This Sunday Best Buy will offer iPhone 5 deal for memorial day, a $50 discount on every iPhone model in the store and discounts on a few Android smartphones.
The iPhone price cut is part of a four-week promotion that will cut the price of the iPhone 4, iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 on AT&T, Sprint and Verizon. Users who buy the iPhone 5 on a two-year contract on any of the carriers will only have to pay $150 for the 16GB model.
The discount will make the 32GB model cost $250, and knock the 64GB model down to $350. AllThingsD announced the deal ahead of it going live.
The price cut will also take off half the on-contract price of the 16GB iPhone 4S. The phone typically sells for $100 on a two-year contract, but Best Buy’s discount will bring its cost down to just $50.
The iPhone 4 is free with a contact on all three carriers, so the discount won’t do much for the almost three-year old phone.
Notably Best Buy’s promotion does not include the T-Mobile iPhone 5. That’s likely thanks to the Uncarrier’s new payment plans that don’t include two-year contracts.
Read: iPhone 5 Review
The discount isn’t the lowest price for the iPhone 5 (Walmart once discounted it down to $127), but it is the best deal for Apple’s flagship phone at the moment.
In addition to the iPhone discount, Best Buy will also offer deals on three Android phones to celebrate Memorial Day. The store will offer the HTC One X+ for free on a two-year contract, the HTC Droid DNA for $49 on contract and AT&T and Sprint models of the Galaxy S3 for $49 on a contract. The best deal is the Droid DNA, which gets a price cut of $150. The promotion cuts the price of the One X+ by $100, and the price of the Galaxy S3 by $50.
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