How much does the iPhone 7 Plus cost?

How much does the iPhone 7 Plus cost?

Staying a generation or two behind the latest iPhone releases is a smart way for buyers on a budget to stay in Apple’s ecosystem, while saving hundreds of dollars on a cheap, yet functional iPhone. It’s these people holding onto older iPhones like the iPhone 6 who may find the iPhone 7 Plus the most appealing.

So what’s new in the iPhone 7 Plus? Well, new features for the iPhone 7 Plus include IP67 water resistance, which can handle full water submersion for up to 30 minutes. This is complimented by a touch sensitive home button (instead of a physical button) that’s faster than ever at reading fingerprints. Unfortunately, this was also the year Apple removed the headphone jack, which has been replaced by a Lightning adapter (dongle) you’ll have to use with wired headphones.

Still, with newer features like water resistance and a dual camera system for 2X zoom, the iPhone 7 Plus is definitely worth it in 2019, especially given the low price point. To better help illustrate these savings, let’s look at current the iPhone 7 Plus prices on Swappa.


iPhone 7 Plus Price

Unlocked Verizon AT&T T-Mobile Sprint
iPhone 7 Plus (32GB) $249 – $385 $250 – $445 $239 – $364 $227 – $345 $195 – $355
iPhone 7 Plus (128GB) $245 – $375 $235 – $340 $239 – $374 $245 – $365 $199 – $355
iPhone 7 Plus (256GB) $280 – $395 $250 – $343 $280 – $455 $310 – $360 $280 – $514

(iPhone 7 Plus prices updated 11/19)

Right now, current prices for an iPhone 7 Plus sold on Swappa is around $267 (32GB) and $287 (128GB). You can also find the more elusive iPhone 7 Plus (256GB) for roughly $307. Keep in mind those are only the average prices, so it’s easy to find even cheaper iPhone 7 Plus models sold in different storage configurations, carriers, or conditions.

For the cheapest price on an iPhone 7 Plus, simply choose a more well-loved device condition (like an iPhone 7 Plus in fair condition, for instance). When it finally comes time to upgrade your old phone to something newer, you can always find the best prices on an iPhone 7 Plus by shopping on Swappa.


iPhone 7 Plus Price History

(Average prices for an iPhone 7 Plus on Swappa)

The iPhone 7 Plus was first unveiled on September 16th, 2016, at the introductory price of $769. In 2017, with the arrival of the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and iPhone X, we saw Apple drop the price of the iPhone 7 Plus down to $669 (32GB) and $769 (128GB). Sadly, this was also the year that Apple discontinued the 256GB iPhone 7 Plus, saving the higher storage configuration for their newer devices instead.

It wasn’t until 2019, with the release of the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, Apple finally discontinued the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus entirely. Today, the only way to buy the iPhone 7 Plus is either refurbished, or you can save more money by going with a gently used model on Swappa. 


Because Swappa only allows fully functional devices to be sold on our marketplace (i.e., no junk), it puts us in the unique position to offer another big perk for iPhone buyers: Swappa’s Used Phone Protection Plan. Whether it’s a cracked screen, water damage, or power surges, you’ll never have to worry about breaking your iPhone and paying for repairs out of your own pocket. When buying an iPhone 7 Plus, just make sure you add the Accidental Protection Plan to your cart at the time of purchase and you’ll be good to go.

For more on the best time to pick up an iPhone 7 Plus in order to maximize your savings, head on over to our post: When will the iPhone 7 Plus price drop? If you’d like to compare the price of the iPhone 7 Plus against every other iPhone currently available, check out our iPhone Price page right here.




Updated on November 13, 2019 • On iPhone