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Best Buy has a tempting offer this holiday season, selling Apple’s entry-level iPhone 6s with sixteen gigabytes of storage for just one buck, normally $199 on-contract.

The catch? You have to sign up for a new two-year contract with Verizon or Sprint. Despite the requirement to commit your soul to Verizon or Sprint for the next 24 months, you’re still getting a fair deal on Apple’s latest handset, which starts from $649 off-contract on the Apple Online Store.

Unfortunately, the electronics retailer does not offer this deal for the 64GB and 128GB editions of the iPhone 6s, nor is it available for the iPhone 6s Plus models.

As a bonus, if you own a used iPhone 5 in working condition and want to trade it in, Best But will treat you to a $200 gift card. The iPhone 6s is also on sale at Verizon and Sprint, now available for $99 for Verizon and $199 for Sprint.

In addition, Best Buy has discounted the Apple Watch to just $249 and is offering a cool deals on iPads: the iPad Air 2 is $125 off and all iPad mini 4 models are $100 off.

Source: Best Buy

  • Hmmm…

  • Fahim Bhuiyan

    how about in canada?

  • Dan

    16 GB… This should be good for grandmas or the technologically illiterate.

    • mrgerbik

      it does suck and call me weird, but I dont like blowing $130 on $4 worth of cheap Nand flash. Anyways, I always seem to manage fine with 16GB.

      iPhones really do need start at 32GB – AND HAVE BIGGER BATTERIES

      • Dan

        You pretty much summed up why I buy android phones.

  • M_Hawke

    Funny typo in next to last paragraph. “Best But.” Referring to an anatomical part or funny commentary because you left out a comma? (“Best, But”)

    • The anatomical part would be spelled butt when its shortened 🙂

      • M_Hawke

        When the word is shortened or when the anatomical part is shortened? LOL

      • ‘part’ as in part of the body LMAO.

  • rockdude094

    Damn it I don’t have a dollar

    • mrgerbik

      You guys dont have connection/ administration/ sim card/ etc/ etc fees when signing up in the US?

  • Blip dude

    I’m gonna also assume (at least in California), that you also have to pay the UNsubsidized tax amount up front, so that will probably have to be added to the equation.

  • Shashank Samudralwar

    4th paragraph,last word of first line and first word of second line,
    Best But

  • Peter

    Just a $1 phone if you sign up for a 2 year contract. I just went and did it over lunch. There is one more great deal offered by PureVPN 70% off on buy of 2 years of VPN and Smartdns. Limited time offer