Cyber Monday might be over, but for Verizon customers, the deals are sticking around through the holidays.

What some people call Cyber Monday is now turning into Cyber Week or, better yet, Cyber Season. And this time of year is bringing nothing but good news: the biggest tech deals of the entire year.

In the market for a new phone? Don’t shell out $1,000 or more for the newest devices. Just shop during Cyber Week because the deals for Verizon customers (and new customers) really don’t get better than this.

Last week, we saw the popular carrier offer Black Friday deals on devices like the Galaxy S8 and Pixel 2, and starting Monday the big red carrier launched more sales across many Android and Apple smartphones.

While some deals are for a limited time, Verizon has announced than many of them will remain available this week or even as long as through the next month. Some of these deals can be tricky to find, so it’s important to navigate sponsored listings for exclusive discounts you might not find in-store or on their website.

The Phone Deals

For a limited time, you can get a Google Pixel for $5 per month for 24 months, which works out to a total price of $120, which is $429.99 OFF the Pixel’s regular price. With this deal, you’ll get a promo credit applied to your bill every month for 24 months to get you down to the $5 per month price.

Additionally, the carrier is offering the Google Pixel XL for $10 per month for 24 months.

If iOS is more your thing, you can get an iPhone SE for $10 per month for 24 months, which is hundreds less than the market price.

Or better yet, get up to $300 off any iPhone on your wishlist if you have an old smartphone to trade in! Looking for an Apple phone and a tablet? You’ll strike even more savings. You will save $250 on ANY iPad with the purchase of ANY iPhone. Bundle these items together for ultimate savings.

The Perks To Get In On

Not all deals come in the form of cash saving. In act, Verizon’s already low monthly costs make some of these incentivized deals the true winners.

Some of these deals include 50% off the Google Home with the purchase of a Google Pixel 2. That means you can get a brand new, top-rated smart home for less than $70.

Is VR more your thing? You’ll get 50 percent off a highly-renown Gear VR with the purchase of a Galaxy S8.

Need speakers? 50 percent off the SoundBoost2 Moto Mod is being given with the purchase of a Moto Z2 Force.

Bundle some of your purchases together and bring home some of 2017’s top tech gear.

Other Unbeatable Offers

The deals with Verizon don’t just stop at smartphones. If you’re looking to gift an iPad (or pick one up for yourself), the carrier is offering $200 off any iPad through December.

Prefer other types of tablets? Their top selling items are running discounts between $100-$200 each.

For example, the Verizon Elipsis 8 (HD) is $79.99 compared to the original $249.99! The Asus ZenPad Z8s is going for $99.99, down from $249.99.

These deals are not being kept secret either. With a quick search or a visit to the store, you can cash in on these deals that other carriers aren’t even coming close to offering.

Did We Hear the Word Free?

Yes, yes we did. Not a Verizon customer? No problem. Get a FREE ASUS ZenFone V Live when you switch to this carrier. That means you can pocket a $200, highly-rated smartphone for zero cost when you join America’s best network.

And if you’re on the network, all you have to do is add a line to your plan to sweep up this insane deal.

How to Find Sponsored Holiday Deals

Whether you’re looking to save some cash on a savvy and state-of-the-art cell phone or want the biggest, best, and most impressive device on the market, sponsored listings can offer the best deals out there. Check them out for yourself and get ready to save.

Like anything, it’s always a good idea to be aware of the latest research. We recommend comparing at least 3 or 4 options before making a final decision. Doing a search online is typically the quickest, most thorough way to discover all the pros and cons you need to keep in mind.

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