Apple stopped selling the iPhone X last year after the launch of the iPhone XS and XR, but the company still place is the iPhone X's RRP at £899 – and though most retailers sell the 64GB model for around £799, it is still a hefty sum to pay.

At the Apple Refurbished Store you can pick it up for £769, but if you're after a brand new iPhone X, the best deal in the market now comes from VERY.

The retailer is selling the 64GB model for £749, which is already £50 cheaper than retailers like Argos, John Lewis, and Currys PC World. While Amazon has price matched and is also selling the iPhone X 64GB at £749, you can get a better deal still from VERY if you sign up for a VERY account.

With a VERY account, you can get another 10% off your first credit order which means you can buy the iPhone X for £674.10 – saving you £124 from the market rate and £224 off the RRP. You will need to use the code MJWT7 at check out before 30 June, 2019. Head to VERY now to see this deal.

See our full review of the iPhone X, and for more deals see our dedicated round up of the best iPhone X deals of the month, which includes both SIM-free and contract deals.

Note: A previous version of this article stated the total discount with the VERY membership would amount to £647.10 instead of £674.10. This has now been corrected.