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[Update: $129 Series 3 now live!] Best Apple Watch Black Friday deals: Latest models $100 off, more

[2019-11-28 10:00:32]

Black Friday is set to be home to this year’s best Apple Watch deals. All of the top retailers, including Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, and Target are all slated to offer aggressive discounts on Apple’s latest wearables. Specifically, large price drops on Apple Watch Series 3 and the new Apple Watch Series 5 are sure to be the most popular this time around. You’ll find all of the best Apple Watch Black Friday deals down below. The post [Update: $129 Series 3 now live!] Best Apple Watch Black Friday deals: Latest models $100 off, more appeared first on 9to5Mac.

[Update: $129 Series 3 now live!] Best Apple Watch Black Friday deals: Latest models $100 off, more


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