Surprise deal lowers iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max prices by $150 with installments

Surprise deal lowers iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max prices by $150 with installments
Unless you have something good to trade in, it's probably not a good idea to pre-order the hot new iPhone 11, 11 Pro, or 11 Pro Max directly from Apple's US online store. That's because a bunch of interesting deals are available elsewhere, from the customary carrier BOGO dance to the compelling freebies you can get at Sam's Club and Visible and Walmart's small but notable discount with qualifying activations.

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.

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