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Apple’s Series 6 Watch is down to $320 at Amazon today

Apple’s Series 6 Watch is down to $320 at Amazon today

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Plus, Verge readers can get a one-year membership to PS Plus for $25

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Over at Amazon, you can save $80 on the Apple Watch Series 6. Normally $400, you can buy the 40mm model with GPS for only $320 if you buy the wearable in red. The sale price on the product listing notes $385, but the retailer will knock an additional $65 off that price at checkout to bring it down to $320.

The Series 6 is currently the flagship watch by Apple and features an always-on display in addition to new sensors that allow users to keep tabs on their blood oxygen levels.

A new Apple Watch watch face
$390

Apple’s wearable features an always-on display and new sensors that provide the ability to monitor your blood oxygen levels.

If you are looking to buy Apple’s most affordable iPad, Best Buy has a deal on the 128GB storage model, which you can buy for only $380 — $50 off its usual retail price of $430. This iPad model includes a 10.2-inch display, an A12 Bionic processor, a Smart Connector to connect to a Smart Keyboard, and a Touch ID fingerprint sensor.

$279

Apple’s eighth-generation iPad with options for 32GB or 128GB of storage looks exactly like the previous iterations, but it has a faster A12 Bionic processor.

Persona 5 Strikers is a sequel to the critically acclaimed JRPG game Persona 5, with gameplay similar to the Dynasty Warriors franchise. If you are looking to buy the game on either PS4 or Switch, Best Buy has knocked $20 off its usual retail price, bringing it down to its lowest price yet of $40.

Persona 5 Strikers

$6033% off
$40

An action RPG sequel to Persona 5 set half a year after the events of the previous title.

PlayStation Plus is an online subscription service that allows both PS4 and PS5 owners to play games (that are not normally free to play) online. But the service also includes some other incentives, including regular discounts on the PlayStation Store, access to free games each month, and, if you have a PS5, access to the PlayStation Plus Collection.

If you are looking to renew your membership, Eneba is offering a deal to readers of The Verge based in the US. From now until April 11th, you can get a one-year membership for $27 when you enter code APRILVERGE at checkout.

PlayStation Plus card
$43

A membership to PlayStation Plus allows PlayStation 4 and PS5 owners to play games online, download free titles every month, and take advantage of discounts on the PS Store.