Best Buy has Apple devices on sale for Father's Day including iPhone 6s for $1 on contract

Best Buy has Apple devices on sale for Father's Day including iPhone 6s for $1 on contract
With Father's Day coming on June 19th, Best Buy has a number of deals on Apple products including the 16GB Apple iPhone 6s. Apple's current 4.7-inch handset is just $1 with a signed two-year contract with Verizon, AT&T or Sprint. If the purchase is made from Sprint or Verizon, the buyer will receive a free LifeProof FRĒ case. If you need to get on your Dad's good side, buying this phone is the way to do it!

If your Dad needs a new watch, how about getting him a smartwatch for Father's Day? From now through June 18th, Best Buy has the Apple Watch on sale for as much as $100 off. The 38mm Apple Watch Sport model is $249, down from its regular $299 price. You can save $100 on the 42mm Apple Watch with a stainless steel case and a Black Sport Band. From now through June 18th, the latter is $499 as opposed to the regular price of $599.

On the other hand, you might think that your Dad would be better served by owning a tablet. The Apple iPad Air 2 and the Apple iPad mini 4 are both $100 off through June 18th. The iPad Air 2 starts as low as $299.99 for the 16GB Wi-Fi only model, while the same price gets you the 16GB Wi-Fi only model of the Apple iPad mini 4. Wi-Fi + cellular versions of both slates are also $100 off.

And the Beats by Dr. Dre Solo 2 headphones, normally $199.99, are just $79.99 for the Father's Day sales event. Considering that the bargains end on June 18th (the day before Father's Day), you should make it a point to visit your brick and mortar or online Best Buy store ASAP. That is, if you want to remain Dad's favorite.

source: BestBuy



1. DRS1977

Posts: 679; Member since: May 27, 2015

Wait a second, I thought only super elite and rich people owned Apple products? I guess I was wrong. Anyone with flip-flops, a heartbeat and a bus ride to Best Buy with 4 quarters in their camouflage cargo short pockets can own an Apple product.

2. zeppo

Posts: 200; Member since: Jul 21, 2015

You can't afford an iPhone, lol

3. joey_sfb

Posts: 6794; Member since: Mar 29, 2012

I can't afford to lose my freedom to choose other better gadgets and deals around. Have the widest possible gadget compatible and not having to pay for expensive accessories due to MFi licensing and others form of apple imposed restrictions. Many don't mind it, i am not one of them.

4. Rydsmith unregistered

There is this amazing website where MFi devices (to ensure safety and compatibility) are relatively cheap, hell they even sell their own. It's something like or something similar to that.

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