This week’s best deals can all be found on Amazon, which is hosting steep discounts on the AirPods Pro 2, Apple Watch Series 9, and the M3 iMac.

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AirPods Pro 2

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  • What’s the deal? Get $60 off AirPods Pro 2 with USB-C
  • Where can I get it? Amazon
  • Where can I find the original deal? Right here

Amazon returned this week with a low price on the AirPods Pro 2 with USB-C, available for $189.00, down from $249.00.

Apple Watch Series 9

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  • What’s the deal? Get $104 off Apple Watch Series 9
  • Where can I get it? Amazon
  • Where can I find the original deal? Right here

Moving on to the Apple Watch, Amazon introduced a new all-time low price on the 41mm GPS Series 9 model this week. You can get the (PRODUCT)RED model for $295.20 in the M/L Sport Band size.

iMac

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  • What’s the deal? Get $149 off M3 iMac
  • Where can I get it? Amazon
  • Where can I find the original deal? Right here
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Note: You won’t see the deal price until checkout.

Capping off the week, Amazon introduced new record low prices across the M3 iMac lineup, providing $149 off nearly every model. You’ll need to clip an on-page coupon in order to see all of these deals at the checkout screen.

Be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

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