iPhone New Year's Deals Include Up to $1,000 Off iPhone 14 Pro and Free AirPods Pro 2 With iPhone Purchase

Today we're tracking the best New Year's deals on Apple's iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models from carriers including AT&T, Visible, and Verizon. This also covers a few side offers from these companies, like free AirPods Pro 2 at Visible when purchasing a brand new iPhone 14.


Starting with Verizon-owned Visible, you can save $15/month for your entire first year of service with the company thanks to their New Year's offer. You'll need to join Visible and bring your own smartphone (via eSIM or pSIM) with an existing number.

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When placing your order for the new Visible plan, you'll also need to enter the code 15OFF12 at the checkout screen. With this discount, you can get the Visible plan for $15/month (regular $30/month) or Visible+ for $30/month (regular $45/month).

This promotion will last for twelve months, after which your service will return to its regular price. You can find more information about the sale on Visible's website, including the type of plans and details of each.

There are a few other offers from Visible going on in the new year, including a gift card worth up to $200 plus free AirPods Pro 2 with select iPhone models. You'll need to join Visible and transfer your number from an eligible carrier to get this deal.

After three full months of service payments, you'll get an email with a code to redeem your free AirPods Pro 2 and virtual gift card. You can browse the list of compatible smartphones on Visible, including the iPhone 14 Pro, Pro Max, Plus, and more.


Holiday deals have carried over into 2023 at other carriers as well, with AT&T still offering up to $1,000 off the iPhone 14 Pro with eligible trade-in on select installment plans. This also works for the iPhone 14 Pro Max; you can get the iPhone 14 at no cost or the iPhone 14 Plus for $5/month as well.

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In terms of trade-ins, you can get up to $1,000 bill credits with smartphone trade-in value of $230 or higher, up to $800 bill credits with smartphone trade-in value of $130 to $229, and up to $350 bill credits with smartphone trade-in value of $34 to $129. These credits start within three bill cycles after trade-in is completed.


Similarly, Verizon is still hosting its "Welcome Unlimited" holiday deal, where you can get $25/line per month for four lines when signing up for Verizon Unlimited, with this price guaranteed to be locked in for three years. You'll need to add four new smartphone lines and a $180 credit will be applied per smartphone over 36 months.

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Otherwise, you'll find Verizon matching AT&T's iPhone 14 deals. You can save up to $1,000 when you trade in an older smartphone and purchase any iPhone 14 device on a Verizon Unlimited plan. If you're buying two, you can buy one iPhone and get another at up to $800 off as well.

Head to our full Deals Roundup to get caught up with all of the latest deals and discounts that we've been tracking over the past week.

Related Roundup: Apple Deals

Top Rated Comments

kiranmk2 Avatar
15 months ago
Not being from the US these kind of headline "got $1000 off an iPhone 14 Pro with trade-in" sounds amazing (basically, an free/almost free premium phone). I'm guessing that you are still paying the $1000 cost of the phone through extortionate monthly 'line rental' fees?
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xxray Avatar
15 months ago
As someone who is using Visible, be very careful! I’ve never had such a rocky start getting started with a carrier, and I switch carriers often. Their website/app infrastructure is absolutely awful in that it’s incredibly buggy, and you’ll be waiting in line to talk to an agent for literally over an hour, and then possibly be on with that agent for hours. It might take multiple agents and then an escalation, which takes another couple days, to get resolved. The only reason I stuck through it is because they’re the only option for an Apple Watch cellular plan for prepaid users.

I’ve had no issues with them once I finally got my plan working and Apple Watch connected, but again, I’ve never had so many issues and such a bad time getting signed up for a service before. This is not an uncommon experience either. Just check Reddit.com/r/Visible for more of these stories.
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compwiz1202 Avatar
15 months ago

Not being from the US these kind of headline "got $1000 off an iPhone 14 Pro with trade-in" sounds amazing (basically, an free/almost free premium phone). I'm guessing that you are still paying the $1000 cost of the phone through extortionate monthly 'line rental' fees?
Don't have to pay anything if you stay the whole time. You get charged the installment and instantly credited. But if you want to pay to upgrade or keep early or cancel service, then you have to pay the entire remaining balance

And the worst is they keep stretching out the plans. So think can hurt the manufacturers. That's why Apple sticks with 24 mo so you don't need to pay any extra to upgrade after 12 or keep after 24. The only thing that messes with that is the year they released late or these shipping delays. So by the time installments start, it's months out, so you will have to make payments up for 12 or 24 months
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MrMojo1 Avatar
15 months ago

I switched to Mint and I'm pretty happy with it so far. But I'm tempted to try Visible. They don't throttle past 35gb (not that I would ever use that amount, but you never know), and you get ultra wideband. It's $15 more a month, but has unlimited hotspot too.
I switched to Mint Mobile late last year and it has decent service and speeds. Don't have an unlimited plan but don't need one since most places I visit or travel to has some sort of wifi available.
It's not great for unlimited data, as it's not meant for power users who use lots of data, as Mint Mobile states that it throttles >35Gb/month while Visible states that it doesn't throttle but the latter costs more, even more than Mint Mobile.
Based on many reviews online, Mint Mobile has better service than Visible.
FYI... you can buy a new iPhone from either carriers but their smartphone unlocking policy is different.
Mint Mobile makes you wait 12 months whereas Visible unlocks it after 60 days. You must still have service with either of them when you unlock the phone. Don't leave their service before unlocking the phone.
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webkit Avatar
15 months ago

Tim Cook on the phone with carriers. 'Do something, please, puhleaaaaaaaaaaaaaase!!!!'
These types of "deals" aren't really anything new and have been around for many years, and not just on iPhones. What has changed over time is that trade-in values have been combined with long-term bill credits/discounts when it used to be just about long-term contract discounts.
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JM Avatar
15 months ago
“Separating the cost of phones from the cost of the cell plan will save you money”


Kind of seems like more expensive data and a lock-in of 3 years to me.
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