Red Hot Thanksgiving Deal: Apple Watch Series 3 In Silver Or Space Gray For Just $199 [Today Only]

The Apple Watch Series 4 has been the talk of the town in recent months, but there is still plenty to enjoy about the Apple Watch Series 3, including the price that you can pick one up for right now. If you’re shopping at Amazon, you can get your hands on a 38mm GPS version in both Space Gray and Silver for just $199. That’s an $80 saving on the normal price and a great offer for what is still a pretty amazing watch.

The Apple Watch Series 3 on offer here comes with either a white or black Sport Band depending on the watch you choose, and both watches come with support for watchOS 5. That’s the software that brings all the latest magic to your wrist, and it will all move nice and quickly thanks to the still impressive S3 dual-core CPU that’s beating away at the Apple Watch Series 3’s heart.

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Each Apple Watch Series 3 supports WiFi connectivity while also packing Bluetooth 4.2 and GPS radios for connecting to an iPhone and helping track those exercise sessions. In the box, you’ll receive the watch, a case, a watch band, and a 1m Magnetic Charging Cable. That cable plugs into the included 5W USB power adapter for charging, too.

We were already big fans of the Apple Watch Series 3 as a budget Apple Watch option, and at these prices it’s an absolute steal. If you want to get into the world of Apple Watch but don’t want to splash the cash needed to get into a Series 4, the Series 3 is a great place to start out.

Buy: Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS, 38mm) – Space Gray Aluminum Case with Black Sport Band from Amazon: $199 | Original price $279
Buy: Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS, 38mm) – Silver Aluminum Case with White Sport Band from Amazon: $199 | Original price $279

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