Sprint has Black Friday deals on the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S5 Sport

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Sprint has Black Friday deals on the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S5 Sport
A week from today is Black Friday, the kick off to the holiday shopping season that runs through Christmas Eve. Most retailers do a majority of their business during this period and Sprint has already announced what deals it will be offering next week. For example,, the carrier will take $200 off the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport.

Those who want to lease the phone can save $200. At the signing of the lease, Sprint subscribers will pay $0 down for either phone, and pay $20 a month over 24 months. After a Black Friday service credit of $8.34 a month, either phone will be leased for $11.66 monthly.

Qualified customers using Sprint Easy Pay can also save $200 on the same models when they buy the Samsung Galaxy S5 or Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport. Pay $0 down and make 24 monthly installments of $18.75. The Galaxy S5 Sport is a Sprint exclusive, and features rubber grips and physical front buttons.

The Black Friday deals begin Thanksgiving Day via Sprint's online store, spreading to its brick and mortar stores the next day. Besides the two Galaxy S5 models, Sprint is also offering up to $300 savings on the Harman Kardon Onyx Studio.



source: Sprint

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9.3
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