Deals: Apple Watch Series 7 Discounted by Up to $40 in Amazon's New Sale

Amazon today is offering a big selection of Apple Watch Series 7 at a discount, including both GPS and cellular models. Every model is shipped and sold directly by Amazon, with stock available for shipping today for most devices.

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Prices start at $369.00 for the 41mm GPS Apple Watch Series 7, down from $399.00. This sale price is available in five colors, and it's a second-best price and so far the best price we've seen in 2022.

41mm GPS Aluminum

You can also get the 45mm GPS Apple Watch Series 7 on sale, available for $399.00, down from $429.00. Similar to the smaller model, this is a second-best price and one of the best prices that we've tracked on the wearable so far in 2022.

45mm GPS Aluminum

Last is a group of cellular models, with both 41mm and 45mm devices getting discounts this week on Amazon. These sales aren't as extensive as the GPS Series 7 models, so you'll only find a few colors marked down for the 41mm cellular option.

41mm Cellular Aluminum

However, all aluminum colors are available for the 45mm cellular Apple Watch Series 7. For all Apple Watch sales listed in this article, only Amazon is currently offering these discounts, so be sure to check out the offers soon if you're interested.

45mm Cellular Aluminum

Head to our full Deals Roundup to get caught up with all of the latest deals and discounts that we've been tracking over the past week.

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Top Rated Comments

ineedanaccont Avatar
28 months ago

My questions is about Stainless Steel vs. Aluminum. I have a series 4 stainless steel that has held up very well other than the battery is really losing it's potency as battery health is at 83%. So I am thinking of a series 7 now that the rumors are saying there will be no ground breaking health monitors next year. So to save some bucks, I was wondering how much of a downgrade, if any, there is if I go to the aluminum from the stainless steel? I am pretty gentle with my watch and take good care of them.

Thanks for any thoughts,.
If you're happy with the watch and your only concern is the battery you can get it replaced for $79.00.
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Mr. Dee Avatar
28 months ago
Geez, these Apple Watches are stinking expensive! I think even when my Series 3 stops getting updates I won’t be rushing to get a new one.
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Gator5000e Avatar
28 months ago
My questions is about Stainless Steel vs. Aluminum. I have a series 4 stainless steel that has held up very well other than the battery is really losing it's potency as battery health is at 83%. So I am thinking of a series 7 now that the rumors are saying there will be no ground breaking health monitors next year. So to save some bucks, I was wondering how much of a downgrade, if any, there is if I go to the aluminum from the stainless steel? I am pretty gentle with my watch and take good care of them.

Thanks for any thoughts,.
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Moonlight Avatar
28 months ago

Geez, these Apple Watches are stinking expensive! I think even when my Series 3 stops getting updates I won’t be rushing to get a new one.
They are $30 more than the original Apple watch series 0. I can see how you would be outraged by *checks notes again* $30...
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Gator5000e Avatar
28 months ago
Thanks. Might be worth it for $79 as my series 4 still does everything I need it to!
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siddavis Avatar
28 months ago

My questions is about Stainless Steel vs. Aluminum. I have a series 4 stainless steel that has held up very well other than the battery is really losing it's potency as battery health is at 83%. So I am thinking of a series 7 now that the rumors are saying there will be no ground breaking health monitors next year. So to save some bucks, I was wondering how much of a downgrade, if any, there is if I go to the aluminum from the stainless steel? I am pretty gentle with my watch and take good care of them.

Thanks for any thoughts,.
I literally just got my S7 yesterday. I thought I was set to get SS this time because of the hints of color on the aluminum models, but still decided to go with the midnight aluminum. I am very pleasantly surprised by how black it is vs my much "gray-er" S4 space gray model. I really don't see the hints of blue at all that are apparent in the marketing photos.

I have had S0, S2, S3, S4 and now S7 all aluminum models, and only the S4 ever showed a screen scratch. None of my cases ever showed wear. It really just depends on how often you are in situations to scratch it. But it only takes one time! IMO I will probably only ever get a SS model if it is used. These things are expensive enough and I don't see $xxx extra value when the internals are the same. Just my two pennies...
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