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.
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.
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.