Heads up! Get a free $300 gift card with this limited-time iPhone 15 Black Friday deal

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Apple’s excellent iPhone 15 line has only just been released, but all four new phones are nonetheless proving the subject of some tempting Black Friday deals. Walmart, for instance, is currently offering a free $300 Walmart eGift card with any iPhone 15 purchase, which is one of the better Black Friday iPhone deals currently available.

To qualify for the promotion, you’ll need to take out and activate an AT&T or Verizon plan via Walmart. These plans start at $45/mo for 36 months (or $0.00/mo, if you’ve got an eligible device to trade in), so on top of Walmart’s $23.03/mo device cost, the cheapest you can expect to pay for a qualifying iPhone 15 is $68.03/mo. 

Naturally, you’ll pay more than that for the iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, but Walmart’s $300 eGift card is included with every AT&T or Verizon plan, regardless of which model you choose (you can’t, however, credit its value against your iPhone 15 purchase).

Once you’ve netted that handsome $300 freebie, head over to our Walmart Black Friday deals roundup for advice on how to spend it (personally, I’m eyeing up Apple’s second-gen AirPods Pro earbuds, which are down to just $169 right now!).

Best Black Friday iPhone 15 deal

iPhone 15 series: free $300 Walmart eGift card with any AT&T or Verizon plan

iPhone 15 series: free $300 Walmart eGift card with any AT&T or Verizon plan
There are plenty of decent iPhone 15 deals available right now, but Walmart is, in our opinion, offering one of the best. Until 11:59PM PT on December 3, if you pick up any iPhone 15 model with an AT&T or Verizon plan via the retailer, you'll get a free $300 Walmart eGift card, which can be spent however you like.

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