Deals: Huge Refurbished iPhone Sale Discounts iPhone 7, 8, X, XR, and XS (From $120)

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Woot is back today with a big sale on refurbished iPhones, including markdowns on the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max.

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As with every Woot purchase, those interested in the iPhone sale today should note that these devices are expected to have a moderate level of wear and tear that could mean scratches, dents, and dings. But, besides their physical appearance, each iPhone has been tested to be in full working condition, and batteries are tested to function at minimum 85 percent capacity.

Sales start with the 32GB iPhone 7 at $119.99 and the 32GB iPhone 7 Plus at $189.99. In the United States, the iPhone 7 launched at a price of $649 for 32GB and the iPhone 7 Plus started at $769 for 32GB, so these are savings of up to $580.

The iPhone 8 discounts start at $209.99 for 64GB, while you can get the iPhone 8 Plus for $299.99 for 64GB. Back in 2017, the iPhone 8 started at $699, while the iPhone 8 Plus started at $799, representing markdowns of up to $500 for these iPhone models.

You can get a 64GB iPhone X for $359.99, while the 64GB iPhone XR is $399.99. Lastly, the newest iPhones on sale today are the iPhone XS family, and you'll find the 64GB iPhone XS for $449.99 and the 64GB iPhone XS Max for $559.99.

Every iPhone on sale at Woot has even more storage capacity options and color choices as of writing, so be sure to head to Woot's iPhone sale page before stock dwindles. The sale will officially end tonight at 12 a.m. CT.

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Top Rated Comments

WannaGoMac Avatar
9 months ago
old iPhone batteries test better than they perform in the real world. I wouldn't buy an iphone not refurbished by Apple. Apple actually refurbishes the iPhone (including providing a new battery, checking for wear & tear etc), Woot just checks if it works.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Stecchino Avatar
9 months ago
I bought a "refurbished" iPhone 7 from Woot last year. I think to them "refurbished" meant they just wiped down the exterior of the device? It was not in good shape. I didn't expect it to be perfect, but it was really scuffed and the screen had some bad pixels. YMMV (your money may vary...a lot). Risky buy.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
gaximus Avatar
9 months ago
I bought one of these from woot. It was total garbage. Sides were scratched all the way to bare metal. The sim tray was missing the tab with the whole. Do not buy these from woot. I buy a lot of stuff from there, but this was unacceptable. They are refunding it though.

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BruiserB Avatar
9 months ago


old iPhone batteries test better than they perform in the real world. I wouldn't buy an iphone not refurbished by Apple. Apple actually refurbishes the iPhone (including providing a new battery, checking for wear & tear etc), Woot just checks if it works.

Agree on the statement on battery testing. I've recently noticed a significant decrease in my phone's battery life and it shows as having 95%. These may be good deals, but I would budget in the additional cost of a replacement battery before making a comparison to other buying options.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Northern Man Avatar
9 months ago


I bought a "refurbished" iPhone 7 from Woot last year. I think to them "refurbished" meant they just wiped down the exterior of the device? It was not in good shape. I didn't expect it to be perfect, but it was really scuffed and the screen had some bad pixels. YMMV (your money may vary...a lot). Risky buy.

Woot's tagline is "Deals and Shenanigans" so you know which you got ? I would certainly not buy tech from a company with such a stupid tagline.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Matthew.H Avatar
9 months ago
Best place to buy a refurb is from Apple themselves. You pay more but you get a like new device with full warranty.


Almost all 'refurbished' phones on ebay, woot, Amazon, etc. are simply used. Apple is the only place that actually replaces the battery screen and body with new OEM Apple parts.

Technically you could buy a used phone, do nothing but clean it and re-sell it as refurbished.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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