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Walmart: ATT & Verizon 200 off iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, & iPhone 12 Pro Max Savings Offer

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iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, & iPhone 12 Pro Max Savings Offer (Up to $200)


https://www.walmart.com/cp/apple-...ns/5116563


Walmart Savings Offer:
1 Offer valid while supplies last. $200 for iPhone is a reduction of the cash price (excluding tax) financed in device payment agreement. Offer valid only on purchase with installment plan, no penalty for early pay off. Offer valid only on select items.


AT&T:
2 AT&T INSTALLMENT PLAN: Credit approval required. Avail. in select locations only. Plans subject to change and may be discontinued at any time. For smartphones only. Tax on sales price due at sale. Requires 0% APR 30-month installment agreement and eligible service. Divides sales price (less any down payment) into roughly equal monthly installments. $0 down: Requires well-qualified credit. Limit as low as 1 smartphone at $0 down. Down payment: May be required and depends on a variety of factors. Down payment if required will be either 15% to 80% of device cost or a dollar amount currently ranging from $200 to $1400 (amount subject to change and may be higher). Examples (amounts approximate): $1099.99 sales price with $0 down is $36.67 per month; with $330 down (30%) is $25.67 per month; or with $600 down is $16.67 per month for 30 months. AT&T Installment Plan with Next Up: Price includes monthly smartphone installment payment and separate additional $5/month Next Up upgrade feature charge to be upgrade eligible with qualified trade in when 50% of device cost of the financed device is paid off. Upgrade requires a minimum of 30-90 days on installment depending on credit and other factors (subject to change), account in good standing, trade-in of financed device in good physical and fully functional condition through the AT&T Next Up trade in program (excludes trade in program where you receive an instant credit or AT&T promotion card) and purchase of new eligible smartphone on eligible installment agreement with qualified wireless service. After upgrade, unbilled installments are waived. Next Up $5 monthly payments do not apply toward financed device cost balance, are non-refundable and may be canceled at any time resulting in waiver of right to trade in and upgrade during current installment agreement term. See att.com/next and your Retail Installment Agreement for full details. Service: Eligible postpaid voice and data service is required and extra. Consumers: minimum $50 per month after AutoPay and Paperless billing discount for new customers. Pay $60 per month until discount starts within 2 bills. Existing customers can add to eligible current post-paid plans which may be less. Business customers: minimum $50 per month for new customers on Mobile Share Plus for Business after AutoPay discount. Pay $60 per month until discount starts within 2 bills. Other qual. plans avail. & existing customers can add to eligible current plans which may be less. If service cancelled, remaining device cost balance is due. Activation or upgrade fee due at sale or billed: $30. Restocking Fee: Up to $55. Limits: Purchase limit applies. Eligibility, device, line and financing limits & other restr's apply.
Promotions, pricing, plan options, products and services, availability, terms, and restrictions subject to change and may be modified or terminated at any time without notice.

GEN. WIRELESS SVC: Subj. to Wireless Customer Agmt (att.com/wca) or to applicable Business Agmt for business customers. Credit approval required. Svcs not for resale. Deposit: May apply. Limits: Purch. & line limits apply. Prices may vary by location. Additional monthly fees & taxes: Apply per line & include Regulatory Cost Recovery Fee (Up to $1.50), Administrative Fee ($1.99) & other fees which are not government-required surcharges as well as taxes. Additional one-time Fees may apply. See att.com/mobilityfees (consumer) or att.com/additionalcharges (business) for more details. Usage, speed, coverage & other restr's apply. International and domestic off-net data may be at 2G speeds. AT&T service is subject to AT&T network management policies. See att.com/broadbandinfo for details.

Verizon:
3 Limited-time offer on select iPhone smartphones, see Walmart associate for offer details. Verizon savings offer: Offer valid on new and upgrade eligible iPhone activations purchased via a 24-month device payment agreement. Service plan required. Active account must be in good standing. $200 for iPhone is a reduction of the cash price (excluding tax) financed in device payment agreement. Activation/upgrade fee per line: Up to $40. Subject to VZW Agmts, Calling Plan & credit approval. Offers & coverage, varying by svc, not available everywhere; see vzw.com © 2020 Verizon Wireless.
Trade in offer (up to $250)
Up to $250 value with eligible trade-in of a iPhone XR 256GB or newer Verizon or AT&T carrier phone. Not all phones are eligible for trade-in and value may vary. Customer must own trade-in device. Where available, trade-in process will occur in store at point of sale, and we will provide trade-in value immediately on an eGift card. In other stores and online, customers will be required to ship their trade-in phone within 7 days of appraisal date and trade-in value will be provided via email with an eGift Card within 30 days of acceptance of trade-in phone. See estimated trade in values below.

Trade in offer (stores):
See wireless service provider associate in store.


Trade in offer (online)
For online sales, customer must process trade using CEX website. Smartphone must power on, screen must not be cracked and passwords including "Find My iPhone" must be disabled. Phone must not be carrier locked. Item's housing and screen must be completely intact without cracks or missing parts. Requires acceptance of CExchange LLC seller agreement and terms and conditions. See CEX website for additional details.
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Last Edited by Rytard November 19, 2020 at 04:16 PM
Looking at the Verizon numbers:

Walmart's full-price prices for the iPhone 12 are $80 more expensive than other places like Apple, Best Buy, and Verizon.

iPhone 12 mini 64GB -
Full price: $779.00
DPP with $200 off: $24.12/mo for 24 months

iPhone 12 64GB -
Full price: $879.00
DPP after $200 off: $28.29/mo for 24 months

Walmart's full-price prices for the iPhone 12 Pro are $50 more expensive than other places like Apple, Best Buy, and Verizon.

iPhone 12 Pro 128GB -
Full price: $1049.00
DPP after $200 off: $35.38/mo for 24 months

iPhone 12 Pro Max 128GB -
Full price: $1149.00
DPP after $200 off: $39.54/mo for 24 months
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11-19-2020 at 10:21 AM
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Just called ATT retention department (att loyalty) and was able to get $300 off of iPhone 12 pro. They were also able to waive the upgrade fee and priority shipping.
We're all 12s being offered the $300 off each phone? I did this same retentions deal a few years back and was looking to do the same. I'm on the unlimited plan already and don't mind the two year plan. It's the best deal for me vs. bill credits.
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What about the deal with Best Buy where you buy a $100 Apple GC and get $20 BB GC. Seems like it could be a better deal?
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What about the deal with Best Buy where you buy a $100 Apple GC and get $20 BB GC. Seems like it could be a better deal?
what phone do you get with that?
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what phone do you get with that?
Whatever phone you want. The idea is you buy enough GC to buy the phone through Apple.
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What about the deal with Best Buy where you buy a $100 Apple GC and get $20 BB GC. Seems like it could be a better deal?
Have a link to that?
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Have a link to that?
It's not live yet. Search for it here on slickdeals.
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Just called ATT retention department (att loyalty) and was able to get $300 off of iPhone 12 pro. They were also able to waive the upgrade fee and priority shipping.
Would they do on pro max?
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What about the deal with Best Buy where you buy a $100 Apple GC and get $20 BB GC. Seems like it could be a better deal?
I actually thought about this too. I think it would work. I once bought a lawn tractor at Lowes with 24 - $100 gift cards that I got for $80 each.
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This is the best deal your gonna find on the iPhone 12. I'm surprised they're doing it so soon.

If only the 12 had Touch ID I would be all over this. I can't stand Face ID. Whenever Apple brings that back they will sell even more. Especially with the masks having to be worn I don't see that stopping anytime soon. Soon Apple will have to call it mask ID
I agree with touch id, they can do it like the new iPad Airs because in the morning without glasses I tend to put the phone closer to my face so I can see but too close the face it cant unlock.
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Would they do on pro max?
I believe so. They said on all iPhone 12 models.
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We're all 12s being offered the $300 off each phone? I did this same retentions deal a few years back and was looking to do the same. I'm on the unlimited plan already and don't mind the two year plan. It's the best deal for me vs. bill credits.
Yes, they did. I thought it was the best deal as well as I was on the unlimited plan myself. Also, you can trade a phone in for bill credits if you have one eligible.
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Be careful with Walmart iPhone orders. Walmart can choose to change color/capacity of iPhone. This seems ludicrous and no way it can be true, but it just happened to me.

I ordered an IPHONE 12 PRO MAX SILVER 256GB on the first day of the PreOrder (11/6).
Looks like Walmart distribution center ran out of that version, so they decided to send me a comparable replacement:
IPHONE 12 PRO MAX PACIFIC BLUE 128GB
That is NOT a good comparable replacement!! This is ridiculous.

I talked with a customer service rep and they said there is nothing they can do. They acted a bit annoyed that I wasn't satisfied with what I got, because it was on backorder and some people can't even get the PACIFIC BLUE 128GB version.

I argued that the 128GB is not even the same price as the 256GB and the rep said the only thing they can do on their end is to let me send it back and I would get a refund in 4 to 6 days after they received the phone back, as long as it's in unused, unopened condition and then I can reorder another one, but that currently there is a three to four week wait on the MAX SILVER 256GB.

Outraged I told the rep that I ordered it on the first day of the PreOrder so that I would have it on launch day, not have to wait until 5 to 6 weeks after the launch date. I asked to speak with a manager, they left and came back after a few minutes and said that they don't have a manager available to talk to me right now. I insisted and asked them to try again. They tried again and returned after a few minutes and said that a manager would call me back within two hours. I waited almost a full 24 hours and no one ever returned my call.

​I finally had to call them back and accepted the only option I had left, which is for them to allow me to ship it back. I then called Verizon and tried to purchase the iPhone through them instead and even though initially it looked like it was going to work, halfway through the upgrade process the rep said her system blocked her because of the pending order on the account. They advised that Walmart must contact them and have the device payment removed from the account. I called Walmart back and they said once they receive the return this would happen automatically and I would be able to purchase the phone once again. I asked if I can return it at the store to make the return faster and they said yes that would work. I went to walmart at 7:30PM, but the customer service reps there at that time did not know how to handle it and I had to come back the following day. When I returned the following day the had a manager come up and explain to me that since I initiated the return through the phone I had no choice but to ship it back.

So basically I'm not going to get the phone I ordered on the first day of the PreOrder until sometime in mid December.

I have been buying the iPhone for myself and my family since about the iPhone 3GS. Walmart has given the worst purchase experience ever, by far in ordering an iPhone. Nightmare service. I'm totally in disbelief.
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Walmart has given the worst purchase experience ever, by far in ordering an iPhone. Nightmare service. I'm totally in disbelief.
Walmart's warehouse/shipping operation always sucked. If it's paid in full, I will just dispute with the credit card and stick to them. But complicating the matter is the installation plan. I think your best approach is just returning to store. Otherwise, nightmare can get even worse if your return is stolen at their warehouse.
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Walmart's warehouse/shipping operation always sucked. If it's paid in full, I will just dispute with the credit card and stick to them. But complicating the matter is the installation plan. I think your best approach is just returning to store. Otherwise, nightmare can get even worse if your return is stolen at their warehouse.
I tried. I went the the store twice and they would not let me return it in store. They said my only choice is to mail it back. Which I did and got a receipt from USPS. We'll see how this goes. I kind of half expect them to deny to return because it doesn't match the item I bought. LoL.
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