Budget flagships are abound these days, and the latest addition to ZTE's line of premium phones, the Axon 7, is one of the better ones on the market. The hardware is top-notch, and although the software isn't quite up to par with the OnePlus 3T's or the Nexus 6P's (as Ryan writes about in his review), it's certainly not the worst on the market. Now, you can pick one of these powerhouses up for just $349.98 and have some extras thrown in if you buy from the right retailers.

Amazon, B&H, Best Buy, Newegg, and ZTEUSA.com all have the Axon 7 in both Quartz Gray and Ion Gold available at the discounted price of $349.98, but some will give you more incentive to buy than others. Amazon may have free 2-day shipping if you're a Prime member, and Best Buy may give you the opportunity to pick the phone up in-store, but those two don't include the free $60 JBL Synchros E40BT Bluetooth headphones that B&H is offering, the ~$200 Monster ROC Sport Freedom Bluetooth headphones that Newegg is giving away, or the free case and USB Type-C charging cable that ZTE is throwing in. It's also worth noting that only devices purchased from ZTEUSA.com qualify for ZTE's comprehensive Passport 2.0 warranty, which includes discounts for future phones, a $79.99 deductible for screen replacements, and more.

Personally, if I were on the hunt for an Axon 7, I'd go with Newegg. The Monster Bluetooth headphones that it's offering are better than the JBLs that B&H is including, and its warehouses around the country (including one in my state) make for fast shipping. However, if you're on the clumsier side, you may want to go with ZTEUSA.com for the warranty and free case. All the retailers have compelling offerings; it's up to you to decide which suits you the best.

If you're not interested in getting an Axon 7 and just like reading these articles for fun, perhaps our Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals roundup will have something more to your liking.