Updated on Friday November 17, 2023: Regardless if you’re a new or existing AT&T Wireless customer, there’s something to be found at their Black Friday sale… and it all begins today at att.com/wireless. We’ve posted their some screenshots below with some of this year’s highlights but there’s plenty more on sale now on their site.
Remember, besides the specials on phones and monthly/annual wireless plans, AT&T Wireless also has deals on other electronics like smart watches, tablets, bluetooth speakers and earphones. Plus, you can get up to a $150 AT&T Visa Reward Card when you sign up for AT&T Fiber and an additional $150 when you enter HOLIDAY150 at checkout. Just be quick because some of their most popular deals are expected to sell out quickly this year. Good luck and happy bargain hunting!
Black Friday 2023 Start & End Dates
While there’s always a few phones featured on sale at any given time at AT&T Wireless, their main Black Friday event typically begins about a week before Thanksgiving. Most of the advertised specials are then expected to last through the long weekend until Sunday night or while in-stock supplies last. A new round of offers will likely return on Cyber Monday.
- Confirmed BF sale start date: Friday November 17, 2023 (that’s a week before Black Friday).
- Expected BF sale end date: Sunday November 26, 2023 or while inventories last.
A complete list of AT&T’s current offers and coupons — all of which are available today — can be found below. Don’t shop their store or site without first taking a look at all of today’s top deals. Enjoy!
How did AT&T’s Black Friday sale look like last year? What were the featured phone deals? Follow the links below to view their previous ad scans to find out more.
- 2023: Page 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12.
- 2022: Page 1, 2, 3 and 4.
- 2021: Page 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.
- 2020: Page 1, 2 and 3.
What new phone is on your holiday weekend shopping list? Are you looking out for deals at other stores/carriers such as T-Mobile, Walmart, Best Buy or Verizon Wireless? Or do you just need to extend your existing voice and data plan? Let us know in the comments.