Verizon Offering iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus for $0 With Eligible Trade-In for Black Friday

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Verizon today announced its Black Friday deals, introducing a discount that will give customers a chance to purchase an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus for as little as $0 when trading in an eligible smartphone and selecting a device payment plan.

Verizon customers will be able to get an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus at a reduced cost and with no money down when trading in one of thirteen eligible smartphones. Eligible devices include the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+, Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, Samsung Note5, LG V20, LG G5 and Moto Droid Turbo 2.

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Customers who switch to Verizon and purchase a smartphone on a device payment plan will also be able to get a $200 prepaid Visa gift card for up to 4 lines. A family of four that switches to Verizon during Black Friday, for example, will be able to get $800 back while also taking advantage of the trade-in plan.

Verizon's deals will be available online starting on Thursday, November 24 and in stores starting on Friday, November 25. Discounts will be available through Sunday.

Verizon is also offering discounts on iPads. The 32GB iPad mini 2 can be purchased for $99 with a two-year agreement, and when purchasing an iPhone, customers can get $250 off an iPad.

Other Deals

Valid until Friday:

  • UE Boom 2 - $99.99, down from $199.99
  • Beats UrBeats earbuds - $49.99, down from $100
  • Fitbit Charge 2 - $130, down from $150, also includes $25 mail-in Visa gift card rebate

Valid through Sunday:

  • Harmon Kardon Onyx Bluetooth Speaker - $99.99, down from $200
  • Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones - $224.99, down from $300
  • UE Megaboom Speaker - $229.99, down from $300
  • FitBit Charge HR - $89.99, down from $130
  • Mophie Powerstation XL - $34.99, down from $70
  • Nest Cam - $149.99, down from $200
  • Google Home - $99.99, down from $130

For more deals on the iPhone and other Apple products, make sure to check out our full Black Friday roundup.

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51 months ago
Trade in your iphone 7 for an iphone 7 at reduced cost :eek:
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51 months ago

If i still owe $150 on my current phone, and I pay that off.. would that be eligible to trade in for this offer? It's the Galaxy S6, so i would get the iPhone 7 for free according to this. I don't upgrade every year, usually every 24 months so i'm considering doing this.

Yes. Sounds right.

Tomorrow being the last day.
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51 months ago

I don't typically upgrade phones every year, I've been on a 2-year cycle for, forever. They gave me $650 for my 6 (6, not a 6s) in October, the phone was only worth $200 trade in at the apple store. It was also a no-brainer for me. I don't have to have the 8 when it comes out, I can wait for the 8s or whatever comes in 2018. Until then, I'm loving my 7+ that I picked up for next to nothing.

Exactly the same story for me.
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51 months ago
I don't typically upgrade phones every year, I've been on a 2-year cycle for, forever. They gave me $650 for my 6 (6, not a 6s) in October, the phone was only worth $200 trade in at the apple store. It was also a no-brainer for me. I don't have to have the 8 when it comes out, I can wait for the 8s or whatever comes in 2018. Until then, I'm loving my 7+ that I picked up for next to nothing.
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51 months ago

Anyone locking themselves into a 27 month plan on the iPhone 6SS (aka 7) is gunna be mighty frustrated come next September.

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* It's not 27 months.
* Hopefully someone isn't dumb enough to take advantage of this if they upgrade yearly.
* Someone is still welcome to upgrade next year, but they'd simply forfeit their remaining bill credits.
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51 months ago

Anyone locking themselves into a 27 month plan on the iPhone 6SS (aka 7) is gunna be mighty frustrated come next September.

Why?

If I decide after 12 months to upgrade to an iPhone 8 -

1) I have had use of an iPhone 7 for 1 year, instead of an iPhone 6s FOR FREE.
2) Resale is better.
3) I can pay approx. HALF the cost of the iPhone 7 ($300) to buy my iPhone 7, then sell it for a PROFIT (> $300)
4) I can then get an iPhone 8 no problem.

I don't understand any issues?

Meanwhile, you
1) Have an iPhone 6 or 6s for the next 1 year... a lesser experience...
2) Have less of a resale value....

It's a no-brainer to me.
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