watch Series 6 in both 40mm and 44mm GPS. You can get the smaller model for $349.00 at Amazon, down from $399.00. The 44mm GPS model is priced at $379.99, down from $429.00. While these aren't the lowest prices we've ever seen, they are the best online right now.

  • 40mm GPS Apple Watch SE - $259.00, down from $279.00 at Amazon / B&H
  • 44mm GPS Apple Watch SE - $289.00, down from $309.00 at Amazon / B&H
  • 40mm GPS Apple Watch Series 6 - $349.00, down from $399.00 at Amazon
  • 44mm GPS Apple Watch Series 6 - $379.99, down from $429.00 at Amazon

Be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

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Top Rated Comments

Mr. Dee Avatar
42 months ago
This is one those Apple device you can always wait out for better deals. By next year, you can likely get a 6 44 mm for 280 or less.
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imola.zhp Avatar
42 months ago

This is one those Apple device you can always wait out for better deals. By next year, you can likely get a 6 44 mm for 280 or less.
Agreed, especially if you don't have to have the latest device. I'm still rocking a 4 sport LTE, at almost 30 months old the battery still lasts almost all day. About once every week I have to let it charge overnight as opposed to just while I'm in the shower and getting ready for the day.
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happydude Avatar
42 months ago
I'm just still disappointed in their battery life. The Apple Watch is a decent lifestyle watch that require frequent charging compared to other smart watching/fitness watches. a basic Garmin can track activity via gps and be a watch for days if not weeks. Apple aesthetics eclipsing function as usual.

and yes, I realize the Apple Watch isn't marketed as a serious sport watch, it just doesn't fit my needs and you'll almost never see one on the wrist of endurance athletes.
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