RadioShack and Target are both offering limited-time only sales for AT&T’s iPhone 5 by slashing $20 off the price tag.
Target announced the deal is in-store only until Dec. 15, as it does not offer the iPhone 5 online, while Electronista noted the same specifics apply to the Radio Shack deal. The holiday price cut means folks can grab the 16GB version for $179.99, the 32GB version for $279.99, and the 64GB for $379.99.
Of course, the sales only apply to customers who sign up for a new two-year contract with AT&T. Both retailers also offer customers a chance to trade in their older iPhones, though, so check out 9to5Mac’s top 12 ways to trade in old iPhones for more details.
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