Black Friday is one of the best times to buy yourself a new smartphone. You can currently score big discounts on a range of popular models including Google Pixels, Samsung Galaxy Notes, Huawei Mate 20 Pros and Apple iPhones. Here are the best bargains we’ve spotted so far.
The following deals come from a range of online merchants, including eBay, Catch, mobileciti and first-party e-stores. To make life easier, we’ve categorised the deals into smartphone manufacturers so you can quickly scroll down to the brand you’re interested in. Some of the deals also require discount codes at checkout (we have indicated which ones below.) Happy shopping!
Best Google Pixel deals
- Google Pixel 2 XL (128GB): $1,199, save $350
- Google Pixel (32GB): $499, save $300
- Google Pixel 2 64GB: $988.90, save $298
- Google Pixel 2 64GB: $867.90, save $261
- Google Pixel XL 32GB: $529.10, save $159
- Google Pixel XL 128GB: $539, save $98
- Google Pixel XL 32GB: $444.80, save $82
Best Samsung Galaxy deals
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9: $1359, save $250 (use code ‘POWPOW’)
- Samsung Galaxy S8 (64GB): $679, save $200 (use code ‘POWPOW’)
- Samsung Galaxy S9 (64GB): $1029, save $170
- Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus (64GB): $1399, save $100
Best Apple iPhone deals
- Apple iPhone X 64GB: $1572, save $442
- Apple iPhone 8 64GB: $999.90, save $324
- Apple iPhone XS Max 512GB: $2005
- Apple iPhone 7: $879 (use discount code ‘PEPPY’)
- Huawei Mate 20 Pro: $1358.30 with the code ‘POWPOW’ (15% off)
- Huawei P20 Pro: $748 (use discount code ‘POWPOW’)
- Huawei Mate 10 Pro: $748 (use discount code ‘POWPOW’)
- LG G7 ThinQ 64GB: $799
- HTC Desire 650 (16GB): $169
- Oppo R9s Plus 64GB: $424
- Nokia phone sale: Nokia is knocking 15% off its entire range of phones, from its flagship smartphones to the retro 3310. Click here for the whole range!
You can also get 15% off phones and accessories over on eBay. Click here!
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