If even the iPhone 11’s budget flagship price (to say nothing of the iPhone 11 Pro Max’s pricetag) is too much for you to stomach, but you still want a big-screened iPhone, then perhaps the iPhone 8 Plus is the way to go.
It has a 5.5-inch screen and an impressive camera that continues to get better with iOS 13, even if doesn’t have the extra lenses of Apple’s leading phones. It’s still not the cheapest handset, so you’ll definitely want to peruse all the iPhone 8 Plus deals that you’ll find here – but at less than half the price of the leading iPhone 11 Pro, it’s the best compromise between iOS value and power in the iPhone range.
Below you’ll find deals from carriers like T-Mobile and Verizon, which include discounts on a second phone and offers for your trade-in. Further down the page you’ll find unlocked options.
If you’d rather purchase directly from Apple, you can expect to pay $699 for the 64GB model or $949 for the 256GB model, but you can get up to $315 in credit when you trade in your old iPhone.
Don’t need such a big phone? Check out these iPhone 8 deals.
The best iPhone 8 Plus deals from US Carriers
iPhone 8 Plus for $699.99 at Sprint | Get the iPhone 8 Plus for $14.17/mo with eligible trade-in
Order the iPhone 8Plus for $14.17 per month with a Sprint Flex 18-month lease. You must trade in an eligible phone within 30 days of activation, and you’ll see the credits applied within two months. You can return and upgrade to the latest iPhone any time after 12 lease payments.
The best money-saving plans: T-Mobile plans | Verizon plans | AT&T plans | Sprint plans
iPhone 8 Plus review in brief
Brilliant, but in the shade of the iPhone X
Screen size: 5.5-inches | Resolution: 1080 x 1920 | Rear camera: 12MP | Weight: 202g | OS: iOS 11 | RAM: 3GB | Storage: 64GB/256GB | External storage: No | Battery: 2675mAh
Premium look and feel
Lacks the pizzazz of the iPhone X
How much does the iPhone 8 Plus cost?
The short answer is $799. That’s what Apple charges for the 64GB iPhone 8 Plus, available in silver, gold, or space gray.
Of course, if you need more memory, then it’s going to cost you more; your only other option is spending an extra $150 and grabbing a $949 256GB iPhone 8 Plus.
As we’ve outlined above, there are ways to get a deal, or at the very least, break your cost out into more manageable monthly payments (also available via Apple).