We are days away from the time of year when shoppers go mad looking for the best deals. Carriers in the United States make a massive amount of money at this time through luring in new customers and upgrading existing ones with new devices. T-Mobile already started some of its deals a few days ago. AT&T is riding on accessories to generate sales. And Sprint is choosing to give attention to select items. As for Verizon, we were unsure about it would offer until now. Today, Big Red unveiled its deals. There are a few devices discounted here and there, but Verizon is focusing on accessories. A total of seventeen accessories are discounted while there are just a few phones and tablets receiving the same treatment.
Looking to upgrade your tablet? Now would be an excellent time to do so. The Nexus 9 can be yours for $100 less when trading in any tablet that works. This deal is exclusively being held by Best Buy. The trade-in program rewards customers with a $50 Best Buy gift card and a $50 discount for the Nexus 9. And it literally covers any working tablet. The exclusions are tablets from Barnes & Noble and e-readers. Of course, the condition has to be in fairly good condition. Best Buy will not accept tablets with cracked screens or water damage.
This offer runs through Saturday, November 29.
Source: Best Buy
On the fence about purchasing a Nexus Player? Now there is a little incentive that may push you to seal the deal. Customers purchasing a Nexus Player through Google Play will include a $20 credit to the store. An email with the promotional code will be sent as a followup for ordering the Android TV device.
The deal runs through December 31, and the Google Play credit must be redeemed by January 31 of next year.
On Black Friday, prices everywhere are slashed and companies are doing their best to be competitive. Carriers in the United States are launching deals to bring in new customers and capture existing ones. Sprint announced what is to come on Black Friday, but the actual promotion starts on Thanksgiving Day.
Here is a list of what Sprint will be doing for Black Friday:
- Samsung Galaxy S 5 or Galaxy S 5 Sport for 11.66 per month for twenty-four months with Sprint Lease. This saves customers more than $200 as the $20 monthly fee has been reduced by an $8.34 Black Friday service credit.
- Samsung Galaxy S 5 or Galaxy S 5 Sport for $18 per month for twenty-four months with Sprint Easy Pay. Customers put $0 down and just pay the monthly fee.
- Sprint Family Share Pack with up to ten lines and 20GB of shared data for $100 per month through 2015. There is also the Sprint Unlimited Plan that has not caps for $60.
- Buy any JBL or Harman Kardon product to get the Harman Kardon Onyx Studio for $99. Or buy three accessories and get the Harman Kardon Onyx Studio at the $99 price.
- $140 off JBL Synchros Slate Headphones
- $100 off Harman Kardon SOHO II NC ear buds
Hit the break for the full press release.
Business have been unveiling their holiday plans for weeks now. To dissipate an influx of consumers on individual days, deals are live for specified times or span across days. The latest to tell everyone what they have to offer is AT&T. The carrier will allow eligible purchases online and in retail stores.
Hit the break to see what’s going on at AT&T.
The Pebble smartwatches are still among the best available. Through Best Buy, you can pick up the base model or Pebble Steel at a discount. The base model is available in your choice of black, white, or red with a $99 price tag. This is down from $50. The Pebble Steel, available in black or silver with leather bands, has also been knocked down to $199. If the leather bands are not quite your taste, Best Buy has the metal bands for $19.
Let us know in the comments if you purchase a Pebble smartwatch with this deal.
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab Pro may be slightly outdated next to the Galaxy Tab S line, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t still solid tablets. Best Buy has marked down the 8.4-inch variant of the Tab Pro by $80 today, so you can snag one in white or black for just $249. That puts the device at the same price range that Samsung asks for the significantly weaker Galaxy Tab 4 line, so if you were planning on picking up a Samsung tablet soon, this deal might be worth looking at.
The Tab Pro packs a 2k display, a Snapdragon 800 CPU clocked at 2.3 GHz, and 16 GB of internal storage plus a slot for a microSD card. Hit the link below to check out the deal.
source: Best Buy
LG’s G Watch might be slightly outdated thanks to the G Watch R, but it’s still a fantastic Android Wear device. Today, Best Buy is shaving a full $50 off the list price of the smartwatch, so you can pick one up for only $179, which definitely isn’t a bad price for how new it is. The only catch is that you’ll have to get it shipped to your house, as store pickup isn’t available right now.
Were you interested in getting a Samsung Galaxy S5 at launch but were deterred by its pricetag?
Well now might be a good time to pounce.
The Samsung flagship is currently on sale for only $79.99 (with a new two-year contract) at Radio Shack.
If you need a refresher on what the device has to offer, check out our review here.
Source: Radio Shack
Verizon continues to work on enticing new customers or getting users to upgrade existing devices, this time by offering some additional data. Customers who activate a new smartphone or upgrade to a new smartphone and opt for a MORE Everything plan will be provided an extra gigabyte of data for the first two years. Users do have to select a MORE Everything plan with at least one gigabyte of data. Currently, a 2 GB account costs $50 per month, so using this offer a consumer could get the same 2 GB for the cost of the $40 per month fee for 1 GB. Users would have to factor in the line access charge though which currently runs at $40 for a smartphone.
This move is in addition to Verizon’s new single line package that was announced over the weekend. Under the terms of that offer, users signing up for a single line plan could get a 2 GB data allowance to go with unlimited talk and text for only $60 per month.
If you are interested in taking advantage of this offer on a MORE Everything plan from Verizon, hit the source link.
source: Verizon Wireless