Apple Watch Prime Day deals: Big discounts on the Series 4

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Apple Watch Prime Day 2019 deals

Amazon Prime Day 2019 has now started, and it's brought with it some big savings on the Apple Watch Series 3 and Apple Watch Series 4.

As expected, the Apple Watch Series 3 GPS dropped to its new lowest-ever price for both the 38mm and 42mm models. The bad news is that these deals seem to have now finished. We've seen some Amazon Prime Day deals return, however, so it's worth checking throughout the day in case you get lucky.

Amazon: Apple Watch Series 3 38mm GPS - Save $110
Amazon: Apple Watch Series 3 38mm GPS - Save $110

Amazon: Apple Watch Series 3 42mm GPS - Save $110
Amazon: Apple Watch Series 3 42mm GPS - Save $110

There are also tasty discounts on the Series 4 that you can take down a further $19.01 by opting for no-rush delivery. The discount is applied at checkout.

Amazon: Apple Watch Series 4 40mm GPS - Save $75
Amazon: Apple Watch Series 4 40mm GPS - Save $75

Amazon: Apple Watch Series 4 44mm GPS
Amazon: Apple Watch Series 4 44mm GPS

Be sure to check out our Amazon Prime Day 2019 super page, too, as we'll be rounding up the best wearables deals across fitness trackers, smartwatches and more.

Along with Amazon, we anticipate that other retailers will jump on the Prime Day bandwagon and offer their own discounts to get in on the action. In the UK, the likes of Argos, Currys PC World and Very.

In the US, keep an eye on what the likes of Walmart, Target and Best Buy have up their collective sleeves.

We'll update this page with deals from elsewhere if and when they appear.

Don't forget to sign up for an Amazon Prime trial if you're not already a member as the Prime Day discounts are exclusive to subscribers.

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