Missed Amazon Prime Early Access? You Can Still Get Apple Watch Series 8 and iPad Mini 6 for Record Low Prices Today

Now that Amazon's Prime Early Access Sale has ended, many of the week's best sales have expired. However, we're tracking two Apple products that remain at their best-ever prices even after the end of the event, including the Apple Watch Series 8 and iPad mini 6.

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Apple Watch Series 8

The 41mm GPS Apple Watch Series 8 remains at $349.00 in two colors of aluminum: (PRODUCT)RED and Midnight. Both colors are in stock and ready to ship from Amazon, with delivery estimates between October 15 and 18.

You can also get the 45mm GPS Apple Watch Series 8 for $379.00 on Amazon, down from $429.00. This one is only available in (PRODUCT)RED at this price, and it has a delivery estimate of October 16 to 18 from Amazon.

iPad Mini

Additionally, Amazon has all four colors of the 64GB Wi-Fi iPad mini 6 for $399.99, down from $499.00. This is the best price we've ever seen on this iPad mini, and most colors can be delivered as soon as this Saturday.

The 256GB Wi-Fi iPad mini 6 is still on sale for $549.99, down from $649.00. This one is available in all four colors as well: Starlight, Space Gray, Purple, and Pink, and again most can be delivered as soon as this Saturday.

If you're shopping for cellular models, the 64GB cellular iPad mini 6 is priced at $549.99 and the 256GB cellular iPad mini 6 is priced at $699.99. Both of these sales again represent $99 discounts on regular prices, and are record low sales for each tablet.

Keep up with all of this week's best discounts on Apple products and related accessories in our dedicated Apple Deals roundup.

Related Roundup: Apple Deals

Top Rated Comments

Aston441 Avatar
21 months ago

Cancel your Prime subscription and support smaller retailers that aren’t subsidized by a giant money-printing cloud computing business.

Sometimes paying more is OK.
I usually most find stuff listed on Amazon 10-30% cheaper elsewhere now. Just takes the slightest effort. Amazon thinks they can keep their prices jacked because they think people are still too lazy to do a minimal search, and to some extent they are right, but for how long? The other big issue with Amazon, is that so much of their stuff is counterfeit, even high end European motor oil and filters! I'll only buy critical items like that directly, or from a major auto store or Walmart now. My Amazon purchases have trickled to almost zero. Haven't canceled Prime yet, but might soon.
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erikkfi Avatar
21 months ago
Cancel your Prime subscription and support smaller retailers that aren’t subsidized by a giant money-printing cloud computing business.

Sometimes paying more is OK.
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erikkfi Avatar
21 months ago

Wonder how many small retailers using Amazon, Etsy and eBay market places to make their income will agree with you. Clearly you must just be a an employee.
You mean the small businesses that are forbidden by Amazon from offering goods on their own sites at a lower cost than they sell for on Amazon ('https://www.reuters.com/legal/california-files-lawsuit-against-amazoncom-allegedly-blocking-price-competition-2022-09-14/')?
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