Target reduces the price of the iPhone 4S and many more smartphones for this week only

Target reduces the price of the iPhone 4S and many more smartphones for this week only
Although it’s not a huge reduction in price, it’s nonetheless going to attract some attention seeing that we rarely see any sales going on with the Apple iPhone 4S. If you happen to be in the market to pick up the most advanced iPhone yet, you’ll be happy to know that big box retailer Target has the 16GB iPhone 4S selling for $174.99 with a 2-year contract – that’s $25 off the normal sticker price!

On top of that, Target is also reducing the price on many of its Android smartphones, which covers all of the four major domestic carriers. Naturally, some are priced more aggressively than others, but just bear in mind that these killer savings are valid until the end of the week. Specifically, the sale ends on December 17th, so you’d better make a decision very quickly on which one to pick up.

Currently, the listing includes the following devices:

  • AT&T LG Thrill 4G, normally $79.99 for FREE
  • AT&T Motorola Atrix 2, normally $79.99 for $49.99
  • AT&T Samsung Infuse 4G, normally $99.99 for $49.99
  • Sprint LG Marquee, normally $99.99 for FREE
  • T-Mobile HTC Sensation, normally $99.99 for $49.99
  • T-Mobile HTC Wildfire S, normally $29.99 for FREE
  • T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy SII, normally $199.99 for $129.99
  • T-Mobile Samsung Sidekick 4G, normally $29.99 for FREE
  • Verizon HTC Rhyme MAP’d, normally $99.99 for $19.99
  • Verizon Illusion, normally $49.99 for $19.99
  • Verizon Samsung U370, normally $29.99 for FREE
  • Verizon Stratosphere, normally $99.99 for $49.99
  • And Great Deals on Sprint HTC EVO Design 4G, Sprint HTC EVO Shift 4G, Sprint MOT Photon, Spring Samsung Conquer, and Sprint Samsung Conquer

Obviously, in order to partake in this lovely promotion, just head on to your local Target store to check any of them out – though, you’ll need to sign your life away for 2-years to get the instant savings.

source: Target

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