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Get the lowest Apple Watch Series 7 prices in October 2022

A man wears the Apple Watch Series 7 on his wrist.
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Since its release in October 2021, the Apple Watch Series 7 price has not been as immovable as we thought it would be. Though Apple products keep their retail price for longer than many other tech brands, thanks to Black Friday, Christmas sales and the recent Memorial Day Sale, we've see some genuinely low Apple Watch 7 deals. And if you want to make the most of the next batch of Apple Watch 7 deals, we advise you bookmark this page, as it will be pulling in the very best Apple Watch Series 7 prices around. 

Of course, you won't be the only one that's looking for a killer Apple Watch 7 deal. When we were monitoring the Apple Watch Series 7 price over Black Friday 2021, we noticed some decent deals shaving around $30 off the new watch (it had only been out a month), but the deals didn't last! We're now seeing bigger savings, but still the Apple Watch 7 deals that we're pulling in aren't lasting too long. 

So what does a good Apple Watch Series 7 price look like in June? Of course, the Apple Watch 7 is still being sold over at Apple for its September 2021 release price of $399/£349, and in our opinion, that's a fair price for what you get. We've had our hands on nearly all the Apple Watches to date, and we believe the latest is the greatest, no question.

But you don't have to pay the retail price for the Apple Watch Series 7. For context, over last year's Black Friday the best deal we saw was the Apple Watch Series 7 price falling by $50. Over Memorial Day 2022, it was a similar story, with the best deal being the GPS version of the Series 7 having $90 taken off its price. Right now, the best Apple Watch Series 7 prices that you'll be seeing are actually renewed models over on Amazon. These are guaranteed, but not new, so be aware of that if you head over to the smiley retailer.   

It's safe to say, we like the Apple Watch Series 7, but if you're looking to save even more money, take a look at our guide to the best Apple Watch SE deals, and the best Apple Watch Series 3 prices.

The best Apple Watch Series 7 prices today

Three Apple Watch Series 7s line up together on a blue background.

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Apple Watch Series 7

A top-end Apple Watch that's seeing some great deals.

Size: 41mm & 45mm | Chip : S7 dual-core processor | Always on screen: Yes | ECG and blood oxygen: Yes

Thinnest bezels, sleekest design
Beautiful screen
Super fast to charge
Comparable to the 6 (but more expensive)
One full-day battery life

We're unlikely to see many massive Apple Watch Series 7 deals for a while since it's still relatively fresh. Plus it's the best Apple Watch so far, and it's still in massive demand. That means that you'll probably have to pay the retail price, which starts at $399/£369 for the 41mm GPS model and $429/£399 for the Apple Watch series 7 45mm GPS version. The cellular versions (which offer data access with supported carriers) start at $499/£469 (41mm) and $529/£499 (45mm)

These are the prices for models with an aluminium case and a sport loop, solo loop or sport band. You'll pay more if you want a braided sport loop or leather link strap, and the most expensive standard model is the silver case with a buckle strap. There are also Apple Watch 7 special editions, including the Nike edition and Hermes edition, which are way more pricey (we don't include those in the above deals widget).

We saw some small discounts on Black Friday and around Christmas 2021. Amazon slashed $20/£20 off in the US and the UK, and Very also had £20 in the UK. The best deal to date was in the US and saw $50 come off the blue model of the 41mm Series 7. It didn't last the morning! 

Is the Apple Watch 7 display any good?

Oh yeah! Though it was rumoured that the Apple Watch Series 7 would be flat-edged, like the iPhone 13, but ultimately wasn't, it has provided the thinnest bezels for any Apple Watch to date, at just 1.7mm. That, combined with a larger case, results in a display that's 20% bigger than Apple Watch 6 (see the best Apple Watch Series 6 prices available here).

Instead of the 40mm and 44mm options that came with the Apple Watch 6, and indeed the 5 and 4 before it, the Apple Watch 7 comes in 41mm and 45mm versions. The other notable improvement in the new display is that, compared with the Apple Watch 6, it's 70% brighter indoors when in always-on mode, and it's now big enough to feature a QWERTY keyboard, with QuickPath tap and drag technology. 

What are the Apple Watch Series 7 specs?

The Apple Watch 7 features Apple's S7 chip, 32GB of storage and promises 18 hours of battery life. That's all in line with the Series 6, but where it differs is that the Apple Watch 7's battery can charge 30% faster than its predecessor, boasting an 80% charge in just 45 minutes.

This new Apple Watch also shares the same sensor as last year's, so you'll have to wait for the hotly anticipated blood pressure and glucometers features in Apple Watch Series 8 (or beyond). However, you can still track your blood oxygen levels, ECG and heart rate, so it's still a solid smartwatch for fitness buffs. There's also a new mindfulness app, cycling fall detection and calorie burning calculator, which overall makes this the best Apple Watch to date.

When was the Apple Watch Series 7 released?

The Apple Watch Series 7 was announced on 14 September, alongside the iPhone 13, was available for pre-order on the 8 October, and has been available to buy since 15 October 2021. It was rumoured that stock was fairly low initially, but we saw some small discounts on Black Friday 2021 all the same (though they didn't last long).

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Beren Neale
Deals Editor

Beren has worked on creative tech magazines and websites at Future Publishing for 13 years. He started this journey as Staff Writer on the digital art magazine ImagineFX, and in 2012 found himself bridging the magazine/website divide as Commissioning Editor on the newly launched Creative Bloq. Since then he took the editor role on ImagineFX, was Launch Editor of the fine art magazine Paint & Draw, moved to Canon Pro Europe website as Deputy Editor, and then edited the graphic design magazine Computer Arts. In 2020 he moved back to Creative Bloq, the biggest global art and design website, and as Deals Editor has applied his expertise in creative tech to help digital creatives get the best deals on the kit that they need and love. Outside of work, Beren is an avid rock climber and music nut.