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Amazon slashes the Apple Watch 6 price by $49 for New Year’s

Do you have big exercise plans for 2021? Looking to stay more organized and connected? Just need to celebrate a very long year finally ending? An Apple Watch can help with all of those things, and now is a great time to buy. Amazon cut $49 off the Apple Watch Series 6, meaning you can grab one for only $450. We don’t know how long this sale will stay up, and Apple Watch deals are sure to be popular as everyone prepares to tackle 2021 on a high note, so grab one while they’re still available.

The Apple Watch Series 6 is the best Apple Watch available, no question. It has every major feature of the SE and Series 3, with some added benefits. If upping your fitness is your main reason for getting a smartwatch, you should definitely go with the Series 6. It has the ability to measure your blood oxygen levels and show you an ECG — basically, you have a whole heart monitor on your wrist. Like previous models, it will also tell you if you’re experiencing any irregular heart patterns. The optical heart sensor on the Series 6 is the newest generation, more accurate than previous models.

If the reason you’re getting a smartwatch is for organization, the Apple Watch Series 6 has you covered. All of your alerts go straight to your wrist, so you’ll never miss a beat. You can use Apple Pay right from your watch, streamlining your payment processes and eliminating the need to touch credit card machines. Apple Watches track your sleep patterns (if you’re willing to wear it to bed), so you can figure out how to adapt your sleep schedule to your needs. The Series 6 is also the most stylish Apple Watch — because it looks like a watch. The Always On display switches the screen to a watch face whenever you’re not using it, rather than shutting it off completely. A tap of the screen or a lift of your wrist will bring the menus back up.

More Apple Watch deals available now

The Apple Watch Series 6 is a great piece of tech to start 2021 off right. Grab the perfect fitness accessory at Amazon today for $50 cheaper — only $450 during this year-end sale. Check out some other Apple Watch deals below.

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Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS, 38mm)

$169 $199
The Series 3 may be older, but it's still a fantastic smartwatch. Monitor your heart rate, share activities with friends, and get personalized coaching, all in a sleek Space Gray case with black band.
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Apple Watch Series 5 (GPS, 44mm)

$329 $429
Even with the introduction of the Apple Watch Series 6, the Series 5 is a solid purchase. Pick it up for less and enjoy features like heart-rate monitoring and workout tracking.
Save $19 at checkout
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Apple Watch Series 6 (GPS, 44mm)

$409 $429
The Apple Watch Series 6 is arguably the most advanced smartwatch to date, capable of making anyone's life loaded to the brim with the most convenient features that rival phones thrice its price.
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Apple Watch Series 5 (GPS + Cellular, 40mm, Stainless Steel)

$599 $699
Sport a striking stainless steel case instead of the standard aluminum. With helpful health tracking, it also features both GPS and cellular network connectivity, so you can go phone-free.
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Apple Watch Series 5 (GPS, 40mm)

$349 $399
The 40mm variant of the Series 5 has a gold aluminum case, pink sand sports band, GPS, and handy features like heart-rate monitoring and menstrual cycle tracking to keep you healthy.
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Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS, 42mm)

$299 $329
This Apple smartwatch with a 42mm Space Gray case is the ultimate fitness accessory, featuring heart rate monitoring and personalized coaching as well as GPS tracking for your runs.
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