Sprint offering Black Friday deals over Thanksgiving weekend

Sprint offering Black Friday deals over Thanksgiving weekend
Sprint has thrown its hat into the ring of those offering Black Friday deals. Sprint's special Black Friday pricing will start on November 25th and end on November 27th and includes some popular phones like the Google Nexus S which is being made available for free with a signed contract for two-years. And if you buy and activate this model during the sales period, Sprint will immediately take advantage of the fact that it is the only Android smartphone in the U.S. that currently supports Google Wallet by adding $25 to the app. The phone is normally $99.99 on contract.

Another popular model on sale during the Black Friday weekend includes the HTC EVO 3D, cut to a subsidized price of $99.99 from the non-sale price of $199.99. The Samsung Conquer 4G, normally $99.99 subsidized, will get a $50 hair cut to $49.99 during the sale and the Samsung Replenish, which is already free without the sale, is free during the three day event as long as you sign the 2-year contract.

Interested in a tablet? The BlackBerry PlayBook, normally $499.99, is just $199.99 from November 25th through the 27th, while the HTC EVO View 4G will be $249.99, $150 off the regular price of $399.99. Both tablets require you to sign a 2-year contract in order to receive the sale price. The HTC Scribe Pen, which goes great with the latter tablet, will cost you just $49.99 during the sale.

Whether you are shopping for yourself, a significant other, a relative or a friend, Sprint has some nicely spec'd devices on sale during the Black Friday shopping season.

source: SprintFeed via AndroidGuys

Sprint is offering some good devices for cheap prices during its BlackFriday weekend sale
Sprint is offering some good devices for cheap prices during its BlackFriday weekend sale

Sprint is offering some good devices for cheap prices during its BlackFriday weekend sale


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4 Comments

1. threeline

Posts: 305; Member since: Sep 11, 2011

Yawn. Galaxy Nexus or keep quiet like you've been doing Sprint! We dont want to here anything but a superphone annoucement. Thanks

2. GeekMovement unregistered

The blackberry playbook doesn't sound too bad, I'd get it.

3. simplyj

Posts: 406; Member since: Dec 23, 2009

The BlackBerry Playbook is $199 for RadioShack employees. Everyone else is already marking it down to 199 anyway.

4. GeekMovement unregistered

Nevertheless it is still a nice product.

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