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Save $200 on iPhones (and a bunch of other stuff) in Best Buy’s 2-day sale

Published Jul 22nd, 2016 3:44PM EDT
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It’s rare to see iPhones go on any kind of sale, let alone $200 off. But to draw attention to its “Black Friday in July” sale (because one Black Friday wasn’t enough!), Best Buy is cutting prices on iPhones, 4K TVs, and basically anything else you can think of.

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The iPhone sales are only for on-contract devices, but if you were thinking about buying a phone from AT&T, Verizon or Sprint, a sale is still a sale. The 16GB iPhone 6s is just $1, and even the 64GB iPhone 6s Plus is just $200 upfront, way down from the usual upfront of $400.

There are more good deals on Apple products. The base Retina MacBook Pro–which is just about the best all-around laptop for most people–is $150 off, and the cheapest Apple Watch Sport versions are $50 off, bringing down the price of an Apple Watch to just $250.

I’ve spotted some good deals on non-Apple products, too. The Sphero BB-8 RC toy is down to $125, which is a small amount of money to pay for something so objectively adorable. A refurbished Dropcam is also going for $120, a rare sale on something that usually costs $150.

My final weakness, 4K TVs, are also well represented in the sale. A 55-inch Sony model is as low as $720 if you stoop to the open-box product, and LG’s well-reviewed 65″ version is also $300 off.

The sale lasts until tomorrow evening, and if you see something you like, there’s free shipping for any orders $35 and over. I’m not the biggest fan of extra Black Fridays, but if companies are going to insist on offering stuff on sale, I suppose I can take a look.

Chris Mills
Chris Mills News Editor

Chris Mills has been a news editor and writer for over 15 years, starting at Future Publishing, Gawker Media, and then BGR. He studied at McGill University in Quebec, Canada.