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Best Buy has Apple's iPhone XR on sale for $150 off list on Verizon and AT&T

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Best Buy has Apple's iPhone XR on sale for $150 off list on Verizon and AT&T
Even though we always expected Amazon's Prime Day 2019 blowout to be epic, the e-commerce giant appears to have outdone itself with dozens of killer deals on everything from the hottest Android smartphones out there to the world's most popular smartwatches and tablets, as well as state-of-the-art headphones, various other mobile accessories, and a huge number of smart home devices.

  • For the best of Amazon's Prime Day Deals 2021, look no further than PhoneArena's specially selected deal hub. We keep track of Amazon and other retailers' top sales there!

But one thing that Prime members can't get at a big discount right now are Apple's latest iPhones. Leave it to Best Buy to discreetly try to steal the show on its arch-rival's big day(s) with some decent albeit not exactly life-altering savings available for the popular iPhone XR. While the retailer is currently advertising price cuts of up to $150 with "qualified activation", you can actually shave as much as $390 off the 6.1-incher's MSRP if you opt for a Sprint monthly installment plan on a new line of service or new account altogether.

The reason Best Buy might not be promoting the massive discount is that it's been around for a while, unlike the $150 off deals for Verizon and AT&T subscribers. On Big Red, you can save that full amount either by signing up for a device payment plan and coughing up $24.99 instead of $31.25 a month for two years or by simply paying 600 bucks instead of $750 upfront.

Meanwhile, on AT&T, you still need to pay $749.99 if you're not a fan of lengthy "contracts." Otherwise, you're also looking at 24 installments of $24.99 each or $19.99 a month if you pick the 30-month Next option. That amounts to a grand total of $600, which is certainly not bad for such a well-reviewed handset with stellar battery life, top-notch speakers, excellent camera, and industry-leading overall performance.


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