Deal: Refurbished iPhone 7 Plus discounted to $569.99, Apple warranty included

ProductLocationItem ConditionCurrent PriceOffer Expires
Apple iPhone 7 Plus 32GBeBayRefurbished$569.99 ($749.99) 24% offN/A


The iPhone 7 Plus is probably still the best smartphone you can currently purchase, but the hefty price tag that it carries can certainly be discouraging. If you've been waiting to grab Apple's latest and greatest at a more reasonable price, you might want to check out the hot new deal for the refurbished 32GB version of the iPhone 7 Plus on eBay. 

You can currently buy the carrier unlocked version of the handset in Black for $569.99 at the e-commerce site, which is $180 or 24% cheaper than the lowest comparable offer that we were able to find. 

Please have in mind that these units are not new, but have been professionally restored to working order by a carrier-approved vendor. This means the product has been inspected, cleaned, and repaired to meet manufacturer specifications. 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 only compatible with GSM networks, so they won't work with Sprint, Verizon, or US Cellular but should be okay to use with all other US carriers. The good news here is that every unit comes with no less than 5 months of Apple's own warranty and that you'll get a 30-day money back guarantee from eBay if you're not happy with your purchase. 

If you want to familiarize yourself with the iPhone 7 Plus, make sure to check out our review of the smartphone. The vendor has already sold 534 units, so it might be a good idea to act fast if this deal interests you. You can follow the link above to see all the details on eBay.

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1. zebraman

Posts: 59; Member since: Sep 11, 2013

Lol iphone is probably still the best smartphone you can buy today. I'm pretty sure the galaxy S7 edge one the award for best smartphone of 2016 not the iPhone. #Iphonearena

2. AlikMalix unregistered

Depends on what your needs are... for many (and I mean hundreds of millions) iPhone is a better choice!

3. iushnt

Posts: 3122; Member since: Feb 06, 2013

And for the remaining hundreds of millions, android is a better choice.

4. AmashAziz

Posts: 2931; Member since: Jun 30, 2014

Lame statement, iushnt. Pretty obvious.

16. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

So facts are lame? How was Alik's statement any less lame?Popularity from marketing is the top reason people buy iPhone's. Many buy because they dont want or need the extra features of Android. which is fine. But they should also pay less for less. If iOS did what Android did, Android would never have stood a chance. If Mac OS did what Windows did, Windows wouldn't have stood a chance. Many people who had feature phones don't need fancy features. I would say its safe to say many who buy Android phones don't heed them either. But they made a choice to but time anyways. After all, if you combined all the sales of top end Android phones, they all outsell the iPhone. Imagine is only one of the Android OEM's were the only Android OEM with Android, liek Apple has with iOS.

25. AmashAziz

Posts: 2931; Member since: Jun 30, 2014

Did you even ready my comment? I mentioned to iushnt that it's pretty obvious and he didn't need to mention it in such an awkward way. Nothing else. WAT R U ON 'BOUT????

23. Unordinary unregistered

Yea cus there cheap plastic $32 phones lmfao

8. Tony_5600

Posts: 82; Member since: Apr 09, 2017

Choices are subjective so this doesn't change the fact that S7 edge is the best smartphone of 2016. Not to mention this is coming from an iPhone 7 Plus owner which is more suitable for my needs.

9. Tony_5600

Posts: 82; Member since: Apr 09, 2017


11. nikhil23

Posts: 467; Member since: Dec 07, 2016

Did you know that android still owns 80% share in mobile market in the world ? So take away hundreds of millions of users and still a billion users prefer android

21. joey_sfb

Posts: 6794; Member since: Mar 29, 2012

Professionally restore by anyone else other than Apple would get its warranty void. You really need to be desperate for an iPhone 7 to take up such risk for $600. I would just pay the additional $300 buck to get the full year warranty. So its a bad deal.

6. Export

Posts: 98; Member since: Apr 24, 2017

All credibility from you is lost when you mix up 'won' with "one." Lol

7. Export

Posts: 98; Member since: Apr 24, 2017

It's a cold hard fact that the resale value on iPhones holds better than any other phone.

17. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

Not [phones in its class. You stupid fools always want to compare resale value of iPhone vs low price Androids. Back when carriers subsuduzed the phones, I paid 299. for every Note up until the Note 5. I sold all of them for more than $450. The only reaspn wny top end Android lose value faster is because newer phones come out quicker. However the Galaxy S and Note all have high resale value equal to the iPhone because of their top end cost. After all, they only come out onc a year. The thing is, you have cheaper options to buy with Andorid. With PAple you dont. The comparison is completely stupid. Gues what, late models cars in low stock have higher resale value. DUH. While you're saying someone loses credibility when heuise "won" vs "one", you lose it even more when you compare the resale value of a phone sold by only one company vs a phone sold by many. You're plain stupid and actual worse off than some who's phone likely auto-corrected the word. Let's compare the sales value of a Anniversary Edition of a Corvette that has limited production to a regular production run Corvette

18. Export

Posts: 98; Member since: Apr 24, 2017

Lets compare iPhone vs high priced androids as well, it's the same thing vs low priced androids, iPhone won even more in return than what you claim you got in return when carriers subsidized the phones. Note 5 is a good phone but not as wanted by the general community. You do have cheaper options with Apple as well. I've sold both flagships and lower end models of both Android and iOS phones Every major phone manufacturer comes out with their flagships and even their midrangers if they are not a one and done at the relatively same rate. LG's G series comes out at a yearly pace, iPhones come out at a yearly pace, Samsung Galaxies come out at a yearly pace Notes do when they don't explode.

5. redmd

Posts: 1943; Member since: Oct 26, 2011

It's better to say "one of the best smartphone you can buy today". Good job PA for the ignition.

10. whatev

Posts: 2321; Member since: Oct 28, 2015

PhoneArena is right, it's still the best smartphone until the iPhone 8 comes out

12. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

$569? Honestly that should be its regular retail price. A refurb should be $269.

14. Export

Posts: 98; Member since: Apr 24, 2017

Do you agree with LG's G6's retail $650 a Samsung S8+ for $850 is righteous in pricing?? I am just curious as to what you think in that regard. A refurbished S7 is $269 if you are lucky and that is a previous generation flagship for Samsung and this is current generation flagship from Apple which go neck and neck for performance benchmarks with each other.

19. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

IMO the G6 price at $650 is to high considering it is using last years SnapDragon. I think it should be $599. Now as far as the S8 going up to $750 and the larger model begin $850? Personally I expect a $50 rise in cost. But when you consider the following facts: The S7 edge cost Samsung $290 to make. The S8 costs $301 to make. The Note 7 was more than the Note 5, due to getting things like an Iris Scanner. The S8 got the Iris Scanner, Facial Recognition Sensor, a larger more expensive screen and the phone comes with premium headphones and it kept all the features of the S7 and the design was improved as well. It also had a newer camera sensor as well and the storage was double from 32GB to 64GB and you still have sdcard support up to 256GB. I'd say its an extra $100 that is well spent. Now the S8+ only difference is size. Is the size difference worth an extra $100? NO! But Apple also went up $100 just because of size with the iPhone 6. I think the S8+ could have been $799 tops or not more than $50 above the its sibling. Because now this means the Note 8 will go from $850 price of the Note 7, to $950 for the Note 8. They are all to expensive. But I dont have an issue yet per se. I think phones almost costing $1000 is ridiculous. Today's smartphone isn't doing that much more than they did 10 years ago. They are just faster. I also look at this. It cost Apple $220 to make an iPhone and they sell for $699 up to $899 vs Samsung costs being $300 and retails at $750 to $850. Which phone you think is actually worth $650? Compare the G6 vs the iPhone 7 vs the Galaxy S7 all at $650. Which one you fell is more worth the cost? I would say of the 3, the S7 is surely worth $650 due to having advanced capabilities. The G6 has more capabilities of just Android alone, but LG didnt add much else. so it should be less and the iPhone has ZERO advanced capabilities and I feel it should be even lesser. I paid $869 for my iPhone 7+ 128GB vs $850 for my S8+. When I consider both at being overpriced, the iPhone is far overpriced vs the S8+.

20. Export

Posts: 98; Member since: Apr 24, 2017

I agree, Apple is a money grab and overcharge the most out of current flagships for what you get but it all comes back to the main point that they are very skewed for their own profit margins.

13. sinfulta

Posts: 279; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

The warranty looks like remaining phone warranty when you read the description. Except that anything that goes wrong with the 3rd party refurbished parts will not be covered under warranty for example if the screen stops working and they open up the phone and see that it's 3rd party (Because it will be on a 7/7P), then you get charged for a out of warranty screen replacement. All to save $220? But had to turn around and spend $149 for a screen. Might as well have just bought a new one at that point. Might as well bought a iPhone 6s Plus 64GB from Apple on their website refurbished for $589 and includes a 1yr warranty and is at least all Apple original parts.

15. Mr.Pussy

Posts: 348; Member since: Feb 16, 2017

Sorry but no deal. It should be free.

22. hazard1

Posts: 236; Member since: Feb 11, 2017

Listen, if Apple (or a reseller) can charge 580 dollars for the phone, then they should. They are charging what they figure the consumer will pay for the device. And to be fair to them, it is a discount from the original price. And let's be honest, whether you like iOS or Android, it is a good phone. There are people out there who will see this as a steal and grab one.

24. jeroome86

Posts: 2314; Member since: Apr 12, 2012

Maybe refurbish is good but I don't trust it. Friend got a refurbish Window phone. Problems galore. My refurbish Xbox360 died after a year.

26. lolatfailphones

Posts: 224; Member since: Apr 08, 2013

Never trust these rats on eBay

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