After a blockbuster Black Friday, retailers, wireless carriers, and e-commerce giants are offering some lucrative Cyber Monday deals to attract buyers. American consumers’ online spending is going up, and this Cyber Monday is set to be huge. Many people are looking to score a good deal on Apple’s brand new iPhone X. The anniversary iPhone is still difficult to find in stores at regular prices, let alone at a discount. But there are some amazing iPhone X Cyber Monday deals worth checking out.
Best Buy, Target have some of the best iPhone X Cyber Monday deals
The iPhone X has a starting price of $999, but demand for the phone remains sky high. There are tons of excellent deals on other models such as the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, if you want to check them out. Best Buy has one of the best iPhone X Cyber Monday deals. The retailer is offering an up to $250 gift card if you trade-in your current iPhone for the iPhone X.
T-Mobile is offering $300 in bill credits if you trade-in an eligible smartphone for the iPhone X. You have to buy the anniversary iPhone on the Equipment Installment Plan (EIP) with eligible trade-in. The bill credits are spread over 24 monthly installments. Target is also offering 15% discount site-wide.
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Switch to Sprint, save $350
Sprint is offering $350 savings if you transfer your mobile number to the carrier. You don’t necessarily have to trade-in your current phone to avail the discount, just switch from another carrier to Sprint. If you are an existing Sprint customer, you can get the same $350 discount by trading in your current eligible smartphone. This is not specifically one of the iPhone X Cyber Monday deals because it’s going to run until December 07, 2017. But you can take advantage of it right now.
On Black Friday, Walmart was giving a free $300 gift card with the purchase of the iPhone X for AT&T and Verizon customers. The 10th-anniversary iPhone didn’t find a place in Walmart’s official Cyber Monday press release, but it is expected to offer the same $300 gift card on Cyber Monday as well. The offer was a huge hit during the Black Friday sale. Walmart offers free two-day shipping on all orders above $35.
Buy One, Gift One iPhone 8 offer from AT&T
If you are looking to buy the iPhone 8 rather than the iPhone X this Cyber Monday, AT&T has one of the best deals. While others are giving you $100 or $200 gift card, AT&T has come up with the Buy One Gift One offer. That’s at least $700 discount considering the most affordable iPhone 8 costs $700. Here’s how it works. You have to buy a new iPhone 8 and AT&T will give you a second one. However, both the handsets have to be on the AT&T Next Plan.
Now that we are talking about the iPhone 8 deals, Sprint is offering $350 in savings if you buy an iPhone 8 with Sprint Flex. To avail the offer, you have to bring your mobile number to Sprint from another carrier or trade-in an eligible smartphone. Of course, the deal isn’t as good as AT&T’s, but the key here is that Sprint has the same offer for the iPhone 8 Plus as well. AT&T’s offer is only limited to the iPhone 8.
You can get the iPhone 7 for free
If you are interested in older iPhones, AT&T is giving the 32GB iPhone 7 for free! The device is free if you get it on AT&T Next along with a DIRECTV service. Best Buy is also offering $150 in savings on the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Further, you can buy the unlocked version of iPhone 6 for just $275 on Amazon. Meanwhile, Walmart is selling the BeatsX wireless headphones for just $99, down from the usual price of $150.
According to the National Retail Federation, the holiday spending has been growing at nearly 5% per year for the last eight years. Last year, shoppers spent about $700 billion on holiday shopping. More than half of the sales came through online purchases.