Best iPhone 11, 11 Pro & 11 Pro Max deals: Cyber Monday offers
The iPhone 11 series were Apple’s brand-new set of iPhones for 2019 and they were incredibly popular. However, in October 2020 Apple discontinued all but the smaller iPhone 11 and introduced the iPhone 12 series, which includes the iPhone 12 mini, the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. You can find the best deals for the iPhone 12 handsets in a separate article.
Apple is still selling the colourful iPhone 11, but it’s now at the lower price of £599/$599 rather than £729/$699. That’s a pretty decent saving, but Apple’s not the only place selling the iPhone 11.
In fact, many retailers are offering excellent deals on the iPhone 11 for Cyber Monday. Just make sure you compare these deals with Apple’s current price (once again, that’s £599/$599) because some resellers will quote the original price from 2019 to make their offer look better than it is.
Also, while Apple no longer sells the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max that doesn’t mean that you won’t be able to find one for sale – and you could pick up a good deal.
Fortunately we’re here to guide you through the best deals on the iPhone 11 range, whether you’re looking to buy SIM-free or on contract. The Macworld team have searched up and down the web for the best deals, offers and discounts on the entire 11 range, so you don’t have to.
If you’re not sure which iPhone is the right phone for you, then take a look at our iPhone buying guide for some assistance. We also have a roundup of the iPhone 12 deals that you might be interested in, and we separately discuss the best time to buy an iPhone.
Best iPhone 11 deals
Prior to the arrival of the iPhone 12 we were seeing £50 off the iPhone 11 if you bought one from Amazon, Currys PC World, or John Lewis. Those deals have now gone – but if you had saved £50 then you might be kicking yourself now as Apple now has even more money off.
Luckily a number of resellers are still discounting the iPhone 11 Pro and the 11 Pro Max. You can get an iPhone 11 Pro with 64GB for £919 (£130 off) at Amazon, but John Lewis (£899) has an even bigger discount.
If you’re looking to order your accessories for your iPhone 11, then check out our roundup of cases.
How much do the iPhone 11 handsets cost?
The range first went on sale on 20 September 2019 and included three models: the iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. If you want to know all about the features of these phones, then read our reviews (linked above).
At launch prices started from £729/US$699 for the 11, £1,049/US$999 for the 11 Pro and £1,149/US$1,099 for the Pro Max.
The price of the iPhone 11 has now been discounted by Apple and the company has discontinued the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max.
|iPhone 11||iPhone 11 Pro||iPhone 11 Pro Max|
|64GB, £729 NOW £599||64GB, £1,049 Discontinued||64GB, £1,149 Discontinued|
|128GB, £779 NOW £649||128GB, £1,199 Discontinued||128GB, £1,299 Discontinued|
|256GB, £879 NOW 749||256GB, £1,399 Discontinued||256GB, £1,499 Discontinued|
The best iPhone 11 deals
Our price comparison widgets below list the best available deals for each model. We include the best SIM-free and contract deals. Whilst a contract can seem less daunting as it’s not a lot of money upfront, the total cost of ownership (TCO – what you end up paying over the whole contract) will probably end up higher, so think about what’s best for your budget and weigh up the pros and cons of each option.
It’s also worth considering bundle deals, which offer provide striking value. Three, for example, throws in a pair of Beats Solo 3 headphones or AirPods with some of its plans. Head to Three to see its iPhone 11 bundles (click on other plans).
Best SIM-free iPhone 11 deals
The first place to check for deals and offers should be Apple, firstly because that’ll tell you what the price of the iPhone 11 should be right now (at launch it was from £729/$699, but now it’s £599/$599) and secondly because, if you have an older iPhone to trade in, Apple will give you up to £170 off your new phone.
Apple also offers a flexible payments option so you can pay for the phone in monthly instalments. In the UK this starts from £29.99 a month for 24 months (at 0% APR). In the US this starts from $29.12 a month for a new phone.
For anyone who buys a new iPhone 11 (or any other Apple product, for that matter), they’ll also receive one year of Apple TV+ for free.
As we said above, Apple was selling this iPhone for £729/$699, but now it starts at £599/$599.
Here are the best iPhone 11 deals right now:
You can also find the iPhone 11 in the following stores:
Best iPhone 11 contract deals
If you don’t have the money up front then buying a new iPhone 11 on contract will probably be an attractive option. Do keep in mind the price you will pay over time though as it can work out much more expensive that way though – perhaps the best option is paying a few hundred up front and then having a relatively inexpensive amount to pay every month.
Check out our widget below for the best deals available.
Here are all the networks providing contracts for the iPhone 11:
The best iPhone 11 Pro deals
As we said above, Apple no longer sells the iPhone 11 Pro, but that doesn’t mean you won’t find a good deal on the handset.
In this section you will find our price comparison widget that lists the best SIM-free and the best contract deals for the iPhone 11 Pro. When considering what makes a contract good we tend to look at the total cost of ownership. As for buying SIM-free, this could be a good option if you already have a contract you’re happy with.
Best SIM-free iPhone 11 Pro deals
When Apple used to sell the iPhone 11 Pro it started at £1,049/US$999. Apple no longer sells it – although the 11 Pro may eventually turn up on Apple’s Refurbished Store.
You’ll notice that a number of resellers are currently discounting the iPhone 11 Pro.
Here are the best iPhone 11 Pro deals right now:
Apple no longer sells it, but you may find the iPhone 11 Pro in the following stores:
Best iPhone 11 Pro contract deals
If you don’t have the money up front, or you don’t already have a contract that you want to keep, then buying a new iPhone 11 Pro on contract will no doubt be an attractive option. Remember that the price you will pay in the contract period could work out much more expensive than if you bought the phone from Apple and kept your existing contract.
See our widget below which collates the latest and best offers for the iPhone 11 Pro:
You can also browse through the following providers for more iPhone 11 Pro contract deals:
The best iPhone 11 Pro Max deals
Finally, in this section we will share the best SIM-free and the best contract deals for the iPhone 11 Pro Max.As with the Pro, the Pro Max is no longer sold by Apple, but you may still be able to get your hands on one.
We recommend that if you are considering a contract deal you look at the total cost of ownership. Alternatively, if you already have a contract you are happy with then a SIM-free deal will probably allow you a good saving.
Best SIM-free iPhone 11 Pro Max deals
As above, Apple no longer sells the iPhone 11 Pro Max, but it may eventually turn up in the refurbished store. When it was sold this phone started at £1,149/US$1,099 if bought from Apple.
Resellers may still be selling this iPhone for a while – and in fact a number of resellers are discounting the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Check pricing for the iPhone 11 Pro Max in the following stores: Amazon / Argos / BuyMobiles.net / Carphone Warehouse / Currys PC World / E2save / John Lewis / KRCS / Mobiles.co.uk / Mobile Phones Direct / Very.co.uk
Best iPhone 11 Pro Max contract deals
Buying a new iPhone 11 Pro Max upfront can be expensive. If you’d prefer to spread the cost then a contract will no doubt be an attractive option – and some places are still offering the iPhone 11 Pro for now.
Remember that the price you will pay in the contract period is likely to cost more, though.
Our handy widget automatically collects the best deals as they become available. See below for what’s on offer so far:
You can also check out iPhone 11 Pro Max contract deals from the following providers: Affordable Mobiles / BT / BuyMobiles.net / EE / Fonehouse / Giffgaff / Mobiles.co.uk / Mobile Phones Direct / iD mobile / O2 / Phones.co.uk / Sky / Tesco mobile / Three / Virgin / Vodafone