Reviews - February 3, 2024

Apple Watch Series 9 drops to $299 at Best Buy

Best Buy started selling the new Apple Watch this weekend, and here you can get the 41mm GPS Apple Watch Series 9 for the lowest price ever. $299.00 Discounted from $399.00 in all aluminum colors. According to the Best Buy website, these deals only last for the rest of today, so if you’ve been waiting for a great Apple Watch deal, now is the time to get one.

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You can also buy the 45mm GPS Apple Watch Series 9. $329.00, down from $429.00, another record low. Best Buy is selling all aluminum models of the GPS Apple Watch Series 9 in Starlight, Pink, Midnight, Silver, and PRODUCT(RED) colors at an all-time low. This also includes both S/M and M/L band sizes.

Best Buy also has the cellular model of the Apple Watch Series 9 at its best price ever. You can purchase the 41mm Cellular model. $399.00 The 45mm Cellular model is $429.00Both are marked down by $100 and are available in all aluminum colors.

As of last month, the ban on the sale of all Apple Watch models with blood oxygen detection function sold by Apple was renewed in the United States. Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra 2 models purchased directly from Apple currently have blood oxygen detection disabled, but retailers like Best Buy may still sell them through existing stock that includes the feature.

If you’re looking for even more savings, be sure to check out our Apple Deals roundup of the best Apple-related deals from the past week.

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