[Updated W/ Statement]This Friday, Walmart will start selling the iPhone 5c for $27 and iPhone 5s for $127

iphone_5s_5c3:00 PM – Black Friday and Cyber Monday came and went.  Now, Christmas deals are already starting to pop up.  Walmart has another sweet deal for those looking to purchase a iPhone 5c or the iPhone 5s.  Starting this Friday, you can head over to your local Walmart to take advantage of this offer.

The Los Angeles Times reports that starting Friday, Walmart is offering the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s at a big discount.  You can get the iPhone 5c for $27 with a two-year contract and the iPhone 5s is going for $127 with a two-year contract.  You must sign up for a contract with either AT&T or Verizon.

Here is what Salvador Rodriguez of LA Times reports:

“As part of a holiday sale starting Friday, Wal-Mart plans to offer the iPhone 5c for $27 with a two-year contract from AT&T or Verizon. That’s a huge discount on the iPhone 5c, a $99 model that Apple introduced just three months ago.

The iPhone 5c has struggled to sell and Wal-Mart has been discounting it since it was released in September. Friday’s sale price won’t be as good at what Wal-Mart offered on Black Friday — $45 for an iPhone 5c with a $75 gift card thrown in — but you’ll be hard pressed to find the iPhone 5c for cheaper than $27.”


What we don’t know is what models are going on sale.  The prices are very low, so it’s best to assume that the 16GB model is what’s being offered.  The higher models may be offered at a discount, but of course they will be higher priced.  It’s not confirmed yet if the higher memory models are being offered at a discount.  We’ve reached out to Walmart for a statement, so we will keep you informed.


A Walmart spokesperson got back to us and informed us that the iPhone 5c 32GB will cost $127 with a 2-year contract.  For the iPhone 5s 32GB, it will cost $227 and 64GB version will cost $327, both with 2-year contracts.

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