Here’s how to get a free iPhone 14 or iPhone 14 Pro at Verizon this weekend

You can get the iPhone 14 for free this weekend (opens in a new tab) at Verizon thanks to the carrier’s new pre-order offers that offer up to $800 off with one qualifying trade-in and unlimited plan.

Better yet, Verizon’s iPhone 14 deals don’t stop at the standard device either, as the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max are available with an even deeper trade-in discount of up to $1,000. (opens in a new tab). In the case of the standard Pro model, this is again enough to cover the entire cost of the device.

  • Pre-order the new iPhone 14 series at Verizon (opens in a new tab)

As mentioned earlier, all of these iPhone 14 deals at Verizon are eligible with a trade-in and unlimited data plan. While that’s a pretty big hoop to jump through, the good news is that new and existing customers can take advantage of these pre-order promotions. In fact, new customers have more incentive to make the switch, as they will also receive a $200 gift card on top of the trade-in savings available.

The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro are both shaping up to be great new flagships for 2022. The standard device is an iterative upgrade in our eyes (except for the camera), but the Pro model is definitely a huge leap forward. Not only does it have a new chip and camera, but the new ‘Dynamic Island’ element on the front display offers an innovative new way to interact with the splitting front notch. However, it does come with a hefty price tag, which makes the iPhone 14 generally the strongest buy for those who can live without the bells and whistles.

Note that iPhone 14 pre-orders are open right now and will continue for a week. We strongly recommend that you order a device as soon as possible if you want it delivered by next Friday, September 16 – which is the release date.

Verizon iPhone 14 deals: Get a free device

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