Best Apple Deals of the Week: First iPhone 15 Promotions Hit Alongside Low Prices on MagSafe Accessories

Today we're tracking the first offers for Apple's new line of smartphones, the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro. Additionally, the first discounts have arrived on iPhone 15 accessories like cases and USB-C chargers, and Verizon has all-time low prices on MagSafe chargers.

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iPhone 15

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  • What's the deal? Take up to $1,000 off iPhone 15
  • Where can I get it? AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile
  • Where can I find the original deal? Right here



iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro pre-orders are officially up today, and you can get up to $1,000 off the new smartphones at carriers including AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile. We go into detail about all of these discounts and more in our dedicated post, so be sure to check it out if you haven't placed your order yet.

iPhone 15 Accessories

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  • What's the deal? Take up to 30 percent off iPhone 15 accessories
  • Where can I get it? Casely, Hyper, OtterBox, and more
  • Where can I find the original deal? Right here

We're tracking a list of new iPhone 15 accessory discounts from popular third-party Apple accessory companies like Pad & Quill, Hyper, Satechi, Casely, and more. These sales include discounts on cases, chargers, and more.

  • Casely - Take 15 percent off sitewide with code IPHONE15
  • Hyper - Take up to 30 percent off charging accessories
  • OtterBox - Take 25 percent off iPhone 15 cases when buying a screen protector or power product
  • Pad & Quill - Take 15 percent off iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max wallet cases
  • Satechi - Take 20 percent off iPhone 15 accessories with code IPHONE
  • ESR - Take 20 percent off iPhone 15 accessories with code AFFNEW20, or check out the discounted 6-in-1 Charging Station in its final days on Kickstarter

Samsung

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  • What's the deal? Take up to $120 off Samsung Smart Monitor M8
  • Where can I get it? Samsung
  • Where can I find the original deal? Right here


Samsung this week kicked off a new "Discover Samsung" sale and it has some of the best prices we've seen to date on the updated Smart Monitor M8. You can get the 27-inch model for $549.99 ($100 off) and the 32-inch model for $579.99 ($120 off).

MagSafe

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  • What's the deal? Take 25 percent off MagSafe chargers
  • Where can I get it? Verizon

Verizon is back with 25 percent off discounts on Apple's trio of MagSafe accessories. You can get the MagSafe Charger for $29.99 ($10 off), the MagSafe Duo Charger for $96.74 ($32 off), and the MagSafe Battery Pack for $74.24 ($24 off). These are some of the best prices we've tracked on these accessories.

HomePod

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  • What's the deal? Get a free HomePod when you sign up for Verizon 5G Home Plus
  • Where can I get it? Verizon

Verizon is offering new customers who purchase its 5G Home Plus service a free HomePod. You'll need to activate and maintain the service for 65 days in order to get the HomePod, and this offer is valid through November 8, 2023.

Verizon 5G Home Plus includes higher-speed downloads and Ultra HD 4K video streaming and starts at $45/month.

Our full Deals Roundup has more information on the latest Apple-related sales and bargains.

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Top Rated Comments

Ameer_1 Avatar
11 months ago
No offense to anyone these deals are for people who don't know math especially T-Mobile in order to get $1000 you have to have the highest tier plan which is most likely $100+ per month
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Johnny907 Avatar
11 months ago

The carrier deals are misleading. You have to trade in your current phone, receive a carrier-locked phone, and they pay for your trade-in with monthly credits (so if you leave before the 2- or 3-year term, you forfeit the remaining credits). And the only way to get $1,000 off is to trade in the latest top-of-the-line, fully-spec'ed iPhone which you could sell for way more than that.

The only thing you get is convenience. Monetarily, it's a bad deal and it forces you to be stuck with your carrier.
Carrier deals are trash. I generally upgrade every year, reselling my old phone to invest in the new. Depending on the resale market I usually walk away with 150-200 less than what I initially paid, so essentially I get a new phone every year for 200 bucks or less. I pay upfront for an unlocked device, so I can leave my carrier anytime I want and retain the full value of my exchange, unlike these deals which are void if you pay the device off early to break contract like you mentioned. I get why they stretch those credits out but it's still not as good of a deal as they make it out to be.
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webkit Avatar
11 months ago

No offense to anyone these deals are for people who don't know math especially T-Mobile in order to get $1000 you have to have the highest tier plan which is most likely $100+ per month
The T-Mobile $1,000 offer requires their Go5G Plus or Next plan. However, with the included taxes and fees, inflated trade-in credits, and other features (additional premium and hotspot data, voicemail to text, in-flight connectivity, Netflix, Apple TV+, 1 year AAA membership, Scam Shield Premium, etc.) the price isn't necessarily that bad.

Of course, if someone just wants a basic phone plan and doesn't care about the other stuff it's not worth it.
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kanga1622 Avatar
11 months ago
I got $830 from Verizon for each of my 12s that cost me $800 when I bought them. Now granted, you have to be on a higher tier package and be willing to take bill credits for 3 years but we usually have a phone around here for 3-5 years anyway.
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JCrz Avatar
11 months ago

I'm not sure "monetarily" it's a bad deal, they pay for most, if not all of your phone...but it most definitely locks you in for 36 months. Do people switch carriers a lot? Still seems like the best route for those who dont upgrade phones often.

I did this deal 2 years ago with ATT, they covered 80% of my phone cost and I have 12 months left of bill credits, couldn't be happier with the "free" phone.
You could have sold your phone for way more than the trade-in value you got. Not only that, but they know they can change anything they want and you won't leave because then you'd forfeit future credits on that phone (because they haven't fully paid you for your trade-in until 3 years later). Plus, you get a carrier-locked phone so you can't use it internationally since it can only work with that one carrier.

I always sell my old phone for $150-200 more than the trade-in value offered by the carriers. And I get an unlocked phone which I can use with any carrier and any international eSIM without worry. And I know that I'm not stuck with my existing carrier for another 3 years.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
greenbreadmmm Avatar
11 months ago

You could have sold your phone for way more than the trade-in value you got. Not only that, but they know they can change anything they want and you won't leave because then you'd forfeit future credits on that phone (because they haven't fully paid you for your trade-in until 3 years later). Plus, you get a carrier-locked phone so you can't use it internationally since it can only work with that one carrier.

I always sell my old phone for $150-200 more than the trade-in value offered by the carriers. And I get an unlocked phone which I can use with any carrier and any international eSIM without worry. And I know that I'm not stuck with my existing carrier for another 3 years.
So right now I could sell my iPhone 13 mini to apple for $320 or ATT will give me $700 if I put it towards a 15 series. That seems like a killer deal? At least from someone who keeps their phone 3-4 years and has been with sam carrier for decades.

The locked part sucks, but its a solid deal in terms of cash out of pocket.
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