iPhone 7
The iPhone 7 Plus is seen on display during an Apple media event at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, Sept. 7, 2016. Photo: Getty

Although there are plenty of sales currently taking place, Black Friday is the day where people can really save some money. The iPhone 7 from Apple is one of the most popular mobile devices out however, it is not cheap.

On the Apple site, prices for the iPhone 7 range from $649 to $849.00, while the iPhone 7 Plus will run customers anywhere between $769.00 to $969.00 depending on the amount of storage space they desire.

While these cell phones come in handy in times of need and boredom many people are not thrilled about shelling out so much cash for them. Luckily Black Friday is just weeks away and there are some awesome deals available.

Target: The store is offering $0 down on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with a guaranteed $250 gift card upon purchase and activation through a lease plan, AT&T Next, Verizon Device Payment or Sprint 24-Month Installments. Customers who return the phone will no longer have a valid gift card, however exchanges for another eligible device will let customers keep their gift card.

Sam’s Club: Although all of the prices have yet to be released, Sam’s Club is expected to reveal Black Friday iPhone 7 deals on Nov. 22. However, the store will have a Nov. 12 event which will give customers a $250 Sam’s Club gift card with the activation of an installment plan of the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus or iPhone SE. The Nov. 12 event starts online at 12:01 a.m. EST.

Best Buy: The electronics retailer is offering customers a $200 Best Buy gift card with the purchase of any iPhone, however, the installment or lease plan must be with Sprint or Verizon.

Verizon: The phone carrier is offering a $250 discount off of iPads with the purchase of any phone. The company is also offering up to $300 off the purchase of an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus as long as the old phone model is in good condition.

AT&T: New customers can get up to $650 in credit if they switch to the phone carrier or trade in a new device and purchase one.