Best Buy offering discounts on iPhone 5s, 5c during New Year's sale

Best Buy offering discounts on iPhone 5s, 5c during New Year's sale

Best Buy is offering major discounts on both the iPhone 5s and 5c for a limited time. As part of their New Year's sale, the 16GB iPhone 5s will be available for $124.99, down from the normal price of $199, while the 5c will be available for free. Additionally, the 32GB and 64GB iPhone 5s models are available for $224.99 and $324.99, respectively, while the 32GB iPhone 5c can be snagged for $79.99, down from its usual $199. These discounts apply to all carriers. Best Buy's sale runs through this Saturday, January 4, both online and in stores.

Source: Best Buy, via 9to5Mac

iPhone 5s

iPhone 5s
Apple's current flagship iPhone with a 4-inch in-cell display, LTE 4G, and BT 4.0 LE. New features include:

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Released
September, 2013

Alternatives
iPhone 5c, iPhone 4s

Replacements
iPhone 6 (rumored)
Fall, 2014

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iPhone 5c

iPhone 5c
Apple's first popular iPhone with a 4-inch in-cell display, LTE 4G, and BT 4.0 LE. Fun features include:

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Released
September, 2013

Alternatives
iPhone 5s, iPhone 4s

Replacements
iPhone 6 (rumored)
Fall, 2014

Resources
Buyers guide
Help forum

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That is just shame. At my country if you buy an iPhone with 2 year contract you get only about 50 dollars off.

Just bought a 5c from BestBuy.com for $0.00. Picked up and activated in store the next day. WIN!

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This is the most enticing offer I've seen... but the 2 year contract is more of a block to me. I'm waiting for the iPhone 6. I'd be willing to pay $400 for an off-contract iPhone 5s if it were an option.