Target has been added to the ever growing list of retailers that will be selling the brand new iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus.
The company announced on Tuesday, following Apple’s launch event of the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus that both models will be available for preorder from the 12th retailers such as Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T, Sprint and Best Buy will also be offering the two phones for preorder on the same date. Customers can get their hands on the phone starting September and will have to pay $199 for the 16GB version of the iPhone 6, while the iPhone 6 Plus will cost 19th them $299. Customers will also get a two-year carrier contract with the phones.
To entice customers Target has also launched a Trade-in program where users can enter some values on trade-ins for their older iPhone models before the 18th guarantee the prices before October 18th the Trade-in program can do so at a Target store or via Target’s website for the same.
The deals offered buy Target in this trade-in scheme are:
- Up to $75 for the iPhone 4s
- Up to $200 for the iPhone 5s
- Up to $50 for the iPhone 4
- Up to $100 for the iPhone 5 or 5c
Apart from the 16GB model iPhone 6 will also be available in a 64GB model which will cost you $299 while you will have to shell out $399 for the 128GB model. All of these models will however, be under the contract of a Mobile carrier.