Save hundreds on iPhone 8, Samsung Galaxy S8, Google Pixel 2 and more with eBay’s Best in Tech sale

Matt Sayer 21 December 2017 NEWS


Some of the latest and most popular handsets are available at uncommonly low prices.

If the idea of a shiny new phone loaded with the latest and greatest tech gets your fingertips prickling with anticipation, your Christmas has come early. As part of eBay's current Best in Tech sale, premium handsets like the iPhone 8, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Google Pixel 2 are available at 20% off – a significant saving in the world of high-end smartphones.

Among the deals, you can score yourself a brand new Huawei Mate 10 Pro with 128GB of storage for $879.20, a 64GB Samsung Galaxy S8 for a similar $879.20 or the 64GB Google Pixel 2 for $923.19. Even the luxurious iPhone X is on sale, with the 64GB model available for just $1495.19.

MVNOs amaysim and Vaya lead the eBay sellers participating in the sale, along with dedicated handset stores like Allphones and Buy Mobile. As with most eBay sales, you'll need to use a promo code to take advantage of the 20% off deal: just enter the code "POWERUP" at checkout to trigger the discount. There are a couple of caveats, though: you can only use the code in a maximum of three transactions, and it's only valid for a total discount of $1000. Postage is excluded from the discount, too, which is worth keeping in mind.

You can check out all the handsets on sale over at the smartphone section of eBay's Best in Tech sale. If you're a little short on time, though, you can check out our round-up of the best deals from the sale in the table below. And if you can't find something you like, you might also want to check out our rundown of this week's bargain phones.

Handset Discounted price Buy it
iPhone 8 64GB $863.20 Go to site
Huawei Mate 10 Pro 128GB $879.20 Go to site
Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB $879.20 Go to site
Google Pixel 2 64GB $923.19 Go to site
iPhone 8 Plus 64GB $1056.00 Go to site
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 $1283.40 Go to site
iPhone X 64GB $1495.19 Go to site

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