The iPhone X is one of the hottest phones on the market, and is sure to be a major seller this holiday season. Many people get their Christmas shopping done on Black Friday, and there are always some great deals on your favorite products during the busiest shopping day of the year. If you want this $1000 phone for Christmas, you really should take advantage of the only iPhone X Black Friday deal that’s worth your time: the offer in the Walmart Black Friday circular.

iPhone X Black Friday Deal
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Strangely enough, Apple doesn’t seem to be pushing their products particularly hard during this time of the year. Perhaps it’s because of the incredible popularity their products have by default, but you won’t find super steep discounts from the manufacturer themselves. In this case, your best bet is to buy the phone from a third-party retailer — or more specifically, Walmart.

Long story short, with the purchase of any qualifying iPhone product and a contract with AT&T or Verizon Wireless, you’ll get a $300 Walmart gift card. If you read the fine print, you’ll find that the iPhone X is also included in this deal.

You’ll still end up paying $1000 for the phone, but that price is often reduced when you sign a contract with a major carrier. That $300 gift card is more than worth making the trek out to Walmart, and you can even use that new cash buying some more steeply discounted electronics while you’re there.

Strangely enough, Walmart uses a picture of the iPhone 8 to advertise the deal, rather than the latest and greatest iPhone X that everyone’s talking about. While the iPhone 8 is an excellent phone, the new face ID and upgraded specs from the X are truly groundbreaking when it comes to luxury smartphones. We speculate that this might have been because of a limited stock of the brand new phone, but this iPhone X Black Friday deal is not one you’ll want to miss!

The deal runs from November 23rd through the 26th, and is applicable with the purchase of an iPhone and an AT&T Next Plan or the Verizon Wireless Device Payment Plan.

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