Buy the Apple iPhone 6 starting at just $99 from Sam's Club, beginning November 15th

Buy the Apple iPhone 6 starting at just $99 from Sam's Club, beginning November 15th
The Apple iPhone 6 might be one hot selling handset, but that doesn't make it immune to the pricing of the holiday shopping season. Nor is the 4.7-inch handset free from getting its price clipped by a membership warehouse retailer like Sam's Club. According to a leaked flyer, the Walmart owned Sam's will sell the 16GB Apple iPhone 6 for just $99, with a signed two year pact.

The deal will start on November 15th, and will also cover the 64GB version of the phone ($199) and the 128GB model ($299). Each store will have only 40 to 50 units in stock. In addition, last year's 16GB Apple iPad Air will be offered with a $100 discount.

In case you're waiting for it, Black Friday officially begins on November 28th this year, and we're pretty sure that we will see more deals covering the new Apple iPhone 6 (and possibly the still hard-to-find Apple iPhone 6 Plus) as we get closer to that date. With a signed two-year pact, the non-sale prices for the iPhone 6 are $199, $299 and $399 for the 16GB, 64GB and 128GB models, respectively.


source: GottaDeal.com, BestBlackFriday.com via MacRumors

UPDATE: Thanks to one of our loyal readers, we now believe that the special pricing on the Apple iPhone 6 at Sam's Club will last all of one day, November 15th, starting at 7am. The use of the wording "Event Price" when describing the iPhone 6 sale, tells us that the sale price is good for one day only. The same applies for the deal on the Apple iPad Air.

Thanks for the tip, Mike!


source: BlackFriday

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iPhone 6
  • Display 4.7" 750 x 1334 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP / 1.2 MP front
  • Processor Apple A8, Dual-core, 1400 MHz
  • Storage 128 GB
  • Battery 1810 mAh(14h 3G talk time)

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94 Comments

1. fzacek

Posts: 2486; Member since: Jan 26, 2014

16GB isn't enough without SD card expansion. They should have made the base model 32GB...

3. kristoferallen

Posts: 99; Member since: Jun 23, 2010

Very true.

4. quakan

Posts: 1418; Member since: Mar 02, 2011

I agree. I opted for the 64 GB because of that. 16 GB is outdated.

5. Settings

Posts: 2943; Member since: Jul 02, 2014

There are still people who dont use apps that often but still uses the essential ones; social apps, a few games, and some pics. 16GB would be a steal for them.

24. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

So what. What does apps have to do with it? What about storing my music and videos? Most people don't have unlimited data plans so uploading your media to the cloud really isn't an option. So what other option do you have for storage on the iPhone? None. After all, the iPhone is just an iPod Touch with cellular capabilities. You fans can never think outside the box. Why?

46. ackmondual

Posts: 5; Member since: Nov 02, 2014

One of the biggest, glaring annoyances of having storage capacity on the lower end is updating to ios8, you need 5.6 to 6GB of free space on your device. That effectively knocks down the capacity of your device down from 16GB to 10GB, and 32GB to 28GB (as with the case of my Ipod TOuch 5).

58. g2a5b0e unregistered

That's not exactly true. You just need the free space for the installation. It doesn't take up that much space once it's complete.

82. ackmondual

Posts: 5; Member since: Nov 02, 2014

That was what I was alluding to. Everytime you do a x.0 update, you'll need to have that much free space in order to do the update, which means you'll either have to keep clearing that space, or simply just leave that much free space available at all times.

64. rphunter

Posts: 21; Member since: Nov 02, 2014

I think you are overlooking something. The increase in size of iOS 8 over iOS 7 was about 1 gigabyte. As for needing 5.6 to 6Gb to do the update, that is true, but ONLY if you do the OIA (over the air) update. You can virtually 'update in place' if you let iTunes download, unpack, and verify, then apply, the update. This is a 'booger man'. Not something that is a real bar to anyone really familair with the iPhone.

91. ackmondual

Posts: 5; Member since: Nov 02, 2014

Well, I can't go beyond ITunes 10.7 since an 80GB Ipod Classic I'm still using won't work if it's a version later than that. As for others, some folks loathe ITunes, citing it's bloated (500MB for a glorified music player and desktop app!?). Having to resort to a desktop for some would make it less convenient of being able to do almost everything on a handheld device.

8. CreeDiddy

Posts: 2249; Member since: Nov 04, 2011

Apple did this on purpose for buyers to opt for the 64gb model. Smart move on their part.

12. fzacek

Posts: 2486; Member since: Jan 26, 2014

Smart? Sounds more like greedy to me...

65. rphunter

Posts: 21; Member since: Nov 02, 2014

Humm. You get 32GB extra over the older phones for the same price. Greedy? Strange point of view.

80. Taters

Posts: 6474; Member since: Jan 28, 2013

Yes it is greedy considering other companies price their 32gb models lower than Apple's 16gb models and if they do jump to 64gb it is still much lower than Apple's 64gb models. They did the 16gb o 64gb thing to appear that they are offering you the 64gb at 32gb prices but in reality it's just a psychological sales trick similar to how 5.99 looks like 5 dollars when in reality it is $6, we see the 5 and say whatever, 5 bucks. Apple is the expert at misleading customers and you itards lap it up like Apple is the best company in the world and not robbing you blind.

81. g2a5b0e unregistered

At the end of the day, value is subjective, so I'm not going to tell anyone what to do with their own hard-earned money, but I do tend to agree with you here. Sure the 64GB is a better deal than years past, but I personally don't think that necessarily makes it a good deal. It's like when gas has been hovering around $4 for a year & then it goes down to $3. Everyone gets super excited & screams about how cheap gas is. Guess what, people. $3 for a gallon of gas is STILL expensive & they're still raking in profit hand over fist on that. You just got used to being to raked over the coals at $4/gallon. Brainwashing at its finest. But, like I said, people should buy what they want. I would never let anyone tell me what to spend my hard-earned cash on.

13. The-Sailor-Man

Posts: 1095; Member since: Mar 25, 2014

"Smart move on their part."???? Come on! I would say DIRTY MOVE.

33. AlikMalix unregistered

They made 64GB available at 32GB price? what are you trying to imply?

49. darkkjedii

Posts: 31308; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

No matter what Apple does, he'll criticize it. Why even bother responding to him? He's looking for green thumbs, and to cause arguments. Simply dismiss him, and move along.

45. ackmondual

Posts: 5; Member since: Nov 02, 2014

Agreed. A 32GB model would've cannibalized sales of the 64 GB model. Costco's already done this with many of their products. For example, they don't offer a 500ct container of Aspirin since that would mean less people buying the 1000ct one.

55. tedkord

Posts: 17414; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

Costco is a warehouse store. The sell oversized products on the basis that its cheaper per unit. That's why they have 1000 count aspirin, and not 500 count.

90. ackmondual

Posts: 5; Member since: Nov 02, 2014

Similar concept. If the 1st tier was 32 GB instead of 16 GB, much fewer folks would bother with the 64 GB model.

23. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

I said the same thing. They did it to push you to buy the 64GB. After all if you had 32GB, you wouldn't look at 64GB. But see the fans aren't saying the same because they are stupid and ok with being told what's best for them

66. rphunter

Posts: 21; Member since: Nov 02, 2014

Look who is stupid (a mirror might help). You get 64GB for the SAME PRICE as 32GB used to cost. Now how stupid is THAT?

31. aba71983

Posts: 807; Member since: Jul 24, 2014

Why do you need 32GB if you can have 64GB. Are you a s**tty head or just dumb. Take android phone with 16GB and buy extra 16GB SD that worth $10 and you have 32GB in all.

56. tedkord

Posts: 17414; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

You don't. His point is that a 32gb model would have offered enough storage for many people and have been cheaper ($100 cheaper if you follow Apple's usual MO). So, in essence, what they've done is price the 16gb model at the 32gb price.

67. rphunter

Posts: 21; Member since: Nov 02, 2014

Sigh. SAME PRICE AS 32GB USED TO BE. Or can't you read?

83. tedkord

Posts: 17414; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

Sigh. 32GB WOULD STILL BE CHEAPER. Or can't you comprehend?

93. rphunter

Posts: 21; Member since: Nov 02, 2014

You are comparing Apples and Androids, NOT Apples and Apples. Yes, you can get 32GB cheaper with an Android, and a 16GB SD card, but you can't USE all of that extra storage! I have an Android tablet, and the ONLY thing I can get into that SD card is DATA. I can't use it for apps. BIG difference!

57. tedkord

Posts: 17414; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

Oh, and as to your second point, you can also do what I did - get an Android phone with 32gb and add a 128gb card to have more storage than any non expandable phone.

40. rphunter

Posts: 21; Member since: Nov 02, 2014

For whom? I have a 16GB iPhone 5 that is almost 2 years old, and I still have 5.7GB empty. I don't carry around all the music I own, nor all the books I have in Dropbox, and I don't have 1000 apps. With wi-fi available most places, and free cloud storage for non-critical data, paying more for memory than you need to just doesn't make economic sense. If you just MUST have all your date on your person, remember to use a strong password on your phone, and make sure you have something on your phone that can delete your data remotely, in case it is lost/stolen.

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