Best Buy's four day sale takes up to $200 off the LG G8 ThinQ and Apple iPhone X

Best Buy's four day sale takes up to $200 off the LG G8 ThinQ and Apple iPhone X
Looking to save some money on tech? Big box retailer Best Buy is in the process of running a 4-day sale (via Android Authority) that expires this Saturday night (April 27th) at 11:59 pm CDT. That works out to 10 pm PDT and 1 am EDT Sunday morning. Here's one deal that you might find hot. The unlocked LG G8 ThinQ is $699.99 for a $150 or 18% savings. No activation is required, although you'll save another $50 by activating the phone on the same day as purchase. The LG G8 ThinQ features 128GB of storage, 6GB of memory and you can use your hand to unlock the phone. 

The unlocked 64GB Apple iPhone X is on sale without activation for $749.99. That takes the price down by $150, or $17.7%, to $749.99. Activate it the same day as purchase, and you'll save an additional $50.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is a 9.7-inch Android slate. The model with 32GB of storage can be yours for only $399.99. That saves you $150, or 27%. The 128GB model is also $150 off, priced at $499.99, a 23% discount. Originally launched a couple of years ago, the slate is powered by the Snapdragon 820 Mobile Platform and comes with 4GB of memory.

If you don't want to spend so much, you can dial back the specs and pick up the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1. This tablet is available during the sale for $199.99. That is an $80 or 29% savings from Best Buy's usual price. It comes with 16GB of storage and is powered by Samsung's Exynos 7870 chipset.

And you can pick up a bundle on the Surface Pro 6. Save $199.99 on the model with 4GB of memory, and 128GB of SSD storage. This variant is powered by the Intel Core M3 and includes a Type Cover so you can use a physical QWERTY keyboard. Microsoft's Office Home & Student 2019 package is pre-installed. Normally this would all cost $848.99, but during the sale, you can purchase it for $649. That works out to a 24% discount.
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