Deal: iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR are now up to $150 cheaper (Verizon and Sprint only)

Deal: iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR are now up to $150 cheaper (Verizon and Sprint only)
If you need to buy an Apple iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, or iPhone XR on Verizon or Sprint, Best Buy has a deal that you should know of. The retailer lets you save up to $150 on these new Apple smartphones as long as you're buying them on qualifying plans with long-term agreements. Saving won't be instant, instead being reflected in reduced monthly payments over the life of the device - 24 months on either Verizon or Sprint.

Interestingly, this new Best Buy deal is valid only for Verizon and Sprint customers who want to upgrade an existing line, so new lines do not qualify (more often than not, these types of deals are available for new lines only).

The (inevitably lengthy) list below shows how much you can save on each iPhone XS or iPhone XR model bought on Verizon or Sprint with payments over 24 months:

  • Verizon iPhone XS 64 GB - $100 off ($37.49 per month instead of $41.67)
  • Verizon iPhone XS 256 GB - $100 off ($43.74 per month instead of $47.92)
  • Verizon iPhone XS 512 GB - $150 off ($49.99 per month instead of $56.25)
  • Verizon iPhone XS Max 64 GB - $100 off ($41.66 per month instead of $45.84)
  • Verizon iPhone XS Max 256 GB - $100 off ($47.91 per month instead of $52.09)
  • Verizon iPhone XS Max 512 GB - $150 off ($54.16 per month instead of $60.42) 
  • Verizon iPhone XR 64 GB - $100 off ($27.08 per month instead of $31.25)
  • Verizon iPhone XR 128 GB - $100 off ($29.16 per month instead of 33.34)
  • Verizon iPhone XR 256 GB - $100 off ($33.33 per month instead of $37.50)
  • Sprint iPhone XS 64 GB - $150 off ($35.41 per month instead of $41.67)
  • Sprint iPhone XS 256 GB - $150 off ($150 down payment plus $35.41 per month instead of $$41.67)
  • Sprint iPhone XS 512 GB - $150 off ($350 down payment plus $35.41 per month instead of $$41.67)
  • Sprint iPhone XS Max 64 GB - $150 off ($39.58 per month instead of $45.84)
  • Sprint iPhone XS Max 256 GB - $150 off ($150 down payment plus $39.58 per month instead of $45.84)
  • Sprint iPhone XS Max 512 GB - $150 off ($350 down payment plus $39.58 per month instead of $45.84)
  • Sprint iPhone XR 64 GB - $150 off ($24.99 per month instead of $31.25)
  • Sprint iPhone XR 128 GB - $150 off ($50 down payment plus $24.99 per month instead of $31.25)
  • Sprint iPhone XR 256 GB - $150 off ($150 down payment plus $24.99 per month instead of $31.25)

iPhone XS deals available here | iPhone XR deals here


Best Buy does not say for how long these deals will be available. Usually, though, the retailer keeps promo offers like these valid for at least a few days.

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11 Comments

2. darkkjedii

Posts: 30682; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

I’m thinking about selling my Max. It has internet connection issues

3. strategic_developer

Posts: 1627; Member since: Jul 17, 2018

Sell it?! You got it. If you having issues with connectivity, do a network settings reset. If that doesn't correct it, back it up, set the device up as new and then see if you have the same issue. Then if you dont, then restore your backup and see of the problem returns. The biggest issue I've had with connectivity, is restoring a backup to a new device. Usually, resetting the network connections, solves the issue. But when it didn't, I would set up device as new and try it again. But since you just got the device, make your carrier replace it. They have too.

4. darkkjedii

Posts: 30682; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

Google iPhone intel modem issues.

8. Atechguy0

Posts: 918; Member since: Aug 03, 2018

Some carriers are giving you $150 gift cards and a reduced iPhone price. If they are selling so we'll. Then why all the reduced prices. But putting that aside, if Apple and some carriers are really reducing the price of these new iPhones, then it should tell everyone how overpriced every iPhone really is.

5. Venom

Posts: 2838; Member since: Dec 14, 2017

I don't understand why he doesn't just go on ahead and sell it if it bothers him that much. It's not like there isn't a demand for it because somebody will buy it. The way he said it makes it look like he's trying to start something. And before he or anyone says, I don't care about the new iphone Xs. I'm pretty sure several of my comments saying why are floating around but one of the biggest is the lack of TouchID.

6. Venom

Posts: 2838; Member since: Dec 14, 2017

I'll pass. If I wanted to give Apple another shot, the X would not be the phone to do so. I rather stick to the 8 Plus because it is still cutting edge right now.

9. LouisMariano5

Posts: 59; Member since: Sep 22, 2014

no thanks they're still overpriced !

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