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The Apple Watch Series 1 smartwatch has matched its low price at Target

One year ago   |   By iMore

Educate your watch.
Whether you want the 38mm Series 1 Apple Watch for $179.99 or the 42mm for $209.99, no other retailer can beat those Target prices. This deal matches prices we've seen from Target before.
Walmart has the next best price on both with the 38mm for $199 and the 42mm for $229, but those prices require actually going to a Walmart to pick them up. Ain't nobody got time for that.
Series 1 is the oldest generation of the Apple Watch, but the least expensive Series 3 watch still costs around $330. This deal is a great entry-level model to lure you into the world of smartwatches...
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9to5Toys Lunch Break: 9.7-inch iPad $259, Apple Watch Series 1 $180, Apple TV 4th Gen. 64GB $170, more

9to5Toys Lunch Break: 9.7-inch iPad $259, Apple Watch Series 1 $180, Apple TV 4th Gen. 64GB $170, more

One year ago   |   By 9to5Mac

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New deals slash prices on Apple Watch and iPad

New deals slash prices on Apple Watch and iPad

One year ago   |   By Phone Arena

If you are looking for an Apple gadget on the cheap, today is a good day as both the Apple Watch and the iPad are on sale at a significant price cut.
Target is selling the Apple Watch Series 1 at $70 off its sticker price. Apple Watch Series 1 38mm is on sale for $180, down from its original $250 price, while the larger, 42mm model is discounted to $210, down from an original $280 price.
The best deals we've seen since Black Friday
The already affordable 32GB 9.7-inch iPad is also seeing its price slashed, but ...
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Target Discounts Apple Watch Series 1 to $180 While Staples Marks Down 9.7-Inch iPad to $260

Target Discounts Apple Watch Series 1 to $180 While Staples Marks Down 9.7-Inch iPad to $260

One year ago   |   By Mac Rumors

Target has kicked off the week with a discount on the Apple Watch Series 1 from 2016, offering the 38mm model for $179.99 and the 42mm model for $209.99. Each device is available in aluminum with a Sport Band in either White or Black.
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The Apple Watch Series 1 typically sells for $250 in 38mm and $280 in 42mm, so today's sale represents savings of $70 in both case sizes. Target's sale is a match for the same low prices...
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