Cyber Monday Apple Watch deals 2022: sales ending soon

Cyber Monday Apple Watch deals
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There is still time to grab a Cyber Monday Apple Watch deal, whether you're looking for the newest Apple Watch Series 8 or if you want a bargain on the original Apple Watch SE. You can find great Apple Watch Cyber Monday deals going on now.

Highlights include the older 1st Gen SE for just $149 at Walmart, as well as low prices on the current Apple Watch SE at Target for $229 - both absolutely outstanding deals. For those who want a higher-end (and incredibly rugged) device, check out the new Apple Watch Ultra, which getting a rare early price cut at Best Buy right now.

Most of these Cyber Monday deals are holdouts from Black Friday last week so that means they will end soon. If you want to score a $50 Apple Gift Card from Apple when you buy a new Apple Watch SE, you only have a few hours left. 

We don't expect to see better deals on Apple wearables this year. It's also likely they'll be expiring shortly, so consider picking one up sooner rather than later. We've already seen the Apple Watch 8 sell out when it hit the lowest price yet, so deals on the other models could disappear quickly as well. 

Cyber Monday Apple Watch deals

Best Cyber Monday Apple Watch deals

Apple Watch SE (1st Gen): was

Apple Watch SE (1st Gen): was $279.00 now $149 at Walmart
The original SE isn't as good as the Series 8, Ultra, or the updated SE from a hardware point of view, but there's still a lot to love here for $150. With a recycled aluminum case, it's swim-proof, great for hiking with real-time compass and elevation readings, and allows you to take calls and answer messages from your wrist.

Apple Watch SE (2022, 40mm): was

Apple Watch SE (2022, 40mm): was $249 now $229 at Amazon
Amazon posted the first-ever price cut on the latest Apple Watch SE last week over Black Friday and it's still up for grabs today for Cyber Monday. At $20 off, the saving isn't massive here but it's easily the lowest price yet on this excellent budget wearable. While it lacks the bells and whistles of the Apple Watch 8 (like an always-on display or ECG), a snappy processor, great battery life, and an array of useful fitness features makes the latest SE easily the best value Apple Watch on the market right now.

Apple Watch Series 7 (cellular): was

Apple Watch Series 7 (cellular): was $499 now $339 at Best Buy
If you don't need the Series 8's body temperature sensor or crash detection, this predecessor is much the same Apple Watch for a lot less money in this great deal. You get exercise tracking, an ECG, Apple Pay, access to Apple Fitness Plus (with a separate subscription), plus all the usual fitness-tracking modes.


Apple Watch Ultra (49mm): was $799 now $739 at Best Buy
There's a small but welcome price cut on the 49mm Apple Watch Ultra at Best Buy this week. It's not much, but this brings this beautiful high-end device to its lowest price ever. If you're a would-be adventurer in need of a seriously robust device, the Apple Watch Ultra is packed to the brim with GPS tracking and fitness-focused features. 

LTE Apple Watches: $180 w/ trade or buy-one get-$150 off second at Verizon

LTE Apple Watches: $180 w/ trade or buy-one get-$150 off second at Verizon
Verizon is offering all the latest Apple Watches right now with the selection of two promotions. First up, you can trade in for a discount of up to $180 on any device. If that's not relevant to your needs, you can also get a buy-one get-$150 off second multi-line saving on any of the Apple Watches at Verizon. Available models include the Apple Watch 8, Apple Watch SE 2022, and the Apple Watch Ultra, so there are plenty of options at this carrier.

Apple Watch SE (2022, LTE): buy one get one free at AT&T

Apple Watch SE (2022, LTE): buy one get one free at AT&T
Save $299 – If you were planning on buying a connected Apple Watch to go with your phone, AT&T will give you a second Watch, an Apple Watch SE, for free. You need to connect both watches to the network and pay for them on an installment plan, but even if you quit early you've still saved a bundle. You can reduce the price further with a trade-in, as well. 

Cyber Monday Apple Watch: FAQ

Images of Apple Watch 8 at launch

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Where are the best Apple Watch deals on Cyber Monday?

Apple offers only a $50 gift card with an Apple Watch purchase, which means third-party retailers like Amazon and Best Buy have the better Apple Watch deals on Cyber Monday. We've rounded up all the best Cyber Monday Apple Watch deals here - and if you'd like to browse the sales yourself, these are the retailers we most recommend:

Top US retailers:
regular record-low prices
Best Buy: deals on the 8, 3 and SE
Walmart: competitive prices
Apple: gift cards and freebies

3 tips for buying an Apple Watch on Cyber Monday

1. Find the best Apple Watch for you first

With so many to choose from, it'd be a good idea to do some research into the various types of Apple Watch before the sales begin so you know which is the most suited to you. There's a bunch of models and options to choose from, so try to narrow down what it is you want from your Apple Watch, such as cellular connectivity or advanced fitness tracking, or even the size of the watch itself. To help you decide, you can take a look at our guide to the best Apple Watch.

2. Set your budget ahead of time

Once you've decided which Apple Watch you'd really like, it's important to set yourself a maximum budget in case the discounts aren't as generous as you expected them to be. 

3. Shop around before pulling the trigger

Cyber Monday always has great Apple Watch deals but it's certainly worth weighing up your options before you go and lay a huge chunk of change down for one. As such, once you've seen a deal that you like, check a few other retailers' websites before going ahead with your purchase. It's also important to buy from a reputable website in order to guarantee that what you're buying is genuine, as well as to ensure hassle-free aftercare in case anything goes wrong.

Philip Berne
US Mobiles Editor

Phil Berne is a preeminent voice in consumer electronics reviews, having reviewed his first device (the Sony D-EJ01 Discman) more than 20 years ago for He has been writing about phones and mobile technology, since before the iPhone, for a variety of sites including PCMag, infoSync, PhoneScoop, and Slashgear. He holds an M.A. in Cultural Theory from Carnegie Mellon University. 

Phil was the internal reviewer for Samsung Mobile, writing opinions and review predictions about top secret new devices months before launch. He left in 2017. He worked at an Apple Store near Boston, MA, at the height of iPod popularity. He has been a High School English teacher at Title I schools, and is a certified Lifeguard. His passion is smartphones and wearables, and he is sure that the next big thing will be phones we wear on our faces.

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