Apple Watch Series 6, iPhone 11 Pro and more devices are on sale today

We start today’s deals with Apple products getting some attractive discounts over at Woot and Amazon.com. First, you can pick up a new iPhone 11 Pro with a 5.8-inch display and 64GB of storage space for just $880. If you want more storage space, you can get the 256GB option for $1,000 and the 512GB variant for $1,100.

Our next Apple deal comes from Amazon, where you can get a new Apple Watch Series 6 with LTE support with $80 savings. In other words, you can buy the 40mm Graphite Stainless Steel Case with Graphite Milanese Loop Apple Watch for $669. You can also get LTE connectivity for less, as the Blue Aluminum Case with Deep Navy Sport Band can be yours for $459 after a $40 discount. You may also want to check out the latest alternative for those looking for a MagSafe wallet, as Spigen’s Valentinus Phone Card Holder Phone Wallet is getting a $5 discount, leaving it available for just $10.

 

We also find deals on several tablets, as the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ in Mystic Black with WiFi support and 128GB of storage space is getting a $170.99 discount. This means you can get yours for $679. If you want more storage space, you can also choose to go for the 256GB variant that’s now selling for $750.68 after a $179 discount or go for the maxed-out version with 512GB of storage option, which can be yours for $795 after a massive $234.99 discount.

The regular Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 is also on sale, and you can get your new laptop with $150.99 discounts, meaning you can get one for $579 with 256GB of storage space and WiFi support. The 128GB storage option is also on sale, and you can pick one up for $530 with $120 savings. The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite with 128GB of storage is also on sale, and you can get one for $380 after a $50 discount.

 

 

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