Amazon is now selling the Apple Watch Ultra, Apple’s very best Apple Watch, for just $749 today. Order soon and you could have it on your wrist within a couple of days.
Amazon hasn’t said when this deal will come to an end so keep that in mind if you’re looking to take advantage of it. It’s always possible that the deal will end at any moment so don’t delay, or you risk missing out entirely.
You’d normally need to pay around $800 to get your hands on an Apple Watch Ultra, making this a deal that will now save you $50 and 6%. You don’t need to do anything for that saving either, just place your order and wait for delivery. With no discount codes and no on-screen coupons needed, placing that order couldn’t be any easier.
Buy: Apple Watch Ultra [GPS + Cellular 49mm] from Amazon: $749 | Original price: $800
Rugged and capable, built to meet the demands of endurance athletes, outdoor adventurers, and water sports enthusiasts — with a specialized band for each. Up to 36 hours of battery life, plus all the Apple Watch features that help you stay healthy, safe, and connected.
At the time of writing, this Apple Watch Ultra has more than 80 reviews with a combined rating of 4.8 stars out of a possible five. And there is no denying that this wearable is popular for a very good reason.
The 49mm case size is perfect for using outdoors when you’re on the move, and the bright always-on display is easy to read even in direct sunlight. Throw in support for high-impact water sports and diving and this really is the adventurer’s Apple Watch.
Remember to place your order soon or else you really could wind up paying more.
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