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Daily Deals: 40% Off HBO Max, Pre-Order iPhone 14, Apple Watch Ultra Now – PCMag

Carriers are offering trade-in deals for the new iPhone 14, plus streaming fans can catch up on the new Games of Thrones prequel with 40% off HBO Max.
On the hunt for a deal? Amazon(Opens in a new window), Best Buy(Opens in a new window), and Walmart(Opens in a new window) have some good options, as does Dell on PC configurations during its semi-annual sale(Opens in a new window). If you’re looking to upgrade your current rig, now is a good time to shop.
Apple this week announced its next generation of products, including the iPhone 14 lineup (here’s how you can get the best deal on a new smartphone) and new Apple Watches.
Yesterday was also Disney+ Day, and the streaming service announced a discounted first month for subscribers through Sept. 12. Today you can get another excellent streaming service at a deep discount. Now through Oct. 30, you can save over 40%(Opens in a new window) when you prepay for a year of HBO Max; $69.99 with ads and $104.99 ad-free. HBO Max offers many award-winning series and movies, like the Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon and the new season of Industry.
HBO Max Streaming Service(Opens in a new window): from $69.99 for First Month (Reg $100)
Apple iPhone MagSafe Leather Wallet(Opens in a new window) (iPhones 12 & Up) $29.99 (Reg $59)
Disney+ Streaming Service:(Opens in a new window) $1.99 for First Month (Reg $7.99/mo)
FlashForge Adventurer 3 Lite 3D Printer(Opens in a new window): $249.99 (Reg $300)
Samsung Pro Endurance 128GB MicroSDXC Memory Card(Opens in a new window) $15.99 (Reg $19)
Lenovo Smart Clock 2 with Wireless Qi Charging Dock(Opens in a new window) $49.88 (Reg $90)
Alienware Aurora R10 Ryzen 7 RTX 3060 Desktop(Opens in a new window) $1,199.99 (Reg $1880)
Dell Inspiron 16 5625 Ryzen 5 Touch Laptop(Opens in a new window) $599.99 (Reg $800)
iDataStart 2-Way LED Remote Start System (Installation Included)(Opens in a new window) $349.99 (Reg $600)
Energizer x400 Rechargeable Water Resistant Pen Light(Opens in a new window) $17.51 (Reg $19)
New Apple iPhone 14 – Pre-order Apple’s latest iPhone from your carrier of choice. Currently, Verizon is offering the highest trade-in value if you swap over since it includes an extra $200 Verizon gift card, which you can use towards your bill or mobile accessories. Terms and conditions apply; be sure to read the fine print.
Verizon(Opens in a new window): Up to $1,000 off with eligible trade-in via a 36-month bill credit, $200 Verizon gift card with eligible switch over.
AT&T(Opens in a new window): Up to $1,000 off with eligible trade-in via a 36-month bill credit.
T-Mobile(Opens in a new window): Up to $1,000 off with eligible trade-in via a 24-month bill credit on Magenta Max plan.
Apple:(Opens in a new window) Up to $750 off with eligible trade-in. Unlocked phones available.
New Apple Watches, AirPods Pro Pre-orders(Opens in a new window) are available now at Amazon now. Apple Watch Ultra is the newest smartwatch model with a large 49mm rugged case for sports and outdoor enthusiasts. The second-generation AirPods Pro run a new H2 chip for improved active noise cancellation and transparency mode, touch controls, and battery life. Amazon(Opens in a new window) is also discounting the older Apple Watch and AirPods Pro. When buying from Amazon you get the same one-year AppleCare warranty as buying from the Apple Store. (Heavy Amazon shoppers might want to consider the Amazon Credit Card(Opens in a new window), which offers up to 3% back in points for non-Prime members and up to 5% for Prime members.)
HBO Max(Opens in a new window) $69.99 for First Month – Find your new streaming addiction on HBO Max. There are hundreds of movies and TV shows to choose from, some of which are HBO Max Originals, so there’s something for everyone on this extensive platform. If you don’t mind ads, you can start your cinematic journey for as low as $69.99. The ad-free plan costs a bit more at $104.99, but it also includes the ability to download your shows so you can watch wherever you are and enables streaming in 4K UHD. 
As always, these daily deals are only live for a limited time.
In PCMag’s Deals of the Day, we find the best deals online so you don’t have to. If you buy anything through this post, PCMag may earn a share of the sale. See our Terms of Use(Opens in a new window) for more details. All pricing is accurate at time of posting.
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When she isn’t perusing online stores for deals, Jade enjoys playing video games (mostly JRPGs and roguelikes) from an ever-growing library on her PS5 and building Gundam models. She has a host of hobbies from amateur photography to collecting way too many scale figures and geeky merch. Her love of electronics has persisted through her youth—in particular for computers and video game consoles. Jade lives in blissful harmony with her wife, cat, dog, two chinchillas, and a Shark Robot vacuum named Bruce (a la Finding Nemo). And, yes, he has a little fin.
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An avid bargain hunter, Eric has been with PCMag’s sister site TechBargains since 2014. There, he focuses on finding coupons and sharing deals on a range of products, from laptops and travel deals to online courses and more. When he’s not slinging deals on TechBargains, he likes to run trails around San Francisco, listen to Joe Rogan podcasts, surf reddit, and watch shows like Rick & Morty and Game of Thrones.
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