BEFORE WE know it, Labor Day weekend will be here and the end of summer will commence. While we can’t promise the warm weather will hold out in the weeks that follow, we can guarantee there will be some seriously good Labor Day sales to ring in the changing of the season. This year’s Labor Day sales are the perfect starting point to turn over your wardrobe, swap out home goods, and upgrade your tech.
Speaking of tech, Apple products will be on sale during Labor Day this year at retailers like Amazon and Walmart. The exact savings happening on the holiday weekend are to be determined, but right now we’re already seeing early Apple Labor Day deals of up to 20% off on laptops, headphones, fitness watches, and more. Some of the top discounts at this moment include the Apple AirPods Pro 2nd Gen for $50 off, and the Apple Watch Series 8 for $70 off. There’s no telling how deep these discounts will go come Labor Day, so if you’ve been looking for a specific Apple product to pick up and you find it’s on sale now, you might want to make your purchase. If you want to wait for the Apple Labor Day sales to play out, then make sure to bookmark this page by hitting the “Save” tab above so you can easily check the latest deals.
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When’s the Best Time of the Year to Buy Apple Products?
Black Friday is the best time of the year to buy Apple products, but you can usually find key deals on Apple products throughout the year during major U.S. holidays. Major retailers like Amazon and Walmart usually have Apple products on sale during Memorial Day and Labor Day.
Labor Day is actually a great time of the year to buy Apple Products because the holiday coincides with back to school sales. So outside of buying AirPods and Apple Watches on sale, you can typically find MacBooks and iPads on sale too. Just remember that Apple rarely offers sales of its own on Apple.com.
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John Thompson is the Gear and Commerce Editor at Men’s Health, where he covers fashion, grooming, gear, and technology. He was previously the Style & Gear Editor at BroBible.com, and a commerce writer for TheManual.com. His interests include attending concerts, spending time outside, and following his favorite baseball team, the Kansas City Royals.