Consumerist reports that Apple is expanding where consumers can buy its Apple Watch, adding Target as the second retailer aside from the brand’s mothership to offer the gadget. Best Buy was the first retailer Apple allowed to sell Apple Watch.
Target says the Apple Watch will be in some stores this week, and in all locations by Oct. 25. For those who prefer shopping online, it’ll be available on Target.com on Oct. 18.
Just like the deal with Best Buy, shoppers will be limited to a certain assortment of watch styles — so don't count on finding the fancy 18-karat rose gold version for $17,000 at Target, as you’ll have to go straight to Apple for that. Select models and bands will be available at all Target stores, with more Apple Watch Sport and Apple Watch styles available online, ranging from $349 to $599 in price.