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Verizon is a major mobile phone plans retailer which operates the website verizon.com. As of today, we have 1 active Verizon promo code. The Dealspotr community last updated this page on December 4, 2017. Verizon has an average time to expiration of 22 days.

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How to use Verizon promo codes

  1. Go to verizon.com then select the items you wish to purchase and add them to your shopping cart.
  2. Find a promo code on this page. Click to open the code, then click "copy" to copy the coupon code to your clipboard.
  3. Go back to verizon.com and proceed to checkout. Look for the box labeled "Enter promo code" and paste your promo code in that box.
  4. Once you apply the promo code, your savings should be applied, and you can complete checkout.

Promo code didn't work? Read these expert tips.

  • Verizon rarely offers promo codes. On average, Verizon offers 0 codes or coupons per month. Check this page often, or follow Verizon (hit the follow button up top) to keep updated on their latest discount codes.
  • Check for Verizon's promo code exclusions. Verizon promo codes sometimes have exceptions on certain categories or brands.
  • Look for the blue "site-wide" label for site-wide Verizon promo codes. Site-wide codes can be applied to any item on Verizon's website, and therefore are the most useful codes.
  • Read our expert guide to finding promo codes for stores that rarely offer them.
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Verizon Promo Codes & Coupons

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