Cricket takes 50% off Samsung Galaxy S phones through December 3rd

Cricket takes 50% off Samsung Galaxy S phones through December 3rd
Pre-paid carrier Cricket Wireless announced today that it is offering new and existing customers the opportunity to save big on the Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S5 and the Samsung Galaxy S6. Starting today, and running through December 3rd, those three Samsung Galaxy S handsets will be priced at 50% off with activation of a smartphone plan.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 is now $249.99 at Cricket, cut in half from the usual $499.99. The Samsung Galaxy S5 is reduced to $199.99 from $399.99, and the Samsung Galaxy S4 is $99.99. That is reduced from the usual price of $199.99. Cricket says that the deal can be combined with its Black Friday offer of a $100 Cricket Shopping Card, to anyone who switches to the pre-paid carrier by December 6th.

Cricket has other deals than run through January 7th. Normally $99.99, the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime is $29.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and a $20 instant discount. The LG G Stylo, normally $149.99, is $49.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and a $50 instant discount. Other handsets that are free after rebates include the ZTE Overture 2, LG Risio, Motorola Moto E, and the Nokia Lumia 635.

Cricket's plans start as low as $35 a month, including a $5 a month credit for Auto Pay.

source: Cricket



3. cncrim

Posts: 1590; Member since: Aug 15, 2011

ASA PA give us late news it all out stock, as usual

2. DnB925Art

Posts: 1168; Member since: May 23, 2013

$250 is a good deal for an S6. Unfortunately you would have to keep it on Cricket for 6 months before they will SIM unlock the phone. However you can always buy your unlock through eBay if you don't want to wait. The only thing though is that Cricket is really bad at OS updates.

1. Hexa-core

Posts: 2131; Member since: Aug 11, 2015

Great deals, but poor cusomer services!

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