It's time to save with Apple Watch Series 4 models on sale from $180 today only
Those looking to score a great Apple Watch deal might be best served by going for a previous-generation model if you want the best savings. While Apple has a few options for you with the all-new Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE, as well as the previous-gen Series 3 that has remained in the lineup, one of the best value options available right now is the Apple Watch Series 4.
It balances modern features that the Series 3 lacks while remaining more affordable than the 2020 releases, especially with deals like Woot's one-day sale offering refurbished Apple Watch Series 4 models from as little as $180 (opens in new tab).
Apple Watch Series 4 (opens in new tab)
Apple is officially no longer selling this series, so refurb options are now your best bet to save on it. The 40mm options at Woot start as low as $180, or just $10 more for 44mm, saving you over $100 versus the cost of going for the latest model.
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Apple Watch Series 6
Apple Watch Series 6 models are available for some of their best prices ever right now. The lowest price is on the red 40mm version which is $70 off with 44mm and cellular models seeing discounts of up to $91.
While Apple no longer sells the Series 4, these deals save you over $100 versus the cost of going for the latest Series 6 models, even considering their current discounts at Amazon (opens in new tab) and elsewhere.
It's also cheaper than the designed-to-be-affordable Apple Watch SE. Considering the two are very similar and the Series 4 has the added ability to take an ECG, the older model might be better for what you want a smartwatch for.
Though the models on sale at Woot are not new and may have some minor cosmetic blemishes, they will work like new and come with a 90-day warranty in case of any issues.
In our Apple Watch Series 4 review from September 2018, we rated it with five out of five stars and remarked that while it may not be able to replace having your phone around just yet, it's practically an essential accessory for any iPhone user looking to stay connected at a glance. Apple Watch Series 4 features an edge-to-edge screen, boosted speed and battery life versus the Series 3, advanced health features like a built-in ECG and fall detection, plus a bunch of customizable watch faces.
Shipping is free at Woot if you log in with your Amazon Prime account. If you're not yet set up with Prime, you can start your 30-day free trial (opens in new tab) to save on shipping today and get in on all of the other benefits Amazon Prime has to offer.
If you're not sure which model is right for you, check out our guide to the best Apple Watch and then peruse the best Apple Watch deals to find the lowest price on the one you want.
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Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.