Weekend sale from Best Buy takes $200 off specific Apple Watch models and $70 off the iPad mini 2

Weekend sale from Best Buy takes $200 off specific Apple Watch models and $70 off the iPad mini 2
Looking to save money on the purchase of an Apple Watch? You might want to consider Best Buy's Weekend Sale. Now through Monday, the retailer is offering a $200 discount on two different versions of Apple's smartwatch. The savings are available online only, although you might find discounts on other Apple Watch models inside Best Buy stores.

The two models that have been discounted on the Best Buy website include the Apple Watch with Milanese Loop in both the 38mm ($449.00) and 42mm ($499.00) versions. The other model having its price slashed by $200 is the Apple Watch with a Black Sport Band and Space Black Stainless Steel case. The 38mm model is on sale for $349.00 with the 42mm available for $399.00.

With the $200 price break, this sale provides those with the entry-level Apple Watch Sport model the best opportunity to upgrade to the stainless steel version of the timepiece. But wait, there's more! If you are in the market for a serviceable 7.9-inch iPad, the Apple iPad mini 2 can be purchased with a $70 discount for the Wi-Fi only model. $199.99 buys you the tablet in Space Gray or Silver.

Looking to save some big bucks on the Apple Watch or the Apple iPad mini 2? You should check out the Best Buy website by clicking on the sourcelink. Don't forget, the last day to take advantage of this sale is Monday.

source: BestBuy via MacRumors

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1. SajidAnwar

Posts: 8; Member since: Apr 20, 2016

These offers must be follwed at international market.

2. sgodsell

Posts: 7607; Member since: Mar 16, 2013

Still not a deal. They need to drop the price more.

3. MSi_Cubi unregistered

What a crap product ,.. only idiot would buy it

4. Rydsmith unregistered

"I don't have the money to afford one nor have I tried it to see how it compliments my lifestyle or needs." FTFY

6. darkkjedii

Posts: 31760; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

Very solid, capable device bro. I bought it strictly outta need, as I had a Gear S for my Note, but nothing for my 6S Plus. I've come to like it quite a bit, and now it's a want for me. For my personal usage, the battery life is great, and it does what it does nicely. It's not a good standalone at all, but Apple didn't market it as one either...it's a great companion.

9. MSi_Cubi unregistered

it is sin to spent even penny for it..

10. Derekjeter

Posts: 1573; Member since: Oct 27, 2011

In Russia watch wears you!

12. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

The Gear was a great compliment to the Note 3 too. Still it was an expensive useless piece of crap overall. The problem is it doesnt function without the phone. Thus there is no benefit to have it. NONE. If I can say that about Samsung, I certainly will about Apple. The Gear S and S2 have 3G/4G/WIFI/BT capabilities and both can be setup without a phone. You only need a phone to install apps. But there aren't any must have apps for EITHER of them. The only apps are mostly watch faces. In my case I own both Gear S/S2 and I use my Gear S2 at work and my S when I go riding because the bigger screen is handy when I want to change songs or check my mileage and with the display being bigger and much easier to manipulate while cycling is a benefit for me. But overall, they are gimmicky, useless devices overall and a wifi only model is even more so because its only pushing info from your phone, WHICH YOU MUST HAVE WITH YOU. So it actually defeats the purpose. Almost everyone has a phone and I cant think of any situation where a phone is somehow shouldn't be looked at is you get a notification. Even in a meeting, depending on subject matter or employment type of course.

13. ibend

Posts: 6747; Member since: Sep 30, 2014

no worries, there is always enough idiots to keep their company run

5. wtmana

Posts: 56; Member since: Nov 27, 2013

Too much money, i have fitbit blaze for $199, and i love my fitbit blaze.

7. darkkjedii

Posts: 31760; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

That's what it's all about my man, loving your purchase. Buying what you actually want or need, is smart buying. Personal use tech, should be bought 100% by personal choice.

8. zeppo

Posts: 200; Member since: Jul 21, 2015

They try to clear the shipment from previous quarter. I'm in the public most the time. I take the light rail, bus and walking around downtown in the heart of silicon valley. I never seen one

11. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

Even on sale, they are way to expensive. No smart wearable with 3G/4G is worth more that 199.99 and that's being generous. 3G options shouldn't cost more than $250. They are to limited and they don't cost more than $50 or so to make. The markup on any of them is outrageous.

14. sissy246

Posts: 7129; Member since: Mar 04, 2015

They have to do something to try and get rid of them.

15. mi7chy

Posts: 53; Member since: Apr 18, 2016

Still priced too high for an ugly phone accessory. I'll wait for a cellular enabled stand-alone version that can run untethered from phone and redesign.

16. Coconut00

Posts: 485; Member since: Jan 13, 2015

$199 is a good price for the iPad Mini 2

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