Best Buy Offers Best iPhone 5 Deal With New Promotion

BEST BUYUpgrading your old Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone just got a little easier. Beginning this Friday and running through June 29, Best Buy (NYSE:BBY) is offering customers a free upgrade to an iPhone 5 if they bring in their old iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S.

Best Buy previously featured this same promotion for one day on June 1. Apparently the program was successful because now the electronics retailer is extending the offer for nine days.

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The deal is made possible by Best Buy’s already discounted iPhone 5 prices. Best Buy already has a promotion that discounts $50 off the price of any iPhone if the customer purchases a 2-year contract with AT&T (NYSE:T), Sprint (NYSE:S), or Verizon (NYSE:VZ). This promotion brings the iPhone 5’s regular $200 price down to $150.

Since Best Buy is giving customers a $150 credit for trading in their iPhone 4 or 4S, it makes the iPhone 5 essentially free. However, as with any sales promotion, there are a few stipulations.

Customers must still upgrade with a 2-year contract at AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon. Customers must also pay approximately $35 in associated taxes for the smartphone.

The deal is also only available at brick-and-mortar Best Buy retail locations and the device must be in working condition in order to qualify for the trade-in deal. On the other hand, if Best Buy finds that your old model of iPhone is worth more than $150, it will give you the difference on a store gift card.

Many Apple retailers have been increasing sales of the iPhone 5 through various promotions as they prepare to make room for a new iteration of iPhone that Apple is expected to launch later this year. Here’s how Apple and Best Buy traded today.

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