iPhone XS 64 GB now comes with a $250 gift card at Target

iPhone XS 64 GB now comes with a $250 gift card at Target
US customers in search of a good deal on Apple's iPhone XS should know that Target currently has a pretty attractive offer in store. The giant retailer is giving away free $250 gift cards with purchase of the Apple iPhone XS 64 GB, but only in the case of the gold model. Another requirement for this deal is that your gold iPhone XS 64 GB must be activated with Verizon or AT&T (with monthly payments on Verizon Device Payment or AT&T Next). You don't necessarily need to activate a new line of service, as upgrades are eligible too. 

For some reason, Target is asking $1,049 for the iPhone XS 64 GB, despite the fact that Apple itself is charging $50 less ($999). Still, thanks to the retailer's current offer, you're basically winning $200. The $250 gift card that you're getting with the iPhone XS 64 GB can be used to purchase anything from Target.

According to Target, this iPhone XS 64 GB offer is valid until April 13 (this Saturday) or while supplies last. The deal is available only in stores, but you can reserve your iPhone online here.


Released in September 2018 alongside the iPhone XS Max, the iPhone XS is Apple's best relatively compact handset to date. Among other things, the device offers a super-powerful A12 Bionic processor, good battery life, and an excellent dual camera with 2x optical zoom and 4K video recording at 60fps. Our iPhone XS review will let you take a much closer look at the handset and its features.

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iPhone XS
  • Display 5.8" 1125 x 2436 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP / 7 MP front
  • Processor Apple A12 Bionic, Hexa-core, 2490 MHz
  • Storage 64 GB
  • Battery 2659 mAh(20h talk time)

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