Deals: Get the 512GB iPhone XS for $599.99 at Sprint ($650 Off)

Tuesday February 18, 2020 7:48 AM PST by Mitchel Broussard

Sprint has Apple's 512GB iPhone XS discounted to $599.99 today while supplies last, down from an original price of $1,249.99. This solid $650 discount is for the full price of the device and not on a monthly installment plan.

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If you purchase the iPhone XS, you could also combo this sale with Sprint's current Apple Watch offer: get any iPhone (7 or above) and get an Apple Watch for 50 percent off. The Apple Watch discount will be applied via monthly bill credits and requires a 24-month Installment Billing agreement, new watch plan activation, and one active handset.

Sprint's iPhone XS Instant Discount

There are a few other Sprint offers running right now, including an iPhone 11 for $0/month when you trade in an eligible smartphone and activate a new line of service. The 10.2-inch iPad is also down to $4.17/month when you sign up for a 24-month Installment Billing agreement and activate a new line on a qualifying plan.

Be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

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6 weeks ago
But you have to get their service too. Can’t checkout without that.
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6 weeks ago


Unlocked as in I could buy and activate on AT&T?

No, locked to Sprint. Have to use it on their network for 50 days before getting it unlocked...
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6 weeks ago
This is not a bill credits deal that's infested the whole cell phone industry. You can pay $600 outright or over 2 years for $25/mo as a 0% interest loan.
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6 weeks ago
Killer deal if your order this (pay upfront) and take it into Best Buy and activate on $25/mo Sprint kickstart plan (BYOD only, no financing allowed)
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6 weeks ago
Unlocked as in I could buy and activate on AT&T?
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6 weeks ago
The "discount" is in 24 monthly installments. If you don't keep Sprint or the phone for the entire 24 months the remainder of the FULL PRICE (1,249.99)will be due.

It's a good deal if you are with Sprint but read the fine print.

Edit: Okay maybe it's an actual discount but I would really read the fine print!
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