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.

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1. blingblingthing

Posts: 977; Member since: Oct 23, 2012

$699 for a year old device or $749 for S10e with double the storage and RAM?

4. chris2k5

Posts: 283; Member since: Nov 17, 2012

The iPhone X outperforms the S10e easily.

5. sgodsell

Posts: 7451; Member since: Mar 16, 2013

BS, it does not. The SD 855 is faster, plus it can do real multitasking and split screen multitasking. Something that no iPhone can do today. It also has a headphone jack, and finger print scanner, and dual rear cameras.

2. Vancetastic

Posts: 1580; Member since: May 17, 2017

I wouldn’t necessarily call the battery “excellent”...”sufficient” is a bit more accurate to me. Otherwise, not a bad deal on a pretty great phone.

3. Valdomero

Posts: 698; Member since: Nov 13, 2012

If you have the money and want the phone, go for it. It's been 4 months since I bought mine and it's great. Does almost everything I need (I still miss the emulators :(. )

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