Get Apple Watch Ultra 2 for $699 ($100 off) and Apple Watch Series 9 for $329 ($70 off) Before Sales Ban Begins

Best Buy and Amazon have all-time low prices on Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra 2 today, and these could be the last chance you have to buy the watches at a discount for the foreseeable future in the wake of the sales ban that was announced this morning. You can also find a few Apple Watch SE deals below.

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All of these Apple Watches can be delivered before December 25 if ordered soon, thanks to Best Buy's free shipping options. You can also opt for in-store pick-up if a location near you has stock available for the Apple Watch you're looking to purchase.

Apple Watch Series 9

Starting with the 41mm GPS Apple Watch Series 9, this model is on sale for $329.00, down from $399.00. This is a match of the previous all-time low price, and it's available in all five colors on Best Buy.

Additionally, Best Buy has all-time low prices on the 45mm GPS model and both cellular models of the Apple Watch Series 9, all at $70 off. These sales are available to all shoppers and do not require the My Best Buy Plus or Total membership.




Apple Watch Ultra 2

At Amazon you can buy the Apple Watch Ultra 2 for the all-time low price of $699.00 with an on-page coupon. This is a $100 discount on the Blue/Black Trail Loop model, and you'll need to clip the on-page coupon and then head to checkout in order to see the final sale price.

This deal has been fluctuating somewhat on Amazon, so if you don't see the $50 off coupon you can still get most other Apple Watch Ultra 2 models at the second-best price of $729.99 right now on Amazon. These will also require an on-page coupon.

Note: You won't see the deal price until checkout.

Apple Watch SE

Best Buy is taking $50 off nearly every model of the Apple Watch SE, starting at $199.00 for the 40mm GPS device. You'll also find both cellular models on sale in multiple colors, and all of these discounts represent record low prices for the Apple Watch SE.




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Top Rated Comments

sw1tcher Avatar
26 weeks ago

So dumb. Should not be made to stop selling them. Everyone is always after the successful companies.
Yeah, who cares if Apple infringed on Masimo's patents. Apple does hundreds of billions in revenue a year while Masimo barely brings in over $1 billion. Since Apple is more successful, any patent violations by Apple should be waived.

To hell with patents, copyrights, and trademarks.

Apple > patents, copyrights, and trademarks.



If Masimo was a successful company, they would be a household name and would be selling out of their products. Hmm..
You've never heard of Denon, Polk Audio, Bowers & Wilkins, Marantz, etc.?
Score: 13 Votes (Like | Disagree)
swiftapplefan Avatar
26 weeks ago
This headline feels hilarious
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Sorinut Avatar
26 weeks ago

So dumb. Should not be made to stop selling them. Everyone is always after the successful companies. If Masimo was a successful company, they would be a household name and would be selling out of their products. Hmm..
You posted this exact same comment in the other thread, so I will post the same response.

In healthcare, they are a well-known company and a common name. They don't sell their Sp02 equipment to the public, it's for hospital use. Have you heard of Styker, Omnicell, Pyxis, Accudose, Steris, Fillmaster, Swisslog, GoHCL, Parata, IHiS, Alaris, B Braus, Fresenius? No, probably not..but all are extremely successful and all my coworkers know exactly what each one of those companies deal with. None are household names, and none sell to the public.

At this point, you're just trolling.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ChrisA Avatar
26 weeks ago

So dumb. Should not be made to stop selling them. Everyone is always after the successful companies. If Masimo was a successful company, they would be a household name and would be selling out of their products. Hmm..

By that logic, if I earn a lot more money than you do, I should be allowed to steal from you because I am a more important person and you are a "nobody".

Apple stole this technology and refused to pay for it. What's worse is that as said, Apple is a huge company that could have afforded to pay.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
GaryGnu Avatar
26 weeks ago

You probably also think that Al Gore invented the Internet! ?
Then why are they called "algorithms" then?
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zach-coleman Avatar
26 weeks ago
This just feels like an attempt to push some last minute sales for an under performing product.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)