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Deal Alert: Get a Refurbished iPhone 7 for as Low as $220 from Woot

Apple iPhone 7

Did you hold off on last week’s iPhone 6 deal? Maybe you thought that model was a little too old or too slow. Woot has you covered today’s iPhone 7 deal; you can get one for as low as $220.

We still think the iPhone XR was the best smartphone released in 2018. But not everyone wants to or can drop $750 or more on a smartphone. And while we love FaceID maybe you think you’ll miss the classic home button and TouchID.

If that’s you, and you’re still running an iPhone 6 or older, you might want to consider today’s Woot iPhone deal. $220 or $260 will get you either a 32 or 128 GB iPhone 7. Depending on the size you choose, you can pick either Black or Rose Gold (the black model is 128 GB only).

The iPhone 7 looks very much like the iPhone 6 at first glance, but the changes on the inside were huge. This update introduced a quad-core processor, more ram, and a brighter screen. You also get 3D Touch baked in, which is something even the iPhone XR can’t say.

Your potential downsides? The iPhone 7 is the model that killed the headphone jack, and the Woot deal doesn’t include an adapter or charging cable. Additionally, Woot does warn that because this is a refurb, you should expect some scratches and dents. Woot tested the phone for functionality and offers a 90-day warranty, but don’t expect a brand new out of the box look. The odds are you’re going to throw a case on it anyway.

But those are minor downsides—especially if you already have a lighting jack cable. And by accepting those downsides, you get a solid iPhone at an affordable price. Just make sure to choose the bands that work with your carrier (CDMA for Sprint and Verizon for example).

Josh Hendrickson Josh Hendrickson
Josh Hendrickson is the Editor in Chief of Review Geek and is responsible for the site's content direction. He has worked in IT for nearly a decade, including four years spent repairing and servicing computers for Microsoft. He’s also a smart home enthusiast who built his own smart mirror with just a frame, some electronics, a Raspberry Pi, and open-source code. Read Full Bio »