Deals: Amazon Takes $70 Off Apple Watch Series 8 With Best-Ever Prices

Today on Amazon you can get three models of the 41mm GPS Apple Watch Series 8 for the all-time low price of $329.00, down from $399.00. Colors on sale include Midnight Aluminum, Silver Aluminum, and Starlight Aluminum. In addition to this model, we're tracking numerous best-ever prices across the Apple Watch Series 8 product range on Amazon.

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Both the S/M and M/L band sizes are on sale at this price, and Amazon estimates free delivery as soon as May 25 - 28 for most residences in the United States. The Apple Watch Series 8 has all of the same features as the previous generation wearable, with the addition of a temperature sensor and car crash detection functionality.

Additionally, the 45mm GPS Apple Watch Series 8 has hit $359.00, down from $429.00 on Amazon. This is another match of an all-time low price on the device, and it's available in the same three colors as the 41mm GPS model.

If you're shopping for a cellular model, you can get the 41mm cellular Apple Watch Series 8 for $429.00, down from $499.00. It's available in four colors, and overall this is a second-best price.

Amazon also has the 45mm cellular Apple Watch Series 8 for $459.00, down from $529.00. This one is available in two colors, with delivery estimates as soon as May 25 for both models.

The Apple Watch Series 8 features an Always-On display that lets users see their watch face and complications at all times, as well as crack-resistant front glass, IP6X dust resistance, and a WR50 water resistance rating. Heart rate monitoring, blood oxygen detection, ECG readings, sleep tracking, fall detection, and loud noise monitoring are also available, plus a built-in temperature sensor that's used for giving women additional insights into their health.

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

svish Avatar
2 weeks ago
Good discounts on both 41 and 45mm watches.
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Sevendaymelee Avatar
2 weeks ago
I have been waiting since Apple Watch 1 for BP monitoring. Once that's in the deal, regardless of whether it's the most expensive model or not, I will buy into it.
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MrMojo1 Avatar
2 weeks ago

I like that you're calling it iWatch 8. I call it Apple Watch 8, myself. I refuse to use their ridiculous (and borderline pretentious sounding) naming scheme lol.
There are so many names that can be used for many Apple products (i.e. iWatch, Apple watch, Series 'x', etc...).

Since Apple is so ubiquitous in American society and elsewhere and Apple uses the 'i' in many of their products, it's natural for lots of people just to put the 'i' in front of many Apple products, to the dismay of many diehard fans, many of whom dislike that. ?
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jbjarko Avatar
2 weeks ago

Essentially same watches. Better off holding out of the S9 with the new processor for folks who have an S4 or older.
Assuming the S9 is the same pricing as the S8 then this makes the most sense. S4 guy here.
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fourthtunz Avatar
2 weeks ago

What I meant was a decent storage iPhone SE costs $450
Oh sorry I wasn’t thinking about the iPhone part of it!
One good thing is Apple stuff lasts and IMO more secure than android.
And better resale. As well.
Once you get an Apple Watch you wonder how you lived without it!
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floral Avatar
2 weeks ago
I'd be interested, if it didn't require an iPhone ;-;
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