You need to hurry if you want to score a $585 iPhone XR or several other discounted handsets

You need to hurry if you want to score a $585 iPhone XR or several other discounted handsets
After releasing one new model with a modern design and premium features and two lower-cost handsets in 2017, Apple followed up the iPhone X last year with a pair of ultra-high-end mobile devices and a slightly more affordable iPhone XR. To the surprise of, well, no one really, the XS and XS Max were surpassed in popularity by their LCD screen-sporting sibling, which quickly became the overall best-selling smartphone in the US.

As such, hefty iPhone XR discounts are understandably hard to come by, but if you know where to look and don't mind occasionally jumping through certain hoops, you can easily shave anywhere between $150 and $390 off the 6.1-incher's list price. While Best Buy's recent deals for Verizon and AT&T subscribers are no longer available, you have a few more hours to score the immensely popular and exceptionally well-reviewed handset at $585 instead of $750 from a different carrier.

Sprint-owned Boost Mobile has been selling the 64GB iPhone XR for $649.99 with pretty much no strings attached for a while now, but a 1-day-only flash sale allows you to take an additional 10 percent off by using the "AUGFLASH2019" promo code online before checking out. The 10 percent discount also applies to the 128 and 256 gig configurations of the Apple A12-powered device, as well as any other phone currently sold by Boost with activation on a prepaid unlimited plan starting at $50 a month.

That includes the surprisingly premium Coolpad Legacy that typically costs a measly $99.99, a creativity-encouraging LG Stylo 5 you normally have to pay $199.99 for, a recently released $199.99 Samsung Galaxy A20, as well as everything from the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus to the Galaxy S10e, Moto G7 Play, Wiko Ride, Galaxy S9, iPhone X, XS, and XS Max.

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