SCIENCE NEWS: Get $60 off the Apple Watch SE with this Target holiday hack

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When Target’s Black Friday sale kicks off on Sunday, November 21, it will feature the best deal we’ve ever seen on the Apple Watch SE: Target will be selling the 40mm Apple Watch SE with GPS for $220, good for $60 off the MSRP. This deal is sure to sell quickly as there are very few stock for almost everything this season. If you use our tips, it’s not necessary to battle the digital crowds. This is how it works.

Like other retailers, Target is offering a Holiday Price Match Guarantee that will “match the price if you buy a qualifying item at Target then find the identical item for less at, select online competitors, or in Target’s or competitor’s local print ad” until December 24. That means you can buy an Apple Watch SE now for $280 and then adjust the price when the price officially drops on Sunday, saving you frustration and money.

Target states that you must only refer to the ad in order to obtain the lower price. You can complete Target store price matches at a checkout lane and purchases by calling Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869.

The Apple Watch SE has the same design and display as the Series 6, but is missing a few features, namely an always-on display, S6 processor, Sp02 sensor, and ECG app. However everything else is there: High and low heart rate and irregular heart rhythm notifications, fall detection, noise monitoring, an always-on altimeter, 18-hour battery life, and 50M water resistance.

We called the Apple Watch SE “one of the best smartwatches around” in our review and our opinion hasn’t really changed, despite the arrival of the Apple Watch Series 7. And at this price, nearly $200 less than the Apple Watch Series 7, it’s a no-brainer purchase.

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Since the iPod was called the iWalk, Michael Simon has covered Apple. His obsession with technology dates back to his first computer, the IBM Thinkpad with lift-up keyboard that allowed him to swap out the drive. He still waits for it to return in style.

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