Apple iPhone 12 Pro $849.99 at Walmart
Apple iPhone SE (2020) $0 at Verizon
Apple iPhone 11 $299.99 at AT&T

Best Cyber Monday iPhone deals

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Best Cyber Monday iPhone deals
This article will be updated regularly as new Cyber Monday iPhone deals become available

Black Friday 2020 – expected to be the biggest shopping event of the entire year – is already gone but deals are going strong still. Now's the time to make yourself a cup of coffee and dive straight into the ocean of Cyber Monday sales including the Best Buy Cyber Monday deals and the Cyber Monday sales on Amazon
$150
off

Apple iPhone 12 Pro 128GB (AT&T)

$849 99
$999 99
Buy at Walmart
100%
off

Apple iPhone SE (2020) 64GB (new line required)

$0
$399 99
Buy at Verizon
$300
off

Apple iPhone 11 64GB (new line or upgrade required)

$299 99
$599 99
Buy at AT&T
97%
off

Apple iPhone XS 64GB (new line or upgrade required)

$30
$899
Buy at AT&T
$50
off

Apple iPhone XR (with Straight Talk)

$349
$399
Buy at Walmart
$350
off

Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max 64GB (switch to AT&T and qualified activation required)

$649
$999
Buy at Target

All sorts of items are discounted right now, including a range of smartphones for Black Friday. There are even some discounts on iPhones among all the Apple Cyber Monday deals, so we’re updating our list of the best iPhone deals available as relentlessly as ever. Our extensive coverage of the event continues with Cyber Monday sales on Apple Watch, discounts on iPad, and deals on the Apple AirPods.

Cyber Monday deals on iPhones:


iPhone 12 Cyber Monday deals

The 5G iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro, as well as their respective smaller and larger siblings, are the latest and best iPhones, and some impressive offers on these devices for Cyber Monday can be found.

Best Buy, for one, is offering discounts of up to $100 across the entire Apple iPhone 12 series (with a new line or account) and these offers can be coupled with additional carrier promotions, making Apple's latest iPhones even harder to resist this Cyber Monday. 

AT&T buyers at Best Buy can benefit from an unbelievable $800 total discount by heading to the AT&T website after activating their phone on an unlimited plan and completing a trade-in valued at $700 in bill credits. 

If you'd rather make your purchase directly through a carrier, this AT&T Cyber Monday offer will give you up to $700 off with a new line or upgrade and an eligible trade-in. Verizon's Cyber Monday deal includes up to $440 off for existing customers that upgrade with an eligible trade-in. It's also offering a BOGO offer on all iPhone 12 models..

Sam's Club is also running a welcome promotion. Members can receive $50 in bill credits by upgrading to an iPhone 12 series model, and an additional $700 when they trade-in an eligible smartphone. 

Elsewhere, Cyber Monday at Walmart is always a massive event. The retailer is giving buyers the opportunity to save up to $900 on the iPhone 12 series. The deal consists of a $200 discount from Walmart itself and $700 off with a qualified trade-in and line activation.

Lastly, the Target Black Friday sale offers customers $700 off when you trade in to a new line or upgrade on an eligible unlimited plan.

iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone SE (2020) deals on Cyber Monday

The iPhone 11 and iPhone SE (2020) may sit on opposite ends of Apple's iPhone spectrum, but both are available with decent discounts over the Cyber Monday period.

Both AT&T has a great deal on the iPhone 11 that gives you up to $300 in bill credits applied in equal amounts over 30 monthly payments. That’s equal to half the price of a 64GB iPhone 11, although it can also be applied to the 128GB and 256GB models. If you're lucky enough to be completing a trade-in, AT&T will take a further $5/month off the total, or $150.

If the iPhone 11 Pro or Pro Max are more your style, Verizon might be the one for you. It's offering $850 off when you trade-in an eligible phone and $250 more if you switch. You can also pick up the devices from AT&T for up to $700 off.

Amazon has the devices for less in renewed condition and Best Buy sells new models with a $100 discount if a new Sprint (T-Mobile) line is activated. However, the best deal of all is arguably Target's. It includes a $700 discount with an eligible trade-in and a $350 gift card with a qualified activation.

As an alternative, AT&T sells the iPhone SE (2020) for free with an Unlimited plan and eligible trade-in, or $150 without the trade-in. Walmart, on the other hand, is being generous with a $150 discount on Straight Talk and Total Wireless, while Sam's Club will give you the phone for $189 on Simple Mobile. 

If you shop at Verizon, Big Red is also selling the phone for free with a new line. 

Best Cyber Monday 2020 iPhone XR and iPhone XS offers


The iPhone XR and iPhone XS are now a couple of years old, so there are even more generous discounts on these.

Walmart and Sam's Club offer $50 and $60 discounts respectively. However, Verizon will give its customers an even larger $379 discount. AT&T, on the other hand, offers $700 off with an eligible trade-in, which essentially means the iPhone XR is free. 
Apple iPhone XR

As for the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, both models are available with hefty discounts if refurbished models don't bother you. But if you prefer a new device, AT&T has the device for as little as $1/month over 30 months this Black Friday.

An even better option if you don't care about the retailer is Target. The iPhone XS can be picked up with a $700 discount if you trade in and a $200 gift card in-store. The iPhone XS Max, on the other hand, is also available with a $200 gift card. 

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