Straight Talk Deals and Promotions for November 2018

Below are the Straight Talk deals and promotions forNovember 2018. If you are interested in signing up and buying a phone from Straight Talk check out the deals below and you could save some money.

The Straight Talk Deals for November 2018 have expired. Click here to see The Latest Straight Talk Deals.


If you want to sign up for Straight Talk and but you need to buy a phone check out the deals below. Sometimes you can get a great deal on a phone from Straight Talk. That said before you buy a phone from Straight Talk there are some things you need to know. See Buying Your Apple iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, or Other Smartphone From Straight Talk

50% More Data

For November 2019, Straight Talk is offering 50% more data on their $35 and $45 plans when you buy a new phone. You’ll get 3GB of data per month on the $35 plans and 15GB of data on the $45 plan. You’ll get this data each month for as long as you keep your phone active. On the $35 plan you are getting one extra GB for free and on the $45 plan you ate getting an extra 5GB for free. Straight Talk sells add on data for $5 per GB so you could view this as getting and extra $5 or $25 of value per month. If you’ll use that extra data then this is a good deal. This offer is good through Januaty 31 2019.

Phone and Plan Bundle Promotions

Straight Talk currently is not offering and bundle discounts for November.

iPhone Deals

For November 2018, Straight Talk has the iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, and iPhone SE in stock. The best deals are on the iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, and iPhone SE which Straight Talk is selling at a discounted price. Note the Straight Talk does not currently sell Apple’s newest iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, or iPhone Xr that were announced in September. Also in September, Apple discontinued iPhone X, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, and iPhone SE.

iPhone Xs Max for $1099
iPhone Xs for $999
iPhone XR for $749
iPhone X for $899
iPhone 8 Plus for $699
iPhone 8 for $599
iPhone 7 Plus for $569
iPhone 7 with for $449
iPhone 6s Plus for $399
iPhone 6s with for $299
iPhone 6 for $179
iPhone SE for $139

Straight Talk currently sells the iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 7 Plus, and iPhone 7 for full retail price. You are better off buying the SIM-free model directly from Apple. Straight Talk sells the iPhone X for $899. Apple replaced the iPhone X in September with the iPhone Xs for $999. I’d recommend the newer iPhone Xs from Apple. Straight Talk’s iPhone 6s models are are value priced, but I recommend waiting until you can save more with a phone and plan bundle. At $140 the iPhone SE is not a bad choice for a budget phone.

Straight Talk currently has the RECONDITIONED iPhone 6 for $99 RECONDITIONED iPhone SE for $69

Samsung Galaxy Deals

For October 2018, Straight Talk has many Galaxy model phones in stock. The best deals are on the S9+, s9, S8+, and S8 where you can save $100 when you buy a phone and plans bundle.

Samsung Galaxy S9+ with $35 plan for $765
Samsung Galaxy S9 with $35 plan for $635
5amsung Galaxy S8+ with $35 plan for $624
Samsung Galaxy S8 with $35 plan for $535
Samsung Galaxy S7 with $35 plan for $334

Samsung also has the Note 9 for $950 and Note 8 for $900. The Note 9 is $50 less than buying the unlocked Notes 9 directly from or from Currently the unlocked Note 8 is $750 at so that is a better deal.

Bring Your Own Phone SIM Kit

If you have your own phone and want to bring it to Straight Talk you’ll need a Bring Your Own Phone SIM Kit.

Order a Straight Talk Bring Your Own Phone SIM Kit for $1

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  1. LM | | Reply

    Thank you!!

  2. LM | | Reply

    I have straight talk and use at&t. The S7 on sale is GM930VL. I was thinking that was Verizon, but I don’t see any models with “A” will this work with an AT&T Simm? Thank you!

    • Bob Thompson | | Reply

      Its partially compatible, but I wouldn’t do it. Only half the LTE bands are supported and you might find it doesn’t work well in your area. I don’t know if they have the ATT version. I took a look but did not see one. If I find one on their site I’ll send you a link.

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