These ‘grade A’ iPhone 6s, iPhone 7 refurbs are a steal from just $99.99

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Need a cheap iPhone that you can use as a backup or to keep in touch with the kids? Pick up a iPhone 6s or iPhone 7 refurb from Woot today from just $99.99 in this absolute steal of a deal that runs for one day only.

All units are “grade A” and in excellent condition, but stock is limited, so enjoy this offer while you can!

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iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 might not be the latest and greatest Apple smartphones anymore, but they’re still pretty excellent devices. And they’re both fully compatible with Apple’s upcoming iOS 15 update out this fall.

This, coupled with the incredibly affordable price tags they now come with, make iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 perfect for younger smartphone users or just to stick in a drawer in case you ever need a backup.

Pick up a bargain iPhone refurb from just $99.99

Pick up a grade A iPhone 6s refurb from Woot today for as little as $99.99, or opt for iPhone 7 from just $119.99. Various color options and storage capacities are available, and all are backed by a 90-day warranty.

This sale runs today only and stock is limited, so if you’re interested, be sure to bag your iPhone before they’re all gone. And don’t miss these deals on some must-have iPhone accessories:

AirPods — $119 ($40 off)AirPods with Wireless Charging Case — $139.98 ($59.02 off)AirPods Pro — $189.99 ($59.01 off)AirPods Max — $479 ($70 off)JETech Clear Case for iPhone 7 — $5.09 ($4.90 off)OtterBox Defender Case for iPhone 7 — $25.25 ($24.70 off)OtterBox Commuter Case for iPhone 6s — $16.26 ($18.96 off)Spigen Tough Armor Case for iPhone 6s — $14.99 ($20 off)

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