Jump on these Apple Watch Series 4 deals at Amazon and Walmart
Sept. 14, 2019
After Apple's announcement of the Apple Watch Series 5 earlier this week , retailers are starting to discount Series 4 inventory. There's not a big difference between the Apple Watch Series 4 and Series 5, with the new one adding an always-on display and a compass.
With that in mind, the Series 4 is a more than capable smartwatch, so if you're in the market and find one at a price that fits your budget, you should jump on it.
Amazon's price cuts are similar to what it offered last week , with discounts on some case and band configurations. Amazon has taken $50 off nearly every Series 4 with the exception of the GPS-only version of the 44 millimeter Gold Aluminum with Pink Sand Sport Band that's marked down $70.
The cellular version of the Series 4 — which, keep in mind, you'll need to pay a monthly fee to your carrier — is seeing a wider range of discounts. The 40 millimeter Gold Aluminum Apple Watch Series 4 (GPS + Cellular) with Pink Sand Sport Loop is discounted $25 to $474 . But for the Space Gray aluminum case with Black Sport Loop of the same size and connectivity, you're looking at $399, a $100 drop .
Walmart is discounting select Series 4 models by $100. For example, the 40 millimeter GPS + Cellular with a sport band, which originally was $499, is down to $439 . Walmart listed black, gold and silver as color options, but just a few minutes after we found the deal, gold and silver were sold out.
The larger 44 millimeter Apple Watch Series 4 with GPS + Cellular is marked down $100, at $429 and has all available colors in stock, although the gold model is marked as "Only 1 left!"
The Series 4 offers practically the same features as the Series 5 . It will run WatchOS 6, which launches on Sept. 19, and includes the ECG app for detecting irregular heartbeats — just like the Series 5 .
Note: The prices above reflect the retailer's listed prices at the time of publication.
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