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Deal Alert: Buy a Refurbished iPhone 6 or 6 Plus for $120-$200

Three iPhone 6's in different colors

You know, you don’t have to pay $1,000 to get an iPhone. Woot is selling refurbished models of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus at a heavy discount today.

The iPhone 6 came out a while ago, but it’s a solid device that still gets updates and support from Apple. Nobody wants to use a grossly outdated phone, but the iPhone 6 was ahead of its time, and its features are still comparable to some of 2019’s mid-range devices. It has a fingerprint scanner, a good 8 MP camera, and an HD Retina display. Nothing groundbreaking here—it is nearly five years old.

Right now, you can buy a refurbished iPhone 6 or 6 Plus from Woot for just $120 for the 16 GB or up to $200 for the 64 GB 6 Plus. That’s an extremely low price for any phone, especially an iPhone. Woot gives you the option to choose the 16 or 64 GB model of these phones and has the Gold, Silver, and Space Gray colors in stock.

This is a good opportunity for you to grab an iPhone at an unbeatable price. Sure, it’s old, but it looks and runs better than any other $120 phone on the market. If you don’t need a new phone (but you love a good deal), then you could always use one of these as a dedicated music streaming device.

Just keep in mind that these iPhones are refurbished (and they were manufactured back in 2014). Woot rates these as “scratch and dent” products. Some of these iPhone have blemishes on the case, but they don’t have any internal or screen damage. Since Woot has a 90-day limited warranty, you can always send a product back if that is something wrong with it. Otherwise, Woot offers a 30-day return policy if you’re just unhappy with it. Hit the button to buy.

Andrew Heinzman Andrew Heinzman
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