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Best phone and tablet deals and apps for Black Friday
If you want cheaper Apple gear, eBay just launched a refurbished department for that, anointed by Cupertino. Walmart also has the $399 iPad 2 accompanied by a generous $75 gift card, which enters it in a whole different value-for-money territory.
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The ongoing $100 off all tablets deal still stands, and the carrier just revealed the other offers, which include a refurb blowout sale on Friday, and next to free HTC Vivid and Samsung Rugby Smart over the weekend. On Cyber Monday a few handsets will be $.99 each - Pantech Renue, Motorola Atrix HD, HTC One X (gray only), Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket and the Nokia Lumia 900.
Afterwards, the weekend will see the Galaxy Nexus and the Galaxy Victory 4G LTE for free with the obligatory two-year contract, after $50 mail-in rebate.
Galaxy S III for $129 with $100 gift card, S II for $79 with $100 gift card
November 23rd – Dec 1st, $100 gift card with all smartphone sales
HTC 8X: $148
Note II: $299
Lumia 810: $79.88
LG L9: $0.97
Google Play Promotion: $50 app credit on the S III across all carriers, 11/18-12/29
Google Play Promotion: $50 app credit on all T-Mobile Android devices 11/25-12/29
HTC One S: $49.99 and Galaxy S III $79.99 from 11/18-12/24
Galaxy S II: $19.99 from 11/23-11/24
Blaze 4G: $9.99 11/25 – 12/1
Samsung Galaxy S III – $129 with new two-year contract (with $100 Walmart Gift Card for every Android phone on a contract)
Samsung Captivate Glide – $0.97 with AT&T new two-year contract
Samsung Stratosphere II – $49.88 with new Verizon two-year contract
Samsung Galaxy S II – $79.88 with new T-Mobile two-year contract
Motorola Photon Q – $89.99 with new Sprint two-year contract
Motorola Droid RAZR M – price to be decided, with new Verizon two-year contract
LG Optimus Logic – $39.88 prepaid smartphone ($50 in savings)
Kyocera Hydro – $39.88 prepaid smartphone ($60 in savings)
9. Best Buy
Samsung Galaxy S III – $48.16 with new two-year Sprint contract
Samsung Galaxy S III – $49.99 with new two-year AT&T contract
Samsung Galaxy S II – $1 with new two-year Sprint contract
HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE – $0 with new two-year Verizon contract
Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx – $0 with new two-year Verizon contract ($149.99 in savings)
Sony Xperia TL – price to be decided, with new two-year AT&T contract
Samsung Galaxy S II – $299.99 prepaid Boost Mobile offer ($70 in savings)
LG Optimus Elite – $49.99 prepaid Virgin Mobile offer ($80 in savings)
ZTE Warp – $64.99 prepaid Boost Mobile offer ($65 in savings)
10. Radio Shack, Sam's Club
Sam’s Club: Samsung Galaxy S III – $0.96 with new two-year contract
Radio Shack: Samsung Galaxy S III – $49.99 with new two-year Sprint contract
Radio Shack: Samsung Galaxy S III – $99.99 with new two-year AT&T contract
Radio Shack: Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket – $0 with new two-year AT&T contract
Radio Shack: Samsung Galaxy S II – $0 with new two-year Sprint contract
Radio Shack: Samsung Galaxy Rush – $69.99 prepaid Boost Mobile offer ($80 in savings)
Nexus 7: the best deal is from Office Depot - $229.99 for the 32GB version
Kindle Fire HD: the best deals are from Best Buy - $199.99 for the 16 GB version with a $30 gift card to boot, and from Staples for the 32 GB version - $249.99 with a $20 gift card.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0): the best deal comes from Best Buy - $179.99 with a $20 gift card
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1): Sears has it for $297.99
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 - HH Gregg has it for $449 ($50 in savings)
Other tablet deals:
Walmart: 8GB Barnes & Noble Nook Color Tablet – $99 ($60 in savings)
Staples: 8GB Lenovo A2107 – $149.99
Office Depot: Lenovo IdeaTab A2 – $199.99 ($100 in savings)
Best Buy: 16GB Acer Iconia Tab A200 – $249.99 ($100 in savings)
Best Buy: 16GB Asus EeePad Transformer TF300T – $279.99 ($100 in savings)
Office Depot: 32GB Asus Transformer Pad – $299.99 ($100 in savings)
1. aboona777 (Posts: 9; Member since: 30 Oct 2012)
i know this has nothing to do with this post, but Nexus 10 32GB is back in stock at Play store!!
head there now if interested!!
2. Naviiin (Posts: 14; Member since: 10 Oct 2012)
Seeing the Photon Q with a new T-Mobile plan instead of a Sprint plan in the Walmart section...Does that mean that the SIM card is switchable? Finally?
3. suneeboy (Posts: 149; Member since: 02 Oct 2012)
Can I get some deals for phones without a contract? I don't want to sign a 2 year deal to get a great deal on a phone.
I can't wait for the Nexus 4 to be available again so I can get rid of this crappy iPhone 4S.
4. networkdood (Posts: 5489; Member since: 31 Mar 2010)
Wow, 96c for SGS3!!!
Now, as for the Lumia deal for 49.99, check that out because I believe it is only for the West Region of AT&T.
6. cripton805 (Posts: 907; Member since: 18 Mar 2012)
I spent 3 days trying to add a line to our Sprint account through Radioshack. Worst customer service EVERRRRRRRRRR! On Radioshacks part.