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A 256GB iPhone for $285? If you don't mind a little refurbishment work from a few dings and scratches, it could be yours if you act fast.
The iPhone XS just doesn't seem worth it for your dollar? Maybe you can take in a gently-loved iPhone X for a good discount.
Given that an iPhone XR costs $749 and it's current the latest and cheapest iPhone out there, there's always the iPhone X...
It'll be a while yet before new 9.7-inch models come out, so the discount on this Apple product is predictably paltry. But it's on Amazon right now.
Walmart is offering complimentary no-contract wireless service with the refurbished iPhone SE for $85.49. And you don't even have to use the network.
2016's Google Pixel or Pixel XL for more than half off of its original price. Well, it IS 2018 after all. It's up to you to take the risk.
The deal runs for the rest of the day on April 12 and gives customers a good $150 to $200 off the Pixel 2... if they want a refurb.
Five big Moto phones, all of them refurbished (read: not perfect), but affordable and functional. And they can even be more functional if you buy a Moto Mod with the money you save.
For a relatively new Apple Watch release, it's somewhat of a relief to bring about some refurbished units for consumers to take advantage of.
Even 256GB versions are available direct from Apple. And there's a decent selection of colors, too. And iPhones typically are some of the better refurbished items out there.
They're giving away pre-owned iPhones along with a year of service to three lucky people who want to talk up the carrier.
We're still probably several months away from a new iPad Pro generation, but the existing one is already available at big discounts today only on Amazon.
T-Mobile also has a big deal on the discontinued 256GB version of the iPhone 7, but if you're running hard on the iPhone for cheap, Virgin's got a thing.
From July 25 through to the 28th, refurbished MacBooks may get marked down a further 10 percent than where they are now. iPads go as far as 30 percent.
We already knew the battery inside the refurbished Note 7, aka Galaxy Note FE, was smaller than the original cell, but now we have the full picture.
No more than 400,000 Galaxy Note FE units are planned for Korean availability, as Samsung is still thinking about an international expansion.
Samsung's refurbished Galaxy Note 7 has been a long time in "consideration", finally going on sale in Korea today under the Note FE name.
If you still don't see the point of a so-called Samsung Galaxy Note 7R or Note 7 FE, imagine a Full HD version with a sensible price point.
If you're looking for an Apple Pencil discount higher than 5 bucks, the manufacturer's US e-store has refurbished units available at $15 off list.
That old Apple A8 is still there, but you'll just get 32GB of storage now. At the UK carrier, it starts with plans at £35.49 a month.
Samsung is boldly thinking of christening that divisive refurbished Galaxy Note 7 the Note FE, where the letters might stand for Fan Edition.
It costs over $500, could have a battery with just as much capacity as the original Note 7 and is being sold in China. It could be in the US, too.
That refurbished Galaxy Note 7 that seemed so unlikely just a little while ago is almost definitely coming to Korea by early June.