Best Buy has the iPhone X on sale for $200 off, no trade-ins or installments required

Best Buy has the iPhone X on sale for $200 off, no trade-ins or installments required
If you still can't decide whether to splash the cash on a hot new, feature-packed iPhone XS or "settle" for a cheaper iPhone XR with a slightly less impressive design, screen, and camera, maybe you should also consider the iPhone X. Yes, the 2017-released 5.8-incher comes with an older processor, but also a beautiful OLED display, extremely capable dual rear-facing shooters, and for a limited time, a lower price point than the newer and larger XR.

Specifically, you only have 24 hours to score a cool $200 discount at Best Buy, with no trade-ins required and (almost) no strings attached. The main condition to qualify for a substantially marked-down price of $699.99 is activating your service right off the bat on Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint. The good news is both new lines and upgrading Verizon and Sprint customers are eligible for the deal, while AT&T upgrades are not available at the moment.

Keep in mind that you'll still be purchasing a technically unlocked device allowing you to easily switch carriers down the line. Normally priced at $899.99, the 64GB iPhone X is also discounted if you choose to activate service later, but only to $749.99. At $699.99, this bad boy is 50 bucks cheaper than the iPhone XR, and believe it or not, $69 cheaper than a refurbished unlocked iPhone X sold through the Apple Store.

It goes without saying that Best Buy is ready to hook you up with brand-new iPhone X units coated in silver or space gray, packing a still-respectable Apple A11 Bionic SoC, as well as an excellent battery and state-of-the-art screen with the same 2436 x 1125 resolution as the iPhone XS

At 700 bucks, the iPhone X goes up against the Galaxy S10e rather than the "regular" S10. It's certainly a little early to declare a clear winner in that battle, but if you don't pull the trigger now, you may end up regretting your hesitancy. A $200 discount (no monthly installments required) is pretty much the equivalent of a Bigfoot sighting for such a fancy iPhone model.

Check out the deal here


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