Verizon will offer the Galaxy Note 9, Pixel 3, iPhone X, and more for $400 off this Black Friday

Verizon will offer the Galaxy Note 9, Pixel 3, iPhone X, and more for $400 off this Black Friday
BOGO (buy one, get one free) arrangements are certainly nice when shopping for two identical or similar high-end smartphones, but if you’re in the market for just the one popular Android or iOS handset this holiday season, rest assured, Verizon has your back as well.

Hot on Sprint’s heels, the nation’s largest wireless service provider has just revealed its actual Black Friday deals. At the top of the list, you got your $400 discounts offered on “the best Android phones on the market”, including Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, Samsung’s Galaxy S9, S9+, and Galaxy Note 9, as well as the LG V40 ThinQ.

We’re obviously not talking about such massive upfront savings, but at least you don’t need to trade anything in to receive these bill credits after committing to a 24-month device payment plan.

The Pixel 3 and 3 XL sound particularly attractive when taking this markdown into consideration, dropping from $800 and $930 retail prices respectively all the way down to $400 and $530.

Apple’s aging iPhone X is also looking at a $400 price reduction (no trade-in required), while the “latest iPhone” generation will go $300 off list with new lines of service and monthly installment plans.

You’ll have to hurry to take advantage of these promotions, which are all scheduled to kick off online Thursday (yup, on Thanksgiving Day) and in-store on Black Friday, ending by Saturday morning. 

The same goes for a $150 discount on that quirky Palm Phone, which Verizon is billing as “the holiday’s hottest tech.” This particular deal will only be good with a device payment plan or traditional two-year contract and the purchase of an “eligible” smartphone. 

Of course, Verizon sells more than just phones, preparing a $99 deal for Apple’s newest 9.7-inch iPad when purchased on a two-year contract and paired with a new iPhone, as well as $100 Google Home Hub and $150 JBL Link View offers.
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