Amazon Prime Day: Apple Watch Series 7 Drops to Record Low Price of $279.00 ($120 Off) [Updated]
Amazon Prime Day doesn't officially kick off until tomorrow, July 12, but that hasn't stopped early deals from appearing today. For starters, we're tracking a new all-time low price on the Apple Watch Series 7.
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You can get the 41mm GPS Apple Watch Series 7 in all colors for $279.00, down from $399.00. At $120 off this is a new all-time low price, and now the lowest entry-level deal price we've ever seen on the Series 7.
If you're looking for the bigger model, there's another record low price on the 45mm GPS Apple Watch Series 7, available for $314.00 in two colors, down from $429.00.
Remember that you'll need an Amazon Prime membership to get Prime Day deals. You can sign up for Prime if you don't have it yet on Amazon.
Check out our article on The Best Apple Deals for Amazon Prime Day to stay up to date with this summer's big shopping event.
Top Rated Comments
This is much more deserving of such labelling — and even the headline shouting “record low” can be excused or even justified.
A 30% discount — and over $100 — is worth telling people about and using a bolded headline!
Even better, though, would be to save such extreme prose for 30% discounts on M2 MacBooks (Air and Pro). Then, you’d be talking real money!
OTOH, these “huge” savings typically apply to only one model, in one color, and often not advanced ones.
Such hype generally leads to eyes glazing over. I usually just skip any headline about Amazon's amazing “all-time low” prices.
For example.. you could get a stainless series 6 for about 250. Retail price brand new just one year ago? 750! Even if the battery is totally shot, you can get that replaced for just 80 bucks.
An aluminum series 7 brand new at 285 seems ridiculous to me in comparison. Sure, it’s a year newer and has 1mm larger screen. But the durability of a used SS blows any aluminum model out of the water. Anything with a sapphire screen will last you soo much longer.