Coupon allows you to take $75 off selected smartphones and tablets through Saturday from AT&T

Coupon allows you to take $75 off selected smartphones and tablets through Saturday from AT&T
If you're an AT&T customer looking to update to a new device, AT&T has a deal for you that will run through Saturday. A coupon available from TechBargains will allow you to take $75 off the price of eligible smartphones or tablets from the nation's second largest carrier. In addition, the coupon offers free next business day shipping which means that your device will be here lickety split.

Don't expect to use the coupon to buy an Apple iPhone 5s or an Apple iPad Air. Apple prices are excluded from the deal as are accessories made by Beats by Dr. Dre. What you can buy is an LG G2 or a Motorola Moto X for $24.99. If you're the type that loves outdoor activities, you might be interested in the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active, which offers protection from the outdoors including the ability to submerge the device in up to 3 feet of water for as long as 30 minutes. That device is offered for $124.99 after the discount. Keep in mind that all of these prices include a signed two-year contract.

For more information on obtaining the coupon, click on the sourcelink.

source: TechBargains via PCMag



4. MobileMac unregistered

It cut off the last two characters of the code so it never took it. Wasted hours on the phone trying to resolve this. However, thanks to VLaRueC, I went to Costco and got the hook up. Thank you!!!

2. 2connected

Posts: 5; Member since: Dec 10, 2013

Moto G or Nexus 5 w/ 35orless You'll save a ton

1. VLaRueC

Posts: 189; Member since: Dec 18, 2012

Costco sells the G2 for $29.99 with free accessories. D4 active for $80...

3. ZayZay

Posts: 571; Member since: Feb 26, 2011

D4 active must me a new phone.

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