T-Mobile's iPhone and Apple Watch offers, announced on Wednesday, have now launched on the carrier's website today. The iPhone deal nets you a $200 rebate when purchasing the iPhone X, 8, 8 Plus, 7, or 7 Plus on an Equipment Installment Plan, received through a prepaid MasterCard card that you'll get in the mail about eight weeks after the order date. Check out our original blog post for more information, and head to T-Mobile's store to browse the available iPhones under the sale.

T-Mobile also shared new information on its Apple Watch deal, which lets you purchase one Apple Watch Series 3 device on an Equipment Installment Plan, with an Apple DIGITS plan on the same line, and get another one for 50 percent off (up to $215). The Apple Watch rebate amount isn't received through a MasterCard like the iPhone offer, but instead via 24 monthly bill credits, which typically begin on your second bill cycle.

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The company said that it's requiring new devices to use its Apple DIGITS wearable plan "specifically because it's the right plan for Apple Watch Series 3," which lets your phone number work on any compatible LTE-enabled smartwatch. The company listed a few of the Apple Watch Series 3 models you can get with the offer, along with the monthly costs and full prices, which you can see below. Head to T-Mobile's Q&A page for more information.

Apple Watch S3 38mm ALM: $0 down and $16.67/mo. x 24, full price $399.99.
Apple Watch S3 38mm SS: $167.99 down and $18/mo. x 24, full price $599.99.
Apple Watch S3 Nike+ 38mm ALM: $0 down and $16.67/mo. x 24, full price $399.99.
Apple Watch S3 42mm ALM: $0 down and $17.92/mo. x 24, full price $429.99.
Apple Watch S3 42mm SS : $217.99 down and $18/mo. x 24, full price $649.99.
Apple Watch S3 Nike+ 42mm ALM: $0 down and $17.92/mo. x 24, full price $429.99.

There are a few other notable discounts going on today and heading into the weekend, including a new sitewide sale over at Belkin. The accessory maker today debuted a trio of savings that will let you save $10 on orders of $50 and over, $25 on orders of $100 and over, and $50 on orders of $150 and over, with no promotional code required.

There are a handful of exclusions in the sale, including Belkin's Boost Up Qi Charger for iPhone, a few USB/Thunderbolt docks, a USB car charger, the QODE Ultime Lite Keyboard Case for iPad, and all Belkin routers, Wemo and NetCam products. Otherwise, compatible products will see the discount applied automatically upon checkout, and you have until Sunday, February 25 at 11:59 p.m. PT to place your order.

Costco members can also get a pair of AirPods for $139.99 today, down from their regular price of $159.99. The members only sale includes free shipping and is expected to last for a limited time only.

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At Amazon, you can save up to 40 percent on iXpand's flash drive with combination Lightning connector and USB 3.0, allowing you to easily transfer data from an iPhone/iPad to a Mac or other computer. A collection of iOttie's iPhone compatible car mounts have also been marked down at Amazon, with the savings -- up to 47 percent off -- lasting until Monday, February 26.

Lastly, as part of its Daily Deals today Best Buy has select models of the 12-inch MacBook refresh from last year marked down by $250. There are two models on sale in all colors: Intel Core M3, 8GB RAM, 256GB Flash Storage for $1,049.99, down from $1,299.99; and Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 512GB Flash Storage for $1,349.99, down from $1,599.99. That's some of the best prices for these models online, with retailers like B&H Photo pricing the same MacBooks at $1,219.99 and $1,519.99, respectively.

Head over to our Deals Roundup for even more sales info, including DirecTV Now's ongoing offer for the 32GB Apple TV 4K.

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Top Rated Comments

Chupa Chupa Avatar
65 months ago
So does that mean with Digits, the Apple Watch Series 3 w LTE doesn’t have a monthly cost like it does with the other carriers?
It should mean that with the "uncarrier," but no, it's the same nickel and dime scheme. The funny thing is that even money-grabby MS and Adobe let you install a single license copy of Office or PS, respectively, on two computers as long as you only use one at a time. CellCos are just a whole new level of pickpockets.
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nutmac Avatar
65 months ago
No, they charge $10/month.
But at least taxes and fees are included.
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As for the iPhone X, the rebate is $200 + value of the trade in.

Eligible iPhones you can trade in are:

* iPhone 6S ($64 to $72, depending on the capacity)
* iPhone 6S Plus ($85 to $95)
* iPhone 7 ($122 to $131)
* iPhone 7 Plus ($163 to $175)
* iPhone 8 ($256 to $265)
* iPhone 8 Plus ($295 to $305)

So if you are trading in iPhone 6S 16GB, you will get $264 rebate toward purchasing iPhone X.

In comparison to Apple's iPhone Trade-Up offers:

* iPhone 6S: $160 (T-Mobile is $104 to $112 better)
* iPhone 6S Plus: $220 ($65 to $75)
* iPhone 7: $285 ($37 to $46)
* iPhone 7 Plus: $335 ($28 to $40)

But in the end, selling it on the open market should be better.
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predation Avatar
65 months ago
Trade in values blow
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tex210 Avatar
65 months ago
I don’t think there’s anything wrong with doing it either way. The poster I was responding to just seemed to want to pay it off, but didn’t think it was possible.
Sorry, I was agreeing with you then failed to reply to neo’s comment with my question. (I guess that makes it rhetorical lol)
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4jasontv Avatar
65 months ago
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Braderunner Avatar
65 months ago
So does that mean with Digits, the Apple Watch Series 3 w LTE doesn’t have a monthly cost like it does with the other carriers?
No, they charge $10/month.
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