Apple Watch Series 7 Already Seeing Discounts of Up to $25 at Expercom

The Apple Watch Series 7 just became available for pre-order today, and while there are some carrier deals linked to activating cellular service, we're also starting to see the first straight cash discounts on the new models thanks to Expercom.

apple watch 7 expercomNote: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with Expercom. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.

You'll need to sign into your Expercom account to access the special pricing and some models are already selling out, but in general, you'll see the following prices and availability for aluminum models at the time of publication:

Expercom is currently quoting shipping estimates of 3–6 weeks for new orders, which may not be much different than ordering from Apple considering shipping on some models quickly slipped into November.

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turbineseaplane Avatar
36 months ago

Why these savings? Some products are flawed?
It's all a schtick

Apple overprices everything at MSRP so there is room for "discounts" right away at other retailers.

It's all just to move product

Humans are VERY susceptible to "it's on SALE!! BUY IT!! WOW!"
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Xtir Avatar
36 months ago

I reported this article as spam
And it’s not even subliminal..
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gomichaelgo Avatar
36 months ago
I saw Best Buy had the 45mm ones for $399, the same as the 41mm ones. Seems like a good deal.
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MathersMahmood Avatar
36 months ago
Massive savings.
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BJMRamage Avatar
36 months ago
Expercom generally has discounts on newly released hardware the first couple weeks.
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CE3 Avatar
36 months ago

Expercom generally has discounts on newly released hardware the first couple weeks.
Yeah, and they’re a good company. I’ve ordered Apple products from Expercom before, as well as canceled and changed orders, without any issues. They have actual store locations in Utah and always answer the phone if you need to contact them. Just thought it was worth mentioning since I feel like I’ve read negative speculation about them on here before, mostly about their return policy, which is pretty much the same as B&H. If you get a defective device or have problems I think they’ll take care of you.
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