iPhone 11 Pre-Order Deals: Save On Apple's Latest Smartphones Through AT&T, Verizon, and More

The iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max are now available for pre-order on Apple.com and cellular carriers as of this morning. As usual, most carriers are offering some perks if you choose to pre-order the new iPhone through their websites, so we've listed each promotion below.

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AT&T


$300 Reward Card
If you use AT&T, the carrier is offering a chance to get a $300 reward card when you order select smartphones online, as long as they are purchased with a qualifying installment plan. You'll have to add a new line to a new or existing account, as well.


After paying taxes for the smartphone upfront, and a $30 activation fee, you'll get the $300 reward card within 3-4 weeks after redemption. The iPhone also must be placed on an eligible AT&T unlimited plan.

Compatible iPhone models include: iPhone 8, 8 Plus, XR, X, XS, XS Max, 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max (priced up to $1450). Customers should note that the iPhone 8 64GB is excluded.

BOGO
You can also buy an eligible iPhone 11 model and get one at a discounted price (or free) when both are placed on an eligible AT&T unlimited plan.

You'll have to buy the two iPhones on a qualifying installment agreement, add at least one new line to a new or existing account, pay taxes for each device up front, and pay a $30 activation or upgrade fee for each device.


iPhones compatible in this offer include: iPhone 8, 8 Plus, XR, X, XS, XS Max, 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max (priced up to $1450). After choosing one of these, you can get the iPhone 8 64GB, 8 Plus 64GB, XR 64GB/128GB, or 11 64GB for free after up to $700 in bill credits.

You can also opt to get the iPhone 8 256GB, 8 Plus 256GB, XR 256GB, X, XS, XS Max, 11 128GB/256GB, 11 Pro, or 11 Pro Max for up to $700 off retail price. Credits for this offer start within three bill cycles.

Head to AT&T's wireless page to check out more information on both of these offers.

Sprint


Sprint is offering new customers a chance to save on iPhone 11 through its Sprint Flex Lease program. If you switch to Sprint and trade in an existing smartphone, you can pre-order the iPhone 11 today for $0/month after $29.17 monthly bill credits.


The same method can be applied to the iPhone 11 Pro ($12.50/month) and 11 Pro max ($16.67/month). This is only when you trade in the latest iPhones, including the iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus, X, XR, XS, and XS Max.

You can also order the Apple Watch Series 5 through Sprint and take 50 percent off via monthly bill credits for the cellular models. This is only for Sprint's 24-month installment agreement and requires a new watch plan activation, as well as one active handset on an account.

Head to Sprint to check out these deals and more.

Verizon


Verizon is hosting a multitude of iPhone-related deals today, starting with an offer for customers switching to Verizon from another carrier. If this is you, you can get up to $700 off the iPhone 11 Pro or get the 64GB iPhone 11 at no cost.


The usual 24-month installment agreement, monthly bill payments, and unlimited plan caveats apply.

Verizon also has BOGO on Apple Watches, where you can buy one and get another for up to 50 percent off (plus $10 off your first month of service). A new watch line of service is required, and up to $150 will be credited to your account over 24 months.

These deals can be found on Verizon's website.

T-Mobile


At T-Mobile you can trade in your iPhone XS ($500) or XS Max ($550) and get 50 percent off the 64GB iPhone 11 Pro.

You can also trade in any qualifying iPhone to get 50 percent off the 64GB iPhone 11. These trade-ins will appear as monthly bill credits.

Our full Deals Roundup is the place to go if you're on the hunt for even more Apple-related bargains.

Related Roundups: Apple Deals, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro


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1 week ago
It really grinds my gears how news and tech sites just repeat verbatim that promo info of the carriers and only briefly mention at the end (if at all) that these basically all require adding a line. The large majority of people aren't in a position to do that, and when you factor in the cost of a two-year installment plan the deals end up being quite lackluster.
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1 week ago

Verizon seems the best

Only if you’re switching from another carrier. I haven’t seen any special iPhone 11 deals for current customers.
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1 week ago

Anyone interested in a 64GB iPhone 11?

Yeah 4 years ago lol
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1 week ago
Apple should really increase their trade in values. I get they’re in the business of making money, but if they’re using 100% recycled aluminum and other recycled parts for some products, they should pass the savings on to the consumer.
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1 week ago

Apple should really increase their trade in values. I get they’re in the business of making money, but if they’re using 100% recycled aluminum and other recycled parts for some products, they should pass the savings on to the consumer.


I am sure getting the quality and quantity of recycled aluminum actually costs more. If it was less everyone would do it.
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1 week ago
Last year, I used a Costco promotion (through a 3rd party vendor) to upgrade from an iPhone 7 to an XS Max on Tmobile. The catch is that these “bill credits” are over 36 months, which essentially make this a 3 year contract. Essentially the carriers are subsidizing your phone but locking you in for a longer period than they did in the past (2 years previously).

Very deceptive and the FCC should look into these recent practices by the carrier.
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1 day ago at 07:56 am


[USER=891227]@ilikewhey[/USER] - yeah, I tried that with the XR last year. At least two calls I'm sure, probably four. Pre-release, the dude said he'd be able to make it happen. But all calls with different CSRs following that... not savvy enough.
I could sort of justify the Unlimited plan bill increase if I could get the devices for free (over two years). Thanks!

you have to go into a corporate store and talk to one of the reps.
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1 week ago
Anyone been able to get Verizon to give any decent deals for existing customers? The only deal I see is $200 trade-in value on an iPhone 7 towards a new phone, which is hardly even a discount. Switching to AT&T and doing the BOGO or free iPhone 8 seems like the better choice, but it's a hassle to switch.
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1 week ago
The AT&T offer sounded good when I ordered a phone for my wife this morning until I saw the unlimited plan requirement. That blows the value proposition right out of the water for me.
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1 week ago

So you were able to get the iPhone 11 for free (paid with bill credits)?

not completely free, still have to pay tax and activation fee, but basically keeping the 2nd line without cancelling and readding. this works if you have 2 lines and know a smart rep, i'm strictly speaking about verizon though, tmobile from my experience are pretty incompetent and never had att before.
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