This by itself is already $100 cheaper than what Apple is selling it for. However if you were to apply the coupon code B6677847 (via 9to5Toys), it seems that the handset will be discounted even further to $450, knocking pretty much close to $200 off what Apple had originally priced it. It also makes it evenly priced compared to some Android mid-rangers out there too.
The best part is that it does not appear that it will require users to sign any kind of contract with the carrier, although it will be locked to Boost Mobile’s service so that’s something to take note of. The plans will start at $35 for unlimited talk, text, and data, but since Boost is piggybacking on Sprint’s network, you might want to check if your area has good Sprint coverage lest you end up with bad reception.
No word on when this promotion will end, but if you’re interested in saving yourself some money, then hit up Boost Mobile’s website for the details.