Surprise deal lowers iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max prices by $150 with installments
If you want to save more than 50 bucks on the actual cost of a revised iPhone with Apple A13 Bionic processing power, Best Buy is currently running a surprise sale for upgrading Sprint customers. The 64GB variants of the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max are up for grabs at a cool $150 discount across the board as long as you don't have a problem agreeing to a two-year installment plan.
That means you'll be asked to pay $22.91 instead of $29.17 a month for a non-Pro 6.1-inch iPhone 11, amounting to a very reasonable total of 550 bucks or so. Meanwhile, the 5.8-inch iPhone 11 Pro with OLED display technology and a triple camera system will set you back $850 after 24 monthly payments of $35.41 (down from $1,000 split in $41.67 installments). Last but certainly not least, the jumbo-sized iPhone 11 Pro Max can be yours in exchange for "only" $950 if you're an existing Sprint subscriber looking for an upgrade and are willing to spend $39.58 every month for a full two years.
Alternatively, you can score $100 off the list prices of the 64 gig iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max configurations with a one-time Best Buy payment of $600, $900, and $1,000 respectively and an upfront activation on the same aforementioned network. Interestingly, the $100 discount also applies to higher-storage variants with upfront payment, but the only other model marked down on installment plans is the 128GB "regular" iPhone 11.