Spotted: Early Black Friday Apple Deals You Don't Want To Miss

An early Black Friday Apple deal you don't want to miss.  (Photo: HuffPost)
An early Black Friday Apple deal you don't want to miss. (Photo: HuffPost)

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are almost here, but we found a deal that’s too good to wait for. The 19th day of our 30 Days of Savings event with Walmart includes a discount on a tried and trusted iPhone.

The Straight Talk Apple iPhone 6s 32GB pre-paid smartphone normally retails for $300, but you can get it on sale for just $150 at Walmart right now in space gray or rose gold. That’s 50% off the original price — a steep markdown for rarely-on-sale Apple products.

If you need a refresher, the iPhone 6s has a 4.7-inch Retina HD display, FaceTime HD camera, Touch ID and still fits in the back pocket of your jeans comfortably (which can’t be said for some of the larger, more recent iPhone models).

It makes a great gift for older parents or grandparents who want a fuss-free way to FaceTime, or as a present for tweens and older kids who are ready for their first “real” phones.

Maybe you want something a little more advanced?

We’ve spotted several noteworthy deals on newer iPhone models, like up to $450 in eGift cards on the iPhone XS, $400 in eGift cards on the iPhone XS Max or iPhone XR and $300 in eGift cards on the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.

All of the deals above are live at Walmart right now.

Looking to upgrade your Apple accessories?

These already-on-sale AirPods are marked down even further.  (Photo: Walmart)
These already-on-sale AirPods are marked down even further. (Photo: Walmart)

Walmart also has the best pre-Black Friday deal on Apple AirPods we’ve seen so far. These AirPods (with the charging case) were previously on sale for $144, but were just marked down an additional $5 and are currently down to just $139 at Walmart.

Want more deals? Check out these other major savings at Walmart going on right now:

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This article was paid for by Walmart and created by HuffPost’s commerce team. The HuffPost editorial staff did not participate in the creation of this content. Prices and product availability are subject to change.