Alternatively, Sprint will throw in a free Mod -- an Amazon Alexa speaker or the Insta-Share projector -- when you switch to Sprint and lease a Moto Z2 Force. The carrier will also slash payments in half to $16.50 per month.
This great midprice phone lets you snap on magnetic accessories to the back. Best Buy and Verizon are teaming up to offer the Moto Z2 Play for $8 per month, saving you $216 overall. Offer valid from Nov. 23 to 25.
Or, you can buy the unlocked phone directly from Motorola for $400 -- $100 off the usual price. It'll work on all US cellular carriers including AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint.
How do you like the sound of 50 percent off Samsung's best phones, and an iPhone X, 8 Plus or 8 for up to $350 off? Or, you could pick up the Moto Z2 Force Edition, the iPhone SE, iPhone 7 or 7 Plus and Essential Phone for less.
Sign up for an unlimited data plan and hand over an eligible phone in return (or just $10 a month), and the regional carrier will let you pocket your choice of a Galaxy S8, iPhone 8, LG G6 or Moto Z Force. The deal runs from Nov. 22 through Nov. 27. More details here.
The prepaid carrier is going full steam ahead with Black Friday deals, offering nine entry-level and midrange handsets from Samsung, LG and ZTE for under $200. For example, the Samsung Galaxy Halo sells for $80 if you switch to Cricket, and the LG Harmony for only $10 (usually $99).
The Galaxy Note 8, S8, S8 Plus and S8 Active all get the discount treatment beginning Nov. 17. New customers who switch to Sprint can get half off their monthly payment on any of these four top-shelf Galaxy phones through the Sprint Flex plan.
Head over to a Microsoft retail store to nab unlocked versions of the Galaxy S8 for $575 and S8 Plus for $675. That's $150 off, respectively. These versions pick up software like the Cortana assistant and Microsoft launcher app that includes Word, Excel, One Note and Outlook.
The LG V30 is a legitimately great phone that unfortunately falls in the Note 8 and iPhone X's shadow.
LG bundle deal: Get a $400 rebate when you buy the V30 or V30 Plus from LG's site, when you buy a second LG product, like a pair of headphones, an air purifier, TV or washer. The promotion runs from Nov. 16 through Dec. 2; you can fill up on all the details starting Nov. 16.
We called the Huawei Mate 9 the perfect phone to buy as an alternative to Samsung's recalled Galaxy Note 7. A year on, it's still a good buy, especially for $100 off retailers' asking price of the unlocked Android handset.
When it first came out, the iPhone 6 set the bar for what Apple's phone should be. Two years on, it lacks some of the iPhone's newest features, but still brings solid midrange features and Apple's ecosystem.
Walmart: $199, save $200. 32GB, space gray. Service through Straight Talk.
The Essential Phone is the Android made by Andy Rubin, the guy who made Android. It's designed to pare the phone experience down to the most important elements.
Sprint: Starting Nov. 23, the carrier will slash prices to $25 down and $5 a month, while supplies last. The carrier will also throw in the Essential 360 Video Camera, a $200 add-on that snaps onto the phone to take 360 video.
A reliable budget handset, the Huawei Honor 6X price drops $50 at Amazon, Best Buy, B&H and Newegg. Best Buy's offer comes in lowest, at $150 rather than $200. All offers are valid from Nov. 23 through 27.
It may not have the Samsung or LG name, but the Xperia XZ Premium is a thoroughbred, especially when it comes to super slow-motion video. There are a few trade-offs, but for $599 at Best Buy, which is $100 off this unlocked phone, you may be able to cope.
From now through Nov. 27, Amazon Prime members can get an additional $50 off the 5.5-inch LG Q6, bringing the cost down to $197. The handset already sells for $229 through the Prime program, which puts ads on the phone's lock screen. It originally retails for $299.
The blue-tiful HTC U11 Life comes as a bundle from HTC.com. The $349 Android handset with squeezable sides gets a tiny bit sweeter with a free HTC Fetch thrown in. Valued at $20 the Fetch is a physical tag that helps you find your phone when it goes walking.
The deal runs from Nov. 21 at 12 a.m. ET through Nov. 29 at 12 a.m. ET.