Apple Watch Gets A Massive $250 Discount On The Purchase Of An iPhone
Apple Watch is definitely a pricey wearable, but it does not have to be on your watch (no pun intended), not when you’re able to acquire a sizable discount. All you have to do is either purchase an iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus. If you think that purchasing a smartphone just to get a huge discount on a wearable is going to be a pricey investment, then you should think again, because there are contract offers that you can entertain to snag yourself the terrific deal.
Apple Watch Being Sold For $49 – Here Are The Conditions You Need To Follow To Get This Massive Discount
This deal is going to expire on June 25, so you have plenty of time to purchase an Apple Watch. All you have to do is to purchase an iPhone 6s, or an iPhone 6s Plus with an installment plan, lease or contract from the following carriers:
There is no such deal being offered if you decide to purchase an iPhone 6s or 6s Plus belonging to the carrier T-Mobile, so if you’re comfortable with a carrier change, then we believe that nothing should stand in your way. If you are interested, and want to know the pricing details of both smartphones, then you can visit Best Buy and check out all the details that you’ve been searching for.
While the cheapest 2-year contract (this will be for an iPhone 6s 16GB model belonging to Verizon) will set you back by $199.99, you can also opt to go for a monthly payment program that will allow you to snag yourself an iPhone with a larger storage capacity ($25/month for 30 months, which will end up with a grand total of $750).
There is even an image provided at the bottom showing on how you can avail the $250 discount on an Apple Watch. Be sure to read each instruction step-by-step so that you do not make a mistake while making a purchase. We have hardly come across a deal like this so we cannot comment on whether or not a similar deal will be showcased in the foreseeable future.
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