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Best OnePlus Deals for February 2021: $100 off OnePlus 9 Pro, free Google Pixel Buds, and more

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OnePlus 9 Pro review (Image credit: Apoorva Bhardwaj / Android Central)

Deals on Apple iPhone devices and Samsung Galaxy phones are everywhere, but it's a bit more difficult to find a great deal on a OnePlus device. There are plenty of current OnePlus models to choose from, and whether you want a OnePlus 9, the OnePlus 8 Pro, or one of the more affordable OnePlus Nord devices is the first big question you'll need to answer for yourself.

All of the deals below vary in nature, so while some allow you to buy the unlocked phone with a single purchase today, others require a monthly payment plan; these plans are attached to carriers which usually require you to add a line of service or buy a second device to score the savings. Be sure to read the details of the deal you choose carefully as each offer is different.

With so many different OnePlus models out there, you may not see a discount on the specific device you're looking to buy right now, but you also might get sucked into buying another version instead thanks to a deal that's too hard to pass up. Be sure to check back as our list of deals below is updated regularly to include all of the OnePlus discounts worth considering.

Best Cheap OnePlus 9 Deals

The latest OnePlus devices are simply the best yet. The OnePlus 9 is equipped with a gorgeous 6.55-inch AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate, excellent haptic technology, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, and Adreno 660 graphics. Its base model comes with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage, while the OnePlus 9 Pro features 12GB RAM and 256GB storage. Best of all, the OnePlus 9 debuted at a lower price than the OnePlus 8 and 8T!

In our review of the OnePlus 9, it scored 4.5 out of 5 stars and was named Android's nest best value flagship device even at its regular price. Though heavy discounts may not be available on these new devices just yet, we should be seeing some great offers in no time.

Best Cheap OnePlus Nord Deals

After a slate of rather pricey devices, OnePlus is releasing the OnePlus Nord series which offers a more affordable phone that's packed with features and featues a premium design. There are a few configurations of the Nord devices with the base N100 models featuring 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. These devices feature a 6.52-inch display, three rear cameras and a front-facing camera, and a 5000mAh battery that can last all day long.

Meanwhile, the N10 devices feature a quad camera system, along with a 6.49-inch display, 4300mAh battery with Warp Charge 30T, 6GB RAM, and 128GB storage.

Best Cheap OnePlus 8 Deals

The OnePlus 8 is equipped with a high-performance fluid display featuring a refresh rate of 90Hz, along with IP68 water and dust-resistance and 25 hours of talk time on a single charge. It has an enhanced 48MP main camera, Ultra Wide Angle camera, and a dedicated macro lens, plus it's packed with 8GB RAM, 128GB storage, and comes in 5G models to unlock faster and more efficient data speeds.

Along with excellent battery life, a stellar software experience, and sleek hardware, the OnePlus 8 is a solid improvement upon previous models, even if it's not including anything totally necessary to force current OnePlus owners to upgrade to the latest device. You can learn more about the OnePlus 8 in our review from earlier this year.

Which OnePlus Phone Should You Buy?

With so many OnePlus models out there, figuring out which you should buy can be a bit overwhelming. Starting off by deciding on your budget is a good first step. The OnePlus Nord series is a great pick for those looking for the most affordable models. While it doesn't feature wireless charging or water resistance, many people don't need or utilize those features anyway.

The OnePlus Nord devices offer the best value right now without requiring that you sign up for a specific phone carrier, and they have basically everything you're looking for from a phone in 2021. Then again,we did name the OnePlus 9 "Android's next value flagship champ" at its debut price of $730. If you can score a deal on it, that just makes the package even sweeter. Meanwhile, the OnePlus 8 doesn't offer a huge downgrade in comparison to the OnePlus 9. It's still one of the finest OnePlus devices ever, and if you're looking for a flagship model with 5G capabilities, it's certainly one to consider.

Alex is a graduate from the University of North Florida with a background in sales and merchandising. When he’s not hunting down the next great deals to post on Thrifter, he can be found making music and working on his eBay business.
6 Comments
  • I take pictures of kids and Samsung does not take pictures I like, I am using Note 20 Ultra and I think I'll take less and less pictures, yesterday I sold my Pixel 4 XL, wanted to sell Note 20 Ultra but it's fingerprint is not working so wasn't getting good offers. Every flagship seems to take great pictures of building 🌴 trees, landscapes and things but very few can take great looking photos of people.
    Best phone for me for photo taking is Pixel 4 followed by iPhone 11 Pro Max( which I had but not anymore ) there is no third place
  • And what does any of that have to do with OnePlus? lol 
  • If they ever alow me to adjust the volume of ringtone and notifications separately and get a proximity sensor that keeps the phone from turning on in my pocket while setting alarms for the middle of the night I might get another one but those things make me regret leaving LG.
  • If you want a Verizon 5G UW phone the One Plus 8 Verizon Version is a steal. With a S865, 8 GB RAM and 128 UFS memory this phone flies. You do need a case as the slight curve on the display does cause unintended touches. You can't find another Verizon specific 5G UW at this price with these components.
  • Good luck with updates, OnePlus are terrible with updates, my 7T only just got Android 11 while my S20 FE got Android since I've had it, nearly 3 months ago.
  • If you care about updates you'll stay away from OnePlus, they are terrible with updates now.