The best iPhone 14 deals in April 2024

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The iPhone 14 might not be the newest iPhone that money can buy, but that just means there are some epic iPhone 14 deals to be had. The trouble, of course, comes when you try and find the best deal for you.

There are thousands of deals to pick through online or even in-store — and while a store salesman can help you find a solid price on a new handset, you'll always leave with the feeling that you could have found yourself a better price elsewhere.

We are experts when it comes to finding the best prices possible, scouring the internet to locate the deals that you should consider. We've put all of the best prices below to help you get a great price on your new iPhone. Some might require a trade-in with your old device — so hopefully you've got it handy, and in good shape!

If you're looking for something more up-to-date, then we've got you covered there as well. There are some incredible iPhone 15 deals out there, and if you want the best and most premium model you'll find some wicked iPhone 15 Pro deals as well.

Best iPhone 14 carrier deals

iPhone 14 | From $20 per month

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Want to get out from under the shadow of lengthy contracts with the usual networks? This prepaid deal is a great option then. You'll need to buy the phone upfront but you save money in the long run. Visible's coverage plans are very competitive too. 

iPhone 14 | Get an iPhone 14 for free with a new line

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Verizon will give you an iPhone 14 for free, "on us" (that's on Verizon, not iMore. We're not made of money). All you have to do is take out a new line for the phone, and go through the online purchase process. There's no sniffing at a free iPhone.

iPhone 14 | six months of free service with Mint Mobile

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Buy an iPhone 14 from Mint Mobile and get six months of your data plan for free. This works out over a 12-month plan to save you up to $180, depending on your chosen data plan. You'll have to pay upfront, but it's well worth the saving in the long run - just remember to bring over your number to Mint or you won't get the deal.

iPhone 14 | data plans from under $10 a month

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This is another solid prepaid deal for your delectation. Yeah, you'll pay for the phone and data plan up front, but then you won't have to worry about paying monthly for two or three years. You'll spend a bundle up front, but save loads over the course of ownership. Swings and roundabouts, as they say here in the UK. 

iPhone 14 | From $5.99 per month

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This is a massively reduced monthly price for the iPhone 14, and gets you loads of internet to go with your new phone. No trade-in is needed, just sign up online and you're good to go.

Best iPhone 14 retail deals

iPhone 15 | $545 at Amazon (renewed)

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This option isn't a brand new handset, but a refurbished one. That means that its been used and then reformatted for the next user — in this case, you. This is a great price for a new iPhone, so well worth the refurbished state.

iPhone 14 | $729 at Best Buy

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This is basically full price for the iPhone 14 — and while that might not seem like a saving, if you choose to go this way you won't have to pay for a lengthy contract and all that interest at the end.

Best iPhone 14 Plus deals

The iPhone 14 Plus is the slightly bigger of the most recent base models. It's basically the same phone but it's a lot larger with a 6.7-inch screen compared to 6.1 inches hence the plus designation. 

It'll cost you a little more too, but you can still find some iPhone 14 Plus deals to bring the cost down.

iPhone 14 Plus | Free with unlimited data

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Grab an unlimited data plan with the iPhone 14 Plus at Verizon, and get the phone for free. This is a super solid deal on a great handset, so well worth going through the slightly elongated online purchase process.

iPhone 14 Plus | six months of service for free with Mint Mobile

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With this deal, you're going to have to pay full price for your device upfront, as well as the price of your data plan. That, in the long run, will save you money, however. Neither will you be locked into a lengthy service contract or device plan. If you pony up the cash here, you won't have to worry about a monthly fee ever again.

What's the difference between the iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Plus?

The only real difference is the screen size. The iPhone 14 has a 6.1-inch display while the iPhone 14 Plus has a 6.7-inch screen. Otherwise, you get the same processor, the same amount of RAM, and the same camera setup on the back.

What colors does the iPhone 14 come in?

The iPhone 14 comes in a range of cool colors. There's a light blue, a light purple, a Midnight option, a Starlight color, and finally, the Product (RED) colorway. All of these colors come in various storage options too, and in the standard and plus screen sizes.

Tammy Rogers
Senior Staff Writer

As iMore's Senior Staff writer, Tammy uses her background in audio and Masters in screenwriting to pen engaging product reviews and informative buying guides. The resident audiophile (or audio weirdo), she's got an eye for detail and a love of top-quality sound. Apple is her bread and butter, with attention on HomeKit and Apple iPhone and Mac hardware. You won't find her far away from a keyboard even outside of working at iMore – in her spare time, she spends her free time writing feature-length and TV screenplays. Also known to enjoy driving digital cars around virtual circuits, to varying degrees of success. Just don't ask her about AirPods Max - you probably won't like her answer.