Insane iPhone sale offers refurbs for as little as $39.99 today only


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Woot’s insane deals on iPhone refurbs keep on coming, and today’s might just be its best yet. With prices starting at a mere $39.99, there’s never been a better time to pick up a backup — or treat your kid to their first phone.

The only downside to this sale is that it’s good for one day only, and stock is selling quickly. Act fast or miss out!

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Who says buying an iPhone has to be expensive? If you know where to look, you can get older handsets that are still in perfect working order — and good for so many things — at amazing prices.

Bag an iPhone refurb from $39.99

Here’s what’s on offer today at Woot:

These handsets may not be the latest, most amazing smartphones, but they’re certainly good enough for so many smartphone users. They might be ideal for work, for first-time iPhone owners, and for young kids.

All units are tested and confirmed to be working, with a battery capacity of at least 85%. What’s more, they’re all backed by a 90-day Woot warranty.

Today only!

Remember, this sale is good for today only, and stock is selling fast. iPhone 5 and iPhone 5c units have already sold out, so jump on these before they disappear, too. You can’t go wrong at these prices!

If you’re after something a little newer, Woot is also offering brand-new iPhone XS Max units from just $699.99 for a limited time only.

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