Getting anything free from Apple (AAPL) seems to be like pulling teeth, but this is a deal that can help you get into that new iPhone XR or XS without burdening all the cost to do so. Apple is offering customers up to $100 more for their iPhone trade-in, and the good news is, this is on top of the original credit the company already provides.

Apple is offering customers up to $100 back in the form of an Apple Store gift card for the trade-in of an eligible device or a refund of your total purchase. To get in on the Apple Store gift card deal, you need to upgrade to an iPhone XR or XS while trading in your previous generation iPhone.

Phones need to be in good condition to get the maximum extra credit value and, of course, the newer your iPhone, the better your total credit from Apple will be. Keep in mind that the iPhone SE and iPhone 8 Plus are excluded from the deal, but the iPhone 6, 6s, 6s Plus, 7, 7 Plus, and 8 will have you seeing this extra gift card credit.

The iPhone 6, in good condition, will net you a cool $150 ($75 original credit and $75 extra credit) while the iPhone 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, will give you $100 more. Owners of an iPhone 7, in good condition, could receive $250 ($175 original credit and $75 extra credit) while the iPhone 7 Plus will provide you with a $50 extra credit (plus $250 original credit). The iPhone 8 could give you $25 extra credit on top of the $275 original credit if it is in good condition.

Don’t think your device is eligible for a trade-in? You can check if it is directly on the Apple website. If it doesn’t meet the requirements, you can recycle it for free, which Apple consider a win for the planet.

As of this morning, Apple stocks were up about 1 percent.

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Apple is offer $100 extra trade-in credits for an older generation iPhone. An iPhone is seen on display at a US tech-giant Apple store during the launch of the new iPhones on September 17, 2016, at the Mall of the Emirates in Dubai. Apple's global iPhone launch was marked by excitement and frustration as fans queued to find scarce models of the coveted smartphone. Getty Images/Karim Sahib