Deals: New Record Low Prices Hit Apple Watch Series 7, Starting at $329.99

Amazon today has introduced a new batch of all-time low prices on the Apple Watch Series 7, starting as low as $329.99 for the 41mm GPS models. These sales reach up to $69 off, and in every model listed below you'll find record low discounts. Below we focus on the aluminum versions of the Apple Watch, but Amazon is also offering $69 off a few stainless steel models.

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41mm GPS Aluminum

Starting with the 41mm GPS Apple Watch Series 7, this model has hit $329.99 in all colors, down from $399.00. This is now beating the previous all-time low price by about $10, and only Amazon is offering this steep of a discount.

45mm GPS Aluminum

Similarly, the 45mm GPS Apple Watch Series 7 has every color on sale at a new record low price, which is $359.99, down from $429.00. Today's discount is beating the previous all-time low discount by about $20, and again every GPS aluminum color option is on sale.

41mm Cellular Aluminum

For the Cellular aluminum models of the Apple Watch Series 7 you'll find similarly solid discounts today. The 41mm Cellular Apple Watch Series 7 is priced at $429.99, down from $499.00, and coming in about $20 under the previous record low discount.

45mm Cellular Aluminum

Finally, Amazon has every aluminum model of the 45mm Cellular Apple Watch Series 7 at $459.99, down from $529.00. Similar to the other sales, this price beats the previous best deal by about $20 and only Amazon is offering the sale.

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

Justin Cymbal Avatar
15 months ago
This is a great deal! In the past, I’ve seen it go down to $339.99 for the cheapest model.

I wasn’t going to get the series 7 this year because I already had the series 6 and there wasn’t any new health features on this year’s model but Apple offered me $235 for my series 6 during heart health month in February so I took advantage of that offer and got the Nike version for $399 so it only cost me $164 plus tax and I was able to finance the $164 on my Apple Card with 24 monthly installment payments at 0% interest so it worked out to a great deal!

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dwaltwhit Avatar
15 months ago
Almost 20% off is a pretty good deal. I feel like the usual 5-10% sales are barely worth a second look but 20% off might be the convincing factor to someone on the fence.
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HappyDude20 Avatar
15 months ago
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chr1s60 Avatar
15 months ago
This is actually quite a good deal. Grabbed one for my wife who has been eyeing them but refused to pull the trigger. It can be tough finding Apple products with good discounts and I have learned from past mistakes that skipping and holding off for a better deal can often result in paying full price or close to it when an equally good deal doesn't return for months.
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Techwatcher Avatar
15 months ago
Sticking with the Series 3 until the watchOS update drops it from the lineup.
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cwwilson Avatar
15 months ago
Caved in and did the deal. I guess I couldn't wait after all!
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