As 2015 comes to an end, be prepared for some exciting year-end discounts on a wide range of products. Best Buy has started off with its year-end sale by offering Apple iPhone 6s nearly $200 cheaper than its original price in the US. The limited period offer allows shoppers to pick up a 16GB iPhone 6s for just $1 with a two-year contract.

Best Buy's offer on iPhone 6s is limited to the base variant whereas the higher-storage models are priced normally. The two-year carrier contract is a must to avail Best Buy's discount, which is still worth it considering the iPhone 6s contract price is normally $200 in the US. Buyers can choose any colour and still avail the $1 price for Apple's smartphone while shopping at both Best Buy retail and online stores.

Best Buy's iPhone 6s for $1 offer ends Sunday, according to CNET.

As per Best Buy's listing for iPhone 6s, the discount applies only on Verizon and Sprint variants of the device. This means AT&T and T-Mobile customers are out of luck.

Best Buy is not alone in offering attractive offers on Apple's latest iPhones. Target is selling Sprint variant of the iPhone 6s Plus starting from $270, and the price goes up to $470 depending on the model. Usually, the iPhone 6s Plus with Sprint contract sells for between $300 and $900. Similarly, the iPhone 6s variant is priced between $170 and $370 instead of $300 and $800.

Verizon customers can take advantage of an attractive offer by the carrier on its own website. Buyers can save up to $100 with purchase of iPhone 6s as Verizon doubles the amount of memory for free. For instance, if you buy the 16GB variant of iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus, you get a 64GB model for the same price.

These offers on the latest iPhones reciprocate Apple's extreme methods to increase sales, especially during the busiest holiday shopping time of the year.