Verizon announces Black Friday 2017 deals, iPhones not included


This Black Friday, Verizon Wireless will allow customers to buy select high-end smartphones at up to 50% off - in certain conditions. If you sign up for Verizon Unlimited, the carrier slashes $378 of the prices of the following handsets: Google Pixel 2, Google Pixel 2 XL, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and Moto Z2 Force. The $378 discount will be offered as credit applied to your account over 24 months. This promotion will be available online starting November 23 (Thursday), and in stores on November 24 (Black Friday).



 



Verizon will also take $100 off select smartphones that aren't as new as the models mentioned above (device payment purchase and Verizon Unlimited required). Included here are the Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S7, Google Pixel and Pixel XL, LG G6 and V20, Moto Z Force, and Kyocera Dura Force Pro.



 



As you can see, Verizon won't be including any iPhone models in its Black Friday 2017 offer. However, you will be able to get discounts on iPads. Here are further details, plus other deals:



 



  • $250 off any iPad (with 2-year Verizon service), or $300 off if you also buy a new iPhone on Verizon device payment
  • JBL Charge 3 Portable Bluetooth Speaker: $89.99 instead of $149.99; UE BOOM 2 speaker: $99.99 instead of $199.99; UE MEGABOOM speaker: $179.99 instead of $299.99
  • $50 off Google Home and $20 off Google Home Mini
  • $50 off select Fitbit wearables



You can find out more about Verizon's Black Friday 2017 promotions at the source link below, or in Verizon stores across the US.



 



source: Verizon 

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11 Comments

1. theot14430 unregistered

Why no iPhones? Oh, because people buy them at list price anyway.

2. Phullofphil

Posts: 1762; Member since: Feb 10, 2009

Yes I think they are still selling to where they barley can keep them in stock. Why would they go on sale. I was counting on it for my son though. That sucks. I hope Best Buy or apple or sombody does a good discount.

3. piyath

Posts: 2445; Member since: Mar 23, 2012

Yes they are selling like hot cakes and even their are supply shortages due to high demand while android phones are collecting dust in shelves and storage boxes.

5. Phullofphil

Posts: 1762; Member since: Feb 10, 2009

Even if that’s true you don’t really need to bring out the trolls with the secon coment. Keep it civil. Maybe we can make a difference and have real debates. Like adults.

4. izim1

Posts: 1596; Member since: Feb 04, 2013

Yeah thats not really something to brag about...

6. mrmessma

Posts: 271; Member since: Mar 28, 2012

Old people buy iPhones because their old friends have iPhones. Children point their parents to buy iPhones so that they don't have to be constant tech support. I spent over an hour in a Verizon for my mom upgrading from a 5S to an 8. Almost every 40+ person went straight to the iPhones to check them out first(it's surprising they only have one display model of each variant). I am happy to help my mom with almost anything, but if her friends can show her how to use a feature because they have the same (or a similar) phone, then I'm all for it.

7. Phullofphil

Posts: 1762; Member since: Feb 10, 2009

That’s just one type of people that by iPhones. And it’s a good reason. I have an iPhone and I can root or jailbreak either phone types. People come to me me for tech Suport. For both android or iOS. If you think only tech peopl get android you would be mistaken. They are both computers and if you where smart enough you could do anything you want with either. You are only constrained by either devices because you let them. Apple iOS is definitely easier to use and there is nothing wrong with that. They both pretty much do the same freaking thing.

8. jco23

Posts: 1; Member since: Nov 21, 2017

so let me get this straight, in order to save $325 on the Google Pixel 2, I have to switch my plan from 3GB at $45/month to the unlimited at $75/month. thus, over a 24-month period, I'd pay $720 EXTRA. not to mention that I have to buy the phone in full at first - only to receive a credit over that time. last time I checked, $720 > $375, thus this is NOT a savings. I get that VZW wants folks to switch to their unlimited plan, but switching is not cost effective if the difference is that much.

9. PSAfromThisGuy

Posts: 145; Member since: Jan 16, 2017

actually. the pricing is available in stores on both of those days mentioned above... don't urge people to shop online

10. Jrod99

Posts: 714; Member since: Jan 15, 2016

No Verizon. No way. Never again.

11. brokenwing1107

Posts: 1; Member since: Nov 24, 2017

So, we loyal customers who have already been paying for unlimited get nothing ?

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