Wal-Mart is slashing its iPhone 6 prices by $50 to attract customers in weeks leading up to Christmas.
The retailer will reduce the price of the 16GB iPhone 6 from $179 to $129, while the 16 GB iPhone 6 Plus will be reduced from $279 to $229, Bloomberg reported Friday. Those prices are with two-year contracts, while available carriers are AT&T, Verizon and Sprint.
The cheaper iPhones are only one incentive for shoppers to visit Wal-Mart between Black Friday and Christmas. Other deals include the iPhone 5S reduced from $79 to $49 with a contract, and the Samsung Galaxy S5 reduced from $139 to $79.
Less than 10% of shoppers have completed their holiday shopping, according to Wal-Mart.
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