During holiday shopping season, smart tech market is teeming with promotions. However, you have to look very hard to find a deal on an Apple device and even if you do come across one, the price cut is usually not very significant. That’s how things are with Apple. Black Friday brought a pretty generous discount on the Apple Watch but like other deals that day, it was short-lived so many users were unable to buy the wearable. If you missed the opportunity to get the “iWatch” at a lower price, you now have another chance to do so as Best Buy undercut Amazon and Apple stores and offers the device with a $100 discount.
Apple Watch is on sale $100 cheaper until Christmas
It means that prices of the “iWatch” now start at $249. Of course, what you can get for $249 is the most basic 38mm Sport model with anodized aluminum case, composite back, strengthened Ion-X glass screen, and a plastic band. The larger 42mm variant costs $299.
If crave for a more premium version, you will obviously need to fork out more. A 38mm Apple Watch Sport with stainless steel case, ceramic back and sapphire crystal will set you back $449, while a 42mm version sells for $50 more, that is $499. The discount also includes non-Sport collection with Milanese Loop band, stainless steel case and sapphire crystal which is available for $549 and $599 for the 38mm and 42mm models, respectively.
As a reminder, the Apple Watch was released in April 2015 as an extension of the iPhone. When paired with a handset, the watch will let you, among others, answer to texts or track your physical activity thanks to a number of sensor including heart rate sensor.
The Apple Watch will work with iPhones running iOS 8.2 and later, that is the iPhone 5, 5S, 5C, 6 and 6 Plus. The device is also water resistant.
The discount is as straightforward as can be – no coupons, mail-in rebates, gift cards or promo codes are involved. You just order the iWatch of your choosing online or go to a physical store and grab the device for $100 off. The deal will run until Christmas or while supplies last. That said, if you have an eye on the wearable, it might a good idea not to wait until the last day.
source: Best Buy