Verizon’s best phones are free all weekend long with eligible trade-ins

Does $10 a month still feel a little rich for your blood, although the “made by Google” Pixel is certainly worth a whole lot more than $240 all in all? Taking a page from T-Mobile’s earlier revealed Black Friday playbook, Verizon will let traders of select like-new devices to pick up brand-new, sizzling hot high-end phones for absolutely no charge all weekend long.

Slightly less restrictive than Magenta’s free phone promotional program, Big Red’s top holiday deal includes the iPhone 7, 7 Plus, Pixel, Pixel XL, Moto Z Droid, Z Droid Force, Galaxy S7, and S7 Edge.

Any of these can be yours at “no cost with no money down” on device payment plans, as long as you’re willing to give up a mint condition iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, 7, 7 Plus, Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, Edge+, S7, S7 Edge, Note 5, LG V20, G5 or Moto Droid Turbo 2 starting today online, and in physical stores on the actual Black Friday.

To further sweeten the deal, Verizon will give away $200 Visa prepaid cards for every line switched to America’s largest carrier up to a grand total of four, as well as shave $250 off any iPad with iPhone 7 or 7 Plus purchases.

If you’d rather just get a 32GB iPad mini 2, its on-contract price is brought all the way down to $99 Thursday and Friday only, while the Ellipsis 10 Android tablet is $49 with a new two-year agreement for a limited time. A bunch of accessories are also heavily discounted through either Friday or Sunday, including a $100 UE Boom 2, $90 Fitbit Charge HR, and $35 Mophie Powerstation XL.

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