Apple’s iPhone X is launching on November 3rd and going up for pre-order on October 27th (in other words, this Friday). There’s a significant amount of hype surrounding the device and many are anxious to get their hands on it. However, in order to do so, you’ll have to spend a minimum of $1,000. That’s pretty crazy for a phone. So to help ease the buying process for both your wallet and your mental sanity, we’ve collected all of the deals and discounts around the web to potentially save you some cash when buying the new iPhone X. Be sure to visit frequently as we’ll be updating this when new deals go live.


Verizon: $41.66/month, 24 months

Big Red is hosting a deal on the iPhone X when it goes up for pre-order where you can trade in your current smartphone and receive up to $300 off the price of the device. You’ll need to buy the X on the carrier’s “Go Unlimited” or “Beyond Unlimited” plans and be eligible for an upgrade, or be an entirely new subscriber. Phones eligible for trade-in to receive $300 off include the iPhone 7/Plus, iPhone 6s/Plus, Google Pixel XL, Samsung Galaxy S8/Plus, Galaxy S7/Edge, LG G6, and Moto Z2 Force.

Sprint: $41.62/month, 24 months

Sprint’s discount on the iPhone X is good for $350 off the original $999 price. You’ll need to opt for Sprint Flex leasing which will let you pay $22.22/month for the first 18 months. If you wanna keep the device, you’ll need to pay $41.62/month for another six months. If not, you can simply upgrade to a new device after 18 months. You’ll also be required to trade-in your current phone to take advantage of the deal. Phones eligible for trade-in include the iPhone 7/Plus, iPhone 6s/Plus, iPhone 6/Plus, Samsung Galaxy S8/Plus, Galaxy S7/Edge, Galaxy Note 5, LG G6/V20/G5, Google Pixel/XL, HTC U11, BlackBerry KeyOne, Moto Z/Droid/Play/Force Droid, and Moto Z2 Force/Play.

T-Mobile: $41.56/month, 24 months

The Uncarrier’s deal on the iPhone X also requires users trade-in their current iPhone and purchase the new phone on one of its installment plans. T-Mobile will give customers up to $300 off depending on how much they believe your current iPhone is worth. For reference, any iPhone 6 or newer (besides the SE, for whatever reason) can be traded in. The discount will be applied to your bill in the form of monthly credits over two years.

Xfinity Mobile

Probably unexpectedly, Xfinity’s Mobile service will be offering the iPhone X at the same $999 price point. Its deal is rather complicated but may be worth it: as long as you’re a new Comast customer, you can purchase an X1 triple play package consisting of Xfinity TV, internet, and mobile service and receive a $500 gift card which can be used toward purchasing an iPhone X. That brings the cost of the phone down to just $499, making it one of the best deals around. If you’ve been meaning to subscribe to Xfinity, now’s the time to do so.



Posted by Max Buondonno

Founder and executive editor at Matridox (formally MBEDDED). I've also founded and am the sitting CEO at MBEDDED Media, a new kind of media company. Lover of anything and everything involving technology. I know CSS and basic HTML to an extent. Writer, blogger, critic, coder, and self-certified genius. Oh, and I'm told I'm a legend, if that means anything to you.


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