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.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
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.