Apple Watch Series 8 deal: still the cheapest ever price for Cyber Monday

Get the latest Apple Watch Series 8 at the lowest price we’ve ever seen it drop

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Black Friday is over but the Apple Watch Series 8, which was only released in September, is still the cheapest we’ve ever seen in Curry's Cyber Monday sale. Apple discounts are few and far between so now is a great time to take advantage of this top deal. 

View the Apple Watch Series 8 deal at Curry's (opens in new tab)

Currently sitting atop our best smartwatch guide and our best Apple Watch guide, the Apple Watch Series 8 really is an excellent allrounder. It's rated well in terms of smartphone compatibility, price, fitness tracking, size and battery life.

Originally priced at £419, the Apple Watch Series 8 is now £399 at Curry's, saving shoppers £20 on this premium smartwatch model. This might not look like a huge discount but Apple deals are hard to come by especially on their latest models, so this price cut is definitely rare and unlikely to come around again for a while.

This deal is running on all versions of the Apple Watch, including the midnight, starlight, and silver models. Both sizes are catered for as well, with both the 41mm and 45mm models getting the discount.

To shop the Apple Watch Series 8 deal at Curry's, click the link above or keep reading for all the details.

Apple Watch Series 8 - Starlight with Starlight Sports Band, 41 mm:  was £419 (opens in new tab)

Apple Watch Series 8 - Starlight with Starlight Sports Band, 41 mm: was £419, now £399 at Currys (save £20) (opens in new tab)
This is the most affordable model of the Apple Watch. It's the smallest model, at 41mm, and it has GPS but no 4G connection. It's available in Midnight, Starlight, and Silver.

Apple Watch Series 8 - Midnight with Midnight Sports Band, 45 mm:  was £449 (opens in new tab)

Apple Watch Series 8 - Midnight with Midnight Sports Band, 45 mm: was £449, now £429 at Currys (save £20) (opens in new tab)
This is the larger model of the Apple Watch which rises the price by £30. It measures 45mm, and it has GPS but no 4G connection. It's available in Midnight, Starlight, and Silver.

Apple Watch Series 8 Cellular - Starlight with Starlight Sports Band, 41 mm:  was £529 (opens in new tab)

Apple Watch Series 8 Cellular - Starlight with Starlight Sports Band, 41 mm: was £529, now £509 at Currys (save £20) (opens in new tab)
This is the 4G version of the Apple Watch. It's the smallest model, at 41mm, and allows you to make calls and stream music without your phone around. It's available in Midnight, Starlight, and Silver.

Apple Watch Series 8 Cellular - Midnight with Midnight Sports Band, 45 mm:  was £549 (opens in new tab)

Apple Watch Series 8 Cellular - Midnight with Midnight Sports Band, 45 mm: was £549, now £529 at Currys (save £20) (opens in new tab)
This is the 4G version of the Apple Watch. It's the larger model, at 45mm, and allows you to make calls and stream music without your phone around. It's available in Midnight, Starlight, and Silver.

Why you should buy the Apple Watch Series 8

Apple launched the Apple Watch Series 8 in September 2022, replacing its previous iteration of the Apple Watch Series 7

 You get new watch faces, an always-on display, and longer battery life thanks to a new battery-saving mode. There's improved menstrual cycle tracking with the addition of a new temperature sensor to get ovulation estimation.

The Apple Watch Series 8 also has improved safety features, such as crash detection, which will contact the emergency services if it detects you've been in an accident. It's made possible by a new gyroscope and accelerometer.

It's the new low-power mode that's the real star of the show here though, it disables some of the less necessary features, like the always-on display and reduces the amount of heart rate reading taken, but keeps all of the essential features such as smartphone notifications and fitness tracking. This extends to around 36 hours.

Spencer Hart
Style and Travel Editor

As the Style and Travel Editor at T3, Spencer covers everything from clothes to cars and watches to hotels. Everything that's cool, stylish, and interesting, basically. He's been a part of T3 for over seven years, and in that time covered every industry event known to man, from CES and MWC to the Geneva Motorshow and Baselworld. When he's driving up and down the country in search of the greatest driving roads, he can be found messing around on an electric scooter, playing with luxury watches, or testing the latest fragrances.