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Enter for Your Chance to Snag a Rolex Submariner for $1

We’ve partnered with the StockX to bring you the deal of a lifetime.

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Editor’s Note: To enter, create an account with StockX on your desktop or mobile device. If you’re going mobile, find the app in the iOS or Google Play store. If you already have an account, make sure you’re app is updated and jump to step 2. Place a bid for $1 on the $1 Rolex Submariner. You can also search for “$1 Rolex” on the site or in the app to find the promo product page. Earn a bonus entry every time you refer a new friend who also places a bid.

Savvy watch buyers know that scoring a deal on a high-end watch usually means buying used. Savvy watch buyers also know that the used market is plagued with dishonest sellers and sub-par, or even fake, watches. Fortunately, StockX, the “stock market of things,” offers us all a safe haven for buying and selling used watches. Prices are tracked à la stock exchange, and timepieces are authenticated and inspected by a team of experts to make sure they meet StockX’s strict standards for authenticity and quality. But while the website’s stock-exchange-esque method for buying and selling ensures you’ll always find a quality timepiece at an excellent price, we’ve partnered with StockX to offer you a chance at an even better price on a Rolex Submariner Ref 116610.

How much better? How about one dollar?

First launched in 1953 as one of the world’s first recreational dive watches, the Submariner has become one of the most iconic sports watches of all time, with its chunky case, rotating bezel and legible dial helping define the segment for decades to come. The Submariner’s current iteration, the reference 116610, is thoroughly representative of the Submariner’s modernization, featuring a chronometer-grade automatic movement, a ceramic bezel, lume-filled plots and a 300-meter depth rating. Yet despite its deep diving intentions, it’s just as appropriate with a business suit as it is with a wetsuit.

A new one would set you back $8,550, while the going rate for a used reference 116610 is somewhere between $6,000 and $8,000, according to StockX’s marketplace. But we want you to snag it for a dollar. To do that, head over to StockX, make an account, then place a $1 bid on this particular Rolex Submariner before October 26 for your chance at this astounding deal.

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