If you're chafing at the bit to get your hands on the molten-hot new iPhone 5, check to see if you're eligible for an upgrade ahead of Friday's pre-ordering deadline.
If you are eligible, the 16GB will cost $199, a 32GB is $299 and a 64GB is $399. If your're not, the prices climb to $449, $549 and $649.
Apple's Website is offering an easy way to check with AT&T, Sprint or Verizon to see if you can score a reduced price on the phone, which hits Apple Retail stores at 8 a.m. on Sept. 21.
The new iPhone 5, starting at $199, was introduced Wednesday. It runs twice as fast with LTE technology, an A6 processor, a bigger screen, has 3D Maps, can take 8-megapixel panoramic photos, among other cool features. A longer-life battery supports eight hours of 4G Web browsing.
Click here to check your eligibility.
Meanwhile, if you're interested in getting deals on older models of the phone, check in with Daniel Vasquez's Consumer Talk blog to see how to save.