Best Buy is dropping the price of refreshed iPhones for premier customers

Best Buy is dropping the price of refreshed iPhones for premier customers
If you happen to be a constant shopper at Best Buy stores and have been adorned as a Premier Silver member of its Reward Zone program, you'll be entitled to some juicy savings on “refreshed” iPhones they have in stock. First of all, you'll need this coupon in order to be given the chance to purchase the handset through your closest location. This special promotion is happening from February 21 to 27 and is valid on any new or qualified upgrade with your signature on a 2 year contract. Members are eligible to save $100 on any “refreshed” iPhone models they have in stock – the 8GB iPhone 3G for free, 16GB iPhone 3G for $29.99, 16GB iPhone 3GS for $49.99, and 32GB iPhone 3GS for $149.99. As a refresher for those of you that aren't aware, their “refreshed” models are basically refurbished units that have been tested to meet fully operational guidelines – so it's not like you'll be getting something with problems from the onset. Best of all is that they it comes with the standard 1 year manufacturer's warranty which the retailer honors – no worries now that it'll put your mind at rest if something does happen. So if you don't mind getting a handset that's “refreshed”, we'd suggest checking out your closest Best Buy location to take advantage of this limited time offer.

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source: Best Buy via Slickdeals



1. Kappy

Posts: 108; Member since: Dec 14, 2009

There is also a report Best Buy is dropping the droid to $99 and the Eris will be free (for new and current VZW users). The devour will be $99 as well. Looks like Best Buy is the place to get a new phone!

3. ILOVEtechnology unregistered

They got good Tv deals too. Over christmas they had a 46 in sony with a ps3 for 950 bucks!

2. jrcrow79

Posts: 477; Member since: May 02, 2008

lol..refreshed vs Nib is really night n'll NEVER know why it's refreshed and NOT worth the $50

4. tonyc_42

Posts: 61; Member since: Aug 18, 2009

at least refurbished units go through tons of testing. new ones just pretty much come off the assembly line and get shipped out.

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