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Amazon offering deals on official Apple Watch bands

Currently, Amazon is offering marvelous deals on some of the products and these include discounts on official Apple Watch bands. iPhone SE is also seeing a great discount during the sale-period on Woot. Customers can also get $199 off on iPad Pro in today’s 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

We have reports that Amazon is offering a great discount on various official Apple Watch bands. With a flat 50% discount, you can bring the official Apple Watch bands home for just $22. These bands are designed for 42 and 44mm Apple Watches. When not on sale, the original price of the official Apple Watch band is $49 at other retailers.

The best part of the news is that the deal which Amazon is offering on the Apple Watch bands has made the product reach its all-time low in terms of the prices.

One of our news sources interacted with an Apple fan and here is what he shared:

“Apple’s Sport Loop bands deliver a “soft, breathable, and lightweight” design thanks to its nylon build. This year, I went with a Sport Loop for the first time on my Apple Watch and have been very pleased with its build quality. Apple made it easy to find just the right fit with this fully-adjustable band. Check out the entire sale right here. And If today’s deals don’t fit your style, be sure to jump over to our roundup of the best third-party Apple Watch bands from $5 for even more options”.

Also, Woot is offering a great discount on its Apple iPhone SE refurbished models which are starting from $85. The smartphone is available in various capacities for an additional $10-$15. There are reports that Woot is offering free shipping facility to the Prime members and if you are not a Prime member then a $6 delivery fee will apply on the product.

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Mike Butcher

Mike Butcher

Mike is a seasoned journalist with nearly 10 years of experience. While studying journalism at the University of Tennessee, Mike found a passion for finding engaging stories. As a contributor to Daily Research Expedition, Mike mostly covers state and national developments.

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