Deal: Refurbished Apple iPhone 6s Plus discounted to $319.99, save 40% off its MSRP


ProductLocationItem ConditionCurrent PriceOffer Expires
Apple iPhone 6s Plus 16GBDaily StealsRefurbished$319.99 ($589.00) 56%+ off-

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Looking to get yourself a great Apple phone but don't want to break the bank? If that's the case, you might want to check out DailySteals' lucrative offer for the refurbished 16GB version of the iPhone 6s Plus. You can currently grab the handset in Gray, Silver, or Gold for $319.99 - way less than the $529 price tag that Apple has listed on its store.

Please have in mind that the units DailySteals is selling are not new, but have been inspected, cleaned, and repaired by the site's supplier to ensure that they are fully functional. You might find some minor wear and tear or scratches, but aside from that, you shouldn't have any problems while you're using the device. The listing states that these iPhones are factory unlocked, so they won't come with a SIM card, but should work just fine with all major US carriers. A charger and a 90-day warranty are also included in the offer.

We still recommend the 2015 Apple flagship as a good buy, and if you want to familiarize yourself with the iPhone 6s Plus, make sure to check out our review for the smartphone. If you're interested in this deal, follow the link above. 

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19 Comments

1. kerginaldo17 unregistered

Why Samsung does not want to sell the refurbished 7 note?

2. Arch_Fiend

Posts: 3951; Member since: Oct 03, 2015

Because everyone still remembers it as the phone that might go boom! In other words, the Note 7 has to bad of a reputation for people to trust it. Samsung just wants to bury the Note 7 and all the bad rep that came with it.

4. DavMor0069

Posts: 266; Member since: Dec 09, 2015

Why are you trying so hard?

5. AlikMalix unregistered

Because there were not one, but two recalls. The consumer will probably think that if Samsung couldn't fix it the second time - what difference does a third try make? The effort might "fall flat on its face": 1. It will cost money to "refurbish" those Note7s, 2. The issue still resonates with consumer - may not have enough sales to cover cost of the entire refurbish program, 3 the factory that stored and researched Note 7s battery issue IRONICALLY burned down. Samsung most likely will reuse parts from note7's in their J or A line. Those look like the previous Samsung phones anyway - I wouldn't be surprised if J, O, and A series are just rebuilt 5s and 6s models that didn't sell.

6. darkkjedii

Posts: 31529; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

According to remixfa, the Note 7 thing was forgotten about after 30 days.

9. Phonehex

Posts: 768; Member since: Feb 16, 2016

It was kind of forgotten by the world , but iPhonearena didn't let that happen , there were Note 7 references in every single article they wrote for the next couple of months.

15. darkkjedii

Posts: 31529; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

The world doesn't come to PhoneArena, try again. PhoneArena's a business that brings tech news, and they should bring everything they can. Samsung f'd up, don't blame PhoneArena for bringing relevant news, that's still relevant fanboy. When the S8 launches, they should use the Note 7 in each article, because we will judge it by the Note 7. Welcome to the internet.

10. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

to the average consumer that didn't have a note 7, they likely dont even know about it. Passing "oh I remember hearing something about it" at best. Samsung's strong financials during and after the crisis reflect that. The only thing they have to do is adjust the back plate and stick in a different/possibly smaller battery that isnt so high pressure. Are you kidding, if they sold them new/refurb for like $300 just to get rid of the stock instead of destroying it, I would have already bought one. That's an excellent device.

14. kiko007

Posts: 7520; Member since: Feb 17, 2016

Samsung's strong financials are from: their components sales and selling off several entities after the Note fiasco started. Besides that, Samsung dropped from 7th in an American consumer poll to 49th in a period of 5 months. That's no coincidence.... the Note fiasco caused that decrease.

16. darkkjedii

Posts: 31529; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

Every news outlet, with a tech section will compare the S8 to the Note 7. ABC, NBC, CBS, CNET etc. The mentions of it are inevitable, the fanboys know it, but wanna dismiss it as nothing.

19. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

Samsung for the past few years have made more money off fabrication vs phone sales...SO WHAT. Their finances are based on ALL selling items, not what YOU only want to count.

3. LebronJamesFanboy

Posts: 671; Member since: Mar 23, 2013

This is an awesome deal.

7. k9luvr

Posts: 122; Member since: Oct 17, 2016

A good deal on a refurb product is 50% off MSRP

8. NarutoKage14

Posts: 1339; Member since: Aug 31, 2016

So if you buy a refurbished 16GB 6s Plus directly from Apple it's $529?

11. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

so, does this iphone already come with it's planned obsolescence installed? Is it already slowed?? lol who the hell would buy such an old and outdated and slowed device for so much? good lord.

13. kiko007

Posts: 7520; Member since: Feb 17, 2016

An Android user calling any iPhone slow is laughable.....

17. joey_sfb

Posts: 6794; Member since: Mar 29, 2012

I find your comment even more amusing.... Coming from a brain washed sheep no wonder you don't get what the 80% already knew. LOL ROTF!!!

12. darkoman4

Posts: 183; Member since: May 30, 2014

6S is good phone, but 16 GB internal storage is a no no.

18. joey_sfb

Posts: 6794; Member since: Mar 29, 2012

A refurbish iPhone with unknown internal and external condition. Paying $199 is already taking on too much risk.

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