Welcome to our Amazon sale Apple Watch live blog, where we will be bringing you the best Apple Watch deals for the all-new Prime Early Access Sale, which begins today. With the Apple Watch 8 and Ultra recently announced, Apple's wearable lineup is bigger than ever. And new arrivals often mean great deals on earlier models. That's where we come in.
Directly below you'll find quick links to the best deals right now. Then you'll find regularly updated Apple Watch deals in depth, many from the Amazon Prime Early Access sale, and some from other retailers. If you want more from Apple, check out our main roundup of Apple Amazon sale offers.
We're expecting many more deals to pop up over today and tomorrow, so keep an eye on this live feed for updates. Not a Prime member yet? You can sign up for a free Amazon Prime Day trial here.
Best Apple Watch deals: US
- Apple Watch Series 8 (41mm): $50 off, now $349
- Apple Watch Series 8 (45mm): $50 off, now $379
- Apple Watch Series 7 (41mm, GPS & Cellular): $80 off, now $419
- Apple Watch SE (1st gen): $90 off, now $239
Best Apple Watch deals: UK
Good morning UK, and welcome to Creative Bloq's new Apple Watch Prime Day live blog. Amazon may have officially called its October retail event the 'Prime Early Access Sale', but that's a bit of a mouthful, so we're just going for 'Prime Day 2'.
Starting now and carrying on through tomorrow, we'll be bringing you all the best Apple Watch Prime Day 2 deals as they go live. A lot of these will be for Prime members only, like this Apple Watch Series 7 deal that brings the price down from £399 to £359. But we'll also be sharing any great Apple Watch discounts that we see from other retailers, too. Basically, if there's a decent chunk of cash off an Apple Watch, we'll be telling you about it.
A word of warning. So far, there has been no Apple Watch 8 or Ultra deals in the Prime Day 2 event. That's to be expected, as they only came out last month. However, as the event goes on, there may be a few quid chopped off the price of the newer watches – watch this space.
While the US sleeps, the UK Apple Watch Prime Day deals dance on! And this groovy number is well worth a second look. If you're a Prime member you can get the 2021 Apple Watch SE (GPS, 41mm) for a mere £239. That's down from £269, so you save £30, or 11 per cent. Now, that's not the very best price that we've ever seen on that model – that would be £219 back in July (for the first Prime Day). Still, it's money off a really good watch.
It's no secret that the Creative Bloq audience wants to see some deals on the most recent Apple Watch Ultra, and Apple Watch 8. But there really aren't any, not in the UK at least... last year, we saw minimal deals on the then recent Apple Watch 7, but that wasn't the worst of it. Stock also disappeared quick sharp. At least this year the recent Ultra and 8 are at least available.
It's here! The first decent US deal on the latest Apple Watch Series 8. Save $50 on the latest iteration of the popular Apple Watch, now down from $399 to $349.
That's actually a brilliant deal. For context, last Prime Day (July), the then recent Apple Watch Series 7 didn't have that much shaved off the price, and there was horrible stock issues... also, don't like red? No probs – this deal is also on the 'Starlight' version (that's off-white to you and me).
If you don't need the latest and greatest, there are some decent deals to be found on slightly older Apple Watch models. The Series 6 (which, aside from a sightly smaller display, isn't a whole lot different to the 7 or 8), is available in the UK with £55 off, down to £379. And this is the cellular model, which means you can leave your phone at home.
Keen to keep it classy? You can currently save a whopping £160 on the stainless steel version of the Apple Watch Series 6, complete with Milanese Loop.
This Apple Watch Series 8 proved to be one of the most incremental upgrades yet – so it's still well worth checking out the Series 7. With that in mind, the Midnight 45mm GPS model is currently £40 off in the UK, down to £359.
Speaking of the Series 7, the Cellular model is currently available in the UK with a whopping £100 off, at just £369. With this version, you can use the watch's many features without relying on WiFi or your phone's data plan. And it just so happens to be the fetching green version that's on offer.
In case you missed it, the brand new Apple Watch Series 8 is currently $50 off in the US. A saving that large on a brand new model is rare – and the Series 8 was only announced last month!
For the most affordable Apple Watch experience available, you can't beat the Apple Watch SE. The 2021 model is almost identical to this year's, and it's available on Amazon in the US for $90 off at $239.
In the UK, there's a modest saving of £10 to be found on the 2022 Apple Watch SE. But it means you're getting a one month-old Apple Watch for under £250, which is pretty remarkable.
In the UK and Europe, it's almost the end of the first day of the 48-hour Prime Early Access sale, and the good news is that there's still stock available on Amazon's Apple Watch Prime Day deals in some colours.
You can save up to £30 on the 41mm Apple Watch Series 7 GPS – now from £339 or save up to £40 on the 45mm version – now from £359. The colour with the most stock remaining seems to be midnight.
These deals are for Prime members only, but if you want cellular connectivity as well as GPS, anyone can save £100 on the Apple Watch Series 7 GPS + cellular in blue.
Back to the US, and what's the status of those surprise Apple Watch Prime Day deals on the brand new Apple Watch Series 8? It's good news: stock is still holding up in several sizes but only in three colours: Starlight, Midnight and (PRODUCT)RED on the GPS configuration on the Watch. So there's still time to save $50 on the Apple Watch Series 8 if you move quick. The 41mm version is $349.99 and the 44m is $379.
If you were hoping for GPS + cellular configuration, you'll need to move very fast indeed, because the only Prime Day Apple Watch deal left there is on the 41mm in graphite – reduced by $40 to $659 (pictured above).