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Save $100 on the Apple Watch with Target’s latest deal

By Stephen Schenck February 8, 2016, 6:31 pm

Apple’s rumored March event is just another month away, and word is that the Apple Watch will be taking the spotlight for at least part of the announcements. Some rumors suggest we could be looking at as little as new band hardware, while other reports point to some much more substantial news, including the launch of upgraded versions of the Watch itself. Changes could include improvements to the wearable’s battery, a new SoC, or on the more extreme end, maybe even an integrated camera for FaceTime support. While we’re still not sure just what we’re getting, if you’re nto afraid of being a little behind the times when that new hardware rolls around, now’s looking like a pretty sweet opportunity to pick up last year’s Apple Watch, as Target gives shoppers a $100-off deal.


Target’s offering $100 off multiple Apple Watch configurations, including both standard and Sport models in your choice of sizes. That means you can score Apple’s smartwatch for as little as $250, if you decide to go with the 38mm Apple Watch Sport.

Hundred-dollar discounts on the Apple Watch were all the rage back around Black Friday, and we even saw Target keep the deals running into December, with $100 gift cards back then – this straight-up $100 price cut is a far superior deal in our humble opinion.

So what’s it going to be? Hold out another month or two and bet on first-gen Apple Watch prices falling even further in the shadow of a new model? Sure, you could play it that way, but if you’re interested in an Apple smartwatch now, this deal looks pretty hard to beat.

Source: Target
Via: Kinja Deals


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