iPhone SE returns to Apple's clearance store for third time in January

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Apple is once more selling the iPhone SE on clearance in the U.S., in what may be one of the last opportunities for American shoppers to get the phone new.

The product costs $249 for a 32-gigabyte version, or $299 for 128 gigabytes. Apple's most recent list prices for the phones were $349 and $449, respectively.

Apple officially discontinued most sales of the iPhone SE in September, making the iPhone 7 its cheapest model outside of India. To the public's surprise though the phone returned to the U.S. on Jan. 19, followed by a second wave of clearance sales on Jan. 23.

The company is presumably trying to liquidate remaining inventory as fast as possible. Both previous batches sold out quickly, the first in about one day.

Several third-party retailers also have the SE in stock. If you want a new model, eBay is your best bet. If you're open to a refurbished model, Amazon and BuyBackWorld are viable options.

Retailers with the iPhone SE in stock:


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