iPhone X hits its cheapest ever price with this Amazon Prime Day deal

iPhone X deal for Amazon Prime Day
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The iPhone X has never been cheaper in the UK than it is right now, thanks to this Amazon Prime Day deal.

Sign up for Prime Day

You'll need to be an Amazon Prime member to take advantage of Prime Day deals. You can sign up for a free trial, which will see you through Prime Day and which you can cancel after 30 days, or if you like the look of Prime then right now you can save £20 on a one-year subscription.

While it launched back in September 2017 (for £999), it has since been replaced by the iPhone XS which drove the price down, and most recently the iPhone X has been hovering around the £799 mark. 

It did see a reduction during Black Friday last year for a few days, dipping to £749, before going back up, but things have got even better with Prime Day 2019 and an £80 discount.

That means you can pick up the iPhone X - which is still less than two years old - for just £710 during Prime Day. This deal is set to finish at the end of July 16, so you'll want to act fast to take advantage of it.

Apple iPhone X (64GB):

Apple iPhone X (64GB): £799 £710 at Amazon
If this discount on an iPhone X doesn't seem that huge, remember its price on Amazon is already £100 below the RRP, so you're saving lots of cash on an iPhone that's barely even old! It's the only iPhone X deal too, so could go fast.

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