OnePlus starts a month of Black Friday deals, 8T is $250/€200 off, OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro also discounted

Peter, 29 October 2021

Black Friday deals are a great way to save a few bucks and some last longer than a single Friday – some go on for a week and others, like the promo campaign that OnePlus is starting today, will last a whole month.

The exact details vary from country to country, so head over to the promo page to see what kind of deals are available in your neck of the woods. You should see discounts on 2-3 phones and the promise of more deals to come.

OnePlus starts a month of Black Friday deals, 8T is $250/€200 off, OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro also discounted

The OnePlus 9 Pro is $100/€150/£150 off and can be had for $970/€750/£680. The OnePlus 9 is down $70/€100/£100, making its price $660/€600/£530.

It’s the OnePlus 8T that got the biggest discount (for now), $250/€200 off for a final price of $500/€400 (it’s not discounted in the UK). You should also be able to save a few bucks off the original Nord, though with the 8T so cheap it may not be worth it.

This is only the beginning, a week from now there will be a Mystery Box sale. By the looks of it, the box will contain OnePlus buds (the Buds Pro?), a wireless charger stand and a couple of other things.

OnePlus starts a month of Black Friday deals, 8T is $250/€200 off, OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro also discounted

The timeline continues with a “Click & Win” promo on November 15 that promises that you can save up to €250/£250. The best prices should come on November 19 and November 25, Cyber Monday, will be the last day of deals.

OnePlus starts a month of Black Friday deals, 8T is $250/€200 off, OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro also discounted

Naturally, we have reviews of the OnePlus 9 Pro, the vanilla 9 and the 8T, so check those out before hitting the Buy button.


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  • bobbio

thats not my problem im a customer they need to respect me im not for sale , they are

  • Raywho

Those who are always whining about the discounts not being deep enough , are the same ones that never ever did something and try to sell it That's who I call freeloaders , they don't get it the costs of designing , development manufact...

OnePlus phones are still very overpriced! They need to discount them to half price, at least!

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