Deals: Apple Watch Series 8 Models Drop to Best-Ever Prices on Amazon, Starting at $329

Amazon today has a few deals on the Apple Watch Series 8, including all-time low prices on both 41mm and 45mm GPS models. All of the watches mentioned below are in stock and ready to ship, with delivery dates around June 24 in most cases.

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Starting with the 41mm GPS Apple Watch Series 8, you can get this model for $329.00, down from $399.00. This one is available in Midnight, Silver, and Starlight, and all three colors have both S/M and M/L bands at this record low price.

Amazon also has the 45mm GPS Apple Watch Series 8 on sale for $359.00, down from $429.00. All three of the same colors are on sale, including Midnight, Silver, and Starlight. You'll also find both S/M and M/L bands available in each color.

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

maxfromdenmark Avatar
14 weeks ago
Go away! I don’t have money for it. I need to save 3.5K for something else
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Octavius8 Avatar
14 weeks ago
What are the rumors on the S9?. Same specs as S7/S8?, just different color and number?
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
3xBoom Avatar
14 weeks ago
Still using my Series 2. See little reason to upgrade but would do so immediately for a new version with a long (multi-day) battery.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
MrMojo1 Avatar
14 weeks ago
Tempted but my S5 iWatch still works. Will get a battery replacement sooner than later for much less and still save money.
Would get the newer iWatch model if Apple ever include a blood pressure monitor in it.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Macaholic868 Avatar
14 weeks ago

My series 4’s battery life is quite poor after four years of daily use. I’m ready for an upgrade but don’t want to pay more than $330.

I’ll keep waiting.
Wait until the 9 ships and scoop up a refurbished, like new 8 on Amazon for around your price point. That’s what I did. I had the 5 for years and wanted an upgrade but the Ultra was way too expensive for somebody like me who uses it for notifications, basic fitness tracking and as a backup way to receive and send texts or phone calls in a pinch if I don’t have my phone. I was hoping the 8 would be a compelling enough release to justify the cost for a new cellular model in the larger size but the 8 wasn’t much of an upgrade at all over the 7 so I wanted until February and scooped up a refurbished, like, new 7 that still came with two years of AppleCare for less than $400. It was my first refurbished device and didn’t have so much as a scratch on it. I would have never known isn’t wasn’t new from Apple other than the band it shipped with. It wasn’t an Apple band but since the band from my 5 still worked, was in great shape and Apple didn’t request the band back when I traded it into them for store credit, I just used the band from the 5 and kept the one that came with it as a backup.

Sounds like the 9 won’t be much of an upgrade either. I won’t be upgrading again until Apple adds in a blood pressure monitor or the long rumored technology they’ve been working on to get a blood glucose approximation without needing to draw blood. They need something more compelling than a new processor and slightly longer battery life for me to pony up. The 7 works very well for me currently.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Mr. Dee Avatar
14 weeks ago
Still using my Series 3, probably won't upgrade until next year. The Watch is probably one of my essential Apple devices. I like it, but if I forgot to wear it, it wouldn't be the end of my day.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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