This month, backers of the very successful Pebble Time campaign on Kickstarter will receive their smartwatches. Once backers receive their units, the Pebble Time will likely replace the older models on the company site. That could by why both the Pebble and Pebble Steel smartwatches are discounted right now directly from the company. The original Pebble is available for just $89 and a selection of six straps cost $15 each. The Pebble Steel’s discount is even steeper at $149 and buyers can include a metal strap for an additional $20.
The same discount also applies to models sold through Amazon with eligibility for the retailer’s free two-day shipping for Prime subscribers.
What smartwatch, if any, do you have your eyes set on? Let us know in the comments.
[Pebble] [Pebble Steel]
If you’re looking to pick up a One M8, HTC’s flagship for 2014, for $199.99 on a new two-year contract, you might want to consider purchasing your new device from Best Buy. The company is offering an excellent deal on the device on its Deal of the Day page.
T-Mobile is offering an exciting deal for customers of its smartphones or tablets. Users who get a smartphone and a tablet from the carrier will receive a $100 credit. Users will receive credit in the form of a prepaid card powered by MasterCard.
Music-streaming giant Spotify has just kicked off a promotion in which a three-month subscription to its Premium service for just $0.99 is up for grabs; therefore, giving customers a saving of an astonishing $28.95. This offer is, however, only available for consumers in the United States.
This deal on the 2014 Moto X is going to be tough to pass up if you’re in the market for a new phone. Motorola is offering the 32 GB Moto X for just $350, with the 64 GB model running an extra $25. Less than $400 nets you an extremely capable device that’s barely under a year old and can still compete with the likes of Samsung’s Galaxy S 5 and HTC’s One M8. Read more
Now through May 16, Best Buy will be running a promotion to lower the price of the new Samsung Galaxy Tab A. Simply trade in any working tablet and the electronics retailer will hand over a $50 coupon for the device and a $50 gift card.
This deal means that you can purchase the Galaxy Tab A for $100 less than normal. Pricing without any discount starts at $229 for the 8-inch model and reaches $299 for the 9.7-inch model.
[Samsung Galaxy Tab A – Best Buy]
Verizon has announced that they are launching a special bonus for prepaid customers to entice them to enroll in auto pay. Verizon is providing an additional 1GB of data to customers who sign up for auto pay. The additional block of data will be available after the first successful auto pay is made and according to Verizon will continue on a monthly basis as long as the customer stays enrolled. Verizon has extended the offer to their current customers who are already enrolled in auto pay.
Verizon offers a couple prepaid plans. For $45 per month users can get 1 GB of data, so this new offer will double the amount of data they have available. Users could also get a 2.5 GB per month plan for $60 and with this latest bonus, they would have access to 3.5 GB of data per month.
If you are a Verizon prepaid customer or may be thinking about signing up, hit the source link for more information on this latest deal and how to get a prepaid plan.
Today, the price of the Nexus Player on Amazon’s site has fluctuated between $69 and $75. The constant, though, is the inclusion of a $20 Google Play credit. So the online retailer has discounted the Android TV device while also including a digital credit, meaning that you are sort of paying only $55 or so for the Nexus Player.
Has this deal caused you to take a look at the Nexus Player? Or is the Razer Forge TV or NVIDIA SHIELD TV more appealing? Let us know in the comments.
[Nexus Player – Amazon]
How about appreciating mom or yourself with something special on Mother’s Day? Over at Motorola, two flagship devices are discounted through May 12.
- Moto 360 for $179 after a $70 discount (Moto Maker available)
- Moto X (2014) for $399 after $300 discount when bundling with Sol Republic Tracks Air headphones
Sprint has announced that it’s now offering 50% off its 100MB and 1GB data plans for tablets, cutting the cost down to $5 or $7.50 per month, respectively, on a 6-month tariff.