Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular support available for only $264 right now, freebies included

Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular support available for only $264 right now, freebies included
If you can’t afford the hot new Apple Watch Series 4, its slightly less impressive predecessor might still be the best wearable device you can buy right now. By right now, we actually mean today or, at least, as soon as possible, before Amazon and B&H’s killer Cyber Monday deals on the Apple Watch Series 3 expire.

Believe it or not, B&H Photo Video has an even deeper price cut to offer than Amazon on a few cellular-enabled variants, along with a couple of small but decent gifts. 

The most affordable model on sale today is a 38 mm Apple Watch Series 3 Nike+ with a Space Gray aluminum case and “Midnight Fog” Nike sport loop. Not only can you “instantly” save a whopping $115 off this bad boy’s list price with both GPS and standalone 4G LTE connectivity, but you’ll also receive a backup Belkin sport band in a cool Marina Blue color and a clear tempered glass screen protector from Avoda at no extra charge.

All in all, you’ll be paying just $264 for a bundle that’s technically worth $420 or so. You’re obviously looking at brand-new units on special offer here, backed by a limited 1-year warranty, and eligible for free shipping. 

Those with larger wrists will be happy to hear a 42 mm Apple Watch Series 3 Nike+ supporting cellular networks costs as little as $299 right now, down from $409, also including a free Avoda clear tempered glass screen protector and a Belkin sport band in Marina Blue, Carnation, or a swanky Blacktop/Flash combination.

Several other models with different bands and case colors are also discounted for a limited time at B&H, so you should probably look around before pulling the trigger. Don’t take too long, though, as inventory is likely limited as well.


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