Top Black Friday Apple Watch Deals: Series 6 for $ 409, Series 5 for $ 299 and more models for sale


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Black Friday sales have begun and retailers are offering great discounts on the latest 2020 models in Apple’s smartwatch line.

If you’ve been waiting to get the latest technology on your wrist, now may be the time to move forward. Here’s the latest information on what you need to know if you want to do business:

  • The Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE since their introduction in September, they have acquired the first big discounts, with discounts sometimes reaching $ 49-69 for some colors.
  • Although officially discontinued, we’ve seen the Apple Watch Series 5 pop up in places. If you can find that model for about $ 300, it’s worth it.

The best deals we see are below. Note that prices and availability were accurate at the time of publication but fluctuate.

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The Watch SE is a tiered model in Apple’s 2020 watch series. Similar to the 2019 Series 5, but without the always-on screen and ECG feature. The Watch SE also boasts a more powerful processor and Retina display that is 30% larger than the much older Series 3 (see below). Unlike the 3 Series, the Watch SE also supports Apple’s new Family Setup feature, which allows the child to set up the Apple Watch, but you have to spend on that particular mobile version (and the accompanying wireless plan). The 44mm SE model has already achieved $ 49 discounts, but these have eased. (The discount 40mm model is no longer in stock.) Read the Apple Watch SE review.

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The larger series of 6 was originally only allowed at Target, but Amazon has since agreed on the price in some colors, although previous discounts no longer seem to be available and the best deal saves only $ 20. This may change as more models return to stock.

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This 2019 model was technically discontinued with the September introduction of the Series 6. Nevertheless, although it lacks a blood-oxygen meter, the Series 6 has an ECG and display functions that are always on, as well as the same external design. $ 300 is a good deal if the price of the 6th series doesn’t drop back.

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The larger Apple Watch Series 5 is currently priced at $ 329, which is $ 100 lower than the regular selling price. This model does not have a blood-oxygen meter, but has the same exterior design and display characteristics as the 6 Series.

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The Watch SE is a tiered model in Apple’s 2020 watch series. Similar to the 2019 Series 5, but without the always-on screen and ECG feature. The Watch SE also boasts a more powerful processor and Retina display that is 30% larger than the much older Series 3 (see below). Unlike the 3 Series, the Watch SE also supports Apple’s new Family Setup feature, which allows the child to set up the Apple Watch, but you have to spend on that particular mobile version (and the accompanying wireless plan). This model has already experienced $ 49 discounts, but these have declined. Read the Apple Watch SE overview.

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The larger Apple Watch Series 3 will also be $ 49 at Walmart starting Nov. 25.

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The latest Apple Watch with even more features is now on sale. With the display always on and the ECG, Series 6 monitors blood oxygen levels (although medical results should not be expected there). He regularly saves $ 399 on $ 49 on Target’s Black Friday promotion. Sam’s Club (membership required) seems to be winning the price war here, with 40mm prices as low as $ 330, but Amazon is similar in some colors. This is the first time this watch has been sold in any way, so if you’ve thought about catching it, this is the time. Read the Apple Watch Series 6 overview.


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