Deals: Woot Discounting iPhone 8 Models From $229.99 in New Flash Sale

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Woot today is offering the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in refurbished condition. Prices start at $229.99 for the 64GB iPhone 8, and increase to $279.99 for the 256GB iPhone 8.

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If you're looking for the larger-screened iPhone 8 Plus, Woot is offering the 64GB model at $339.99. At the time of writing the 256GB iPhone 8 Plus models have sold out. In comparison to Apple's refurbished prices, you'll typically find the iPhone 8 for $339 to $469 and the iPhone 8 Plus for $379 to $509 on Apple's refurbished store.

Amazon Prime members get the usual free standard shipping on their Woot orders. These iPhones are expected to have a moderate level of wear and tear, but have been tested to be in full working condition.

They come with a 90-day Woot warranty, and only three can be purchased per customer. Head to Woot before the deal expires later today, and you can also check out Woot's flash sale on a refurbished 15-inch MacBook Pro from 2019.

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2 weeks ago
And the iPhone 8 is COVID-ready too with Touch ID, something none of the newer iPhones can do.
Try unlocking them with your mask on. Good luck. LOL
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2 weeks ago


Woot does not “refurbish” phones.

It's unfortunate how (deceptively) overused the word "refurbished" is.
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2 weeks ago
Woot does not “refurbish” phones.
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2 weeks ago


It's unfortunate how (deceptively) overused the word "refurbished" is.

Agreed.
"Refurbished" has an arbitrary meaning.
Refurbished to Apple is a like new device that you can't tell from new. Same warranty as new and treated as new.
Refurbished to everyone else is as simple as a wipe down with a disinfectant wipe and powering on and up to what Apple does.
YMMV
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2 weeks ago
You can pick up one from Bestbuy for the same price. Not sure what makes this any special. And not that I'm a big fan of BB, but I'd rather them than Woot...
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2 weeks ago
My iPhone 8 Plus was significantly faster than my iPhone 7 Plus because of the bionic chip. Almost feels as fast as my 11. I know it boots faster than my 11 and both have 256gb storage.
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