Enter your phone number on Staples’ offer page and you’ll get a text message with a coupon link for $10 off your purchase of $30 or more. Staples may try to force you to carry out the sale on your device, but you can simply copy the digits from the mobile coupon and paste it in your desktop web browser to complete your sale on your computer.
As one user pointed out, you can use the deal on the Chromecast, which is normally $35— it will go down to $25 + free shipping, about $5 less than what Amazon is offering it for today in their Black Friday deal. (You won’t get the free $6 of Google Play credit of course, but if you don’t care about that/won’t use it, then this is a decent deal.)
Source: Slick Deals (1) / Slick Deals (2)
As this week of Thanksgiving in the U.S. quickly transforms into a week of unbridled commercialism, the latest deal we have learned about comes to us from Motorola. They have posted on their Google+ page a teaser about an upcoming deal for Cyber Monday. For any Moto X bought off contract, including Moto Maker and Dev Edition, Motorola will be offering a $150 discount. That will bring the price down to $349. Motorola advises potential buyers to stay tuned for details. We will definitely keep our eyes open for more information as this will probably be a high demand deal and Motorola says supplies are limited.
source: +Motorola Mobility
Forget about Amazon’s Nexus 7 deal for today because Staples is offering a $50 coupon on tablets that are priced at $149.99 and above. And yes, the Nexus 7 is included. You can use the coupon in stores and online. If you decide on picking up a Nexus 7 with 16GB, you’ll only have to pay $179.99. A good deal if you ask me, but it works for today only. Hit the source link to grab the coupon.
Google is getting in the holiday selling spirit and another deal is out there for consumers. Following on the heels of their offer of a Google Play credit for buyers of the Nexus 7, Google is also offering a free movie from Google Play to buyers of a Google Chromecast device. If for some reason you are not interested in an HD movie rental, Google will let you trade in the offer for a $6 Google Play credit.
Buyers considering a Google Nexus 7 may want to grab one from the Google Play store thanks to a new offer Google is offering. For a limited time, Google is offering a $25 Google Play credit with the purchase of a Nexus. The credit will be emailed to buyers once their device ships.
If you are interested in taking advantage of this deal, just hit the source link.
source: Google Play Store
Just in time for the holiday season, Amazon is offering Google’s Nexus 7 tablet for $30 less than its usual price. The 16GB model costs $199 while the 32GB is $239, an excellent price for an excellent tablet. Usually you’d be paying $229 and $269, respectively. And if you have Amazon Prime, you can pick one up with free two-day shipping. We’re not quite sure there will be a Nexus 7 deal better than this. If you’re interested, hit the source link to order now.
Starting today, you can trade in your current AT&T smartphone for a new one with 50% off along with a new two-year contract. AT&T highlights that devices like the Samsung Galaxy S 4 and HTC One can be had for around $99.99. It all depends on the device you are trading in. You’ll need an AT&T smartphone “that is no more than three years old and in good, working condition.” Then you are guaranteed to get at least $100 for your old device. A Promotion Card will then be given to you that can be used on smartphones, tablets, accessories, or your AT&T bill.
If you plan on grabbing a new phone from AT&T anytime soon (during the holiday season), then be aware that there is a pretty good deal you can score. With the purchase a of Samsung Galaxy S 4, Galaxy S 4 Active, Galaxy Note 3, or Galaxy Note II, you can pick up a Galaxy Tab 3 for free. All you have to do is buy one of the aforementioned phones via a two year contract or by using the Next upgrade program. And of course you will have to add the tablet to your plan for $10 per month. AT&T’s Eric Gofield says that “consumers who are trying to decide between a smartphone or a tablet don’t have to compromise.” Certainly a good deal if you intend on buying one of those devices. Hit the break for the full press release from AT&T.
If you are interested in grabbing a new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition tablet and can live with a couple restrictions on your choice of options, Amazon may be able to sweeten the deal for you a little bit. The online retailer is currently offering a $50 gift card if you place an order for the $549 tablet if you opt for a white, 16GB model. The gift card will be sent out via mail the same time the tablet ships. Amazon currently shows that particular version of the Galaxy Note 10.1 in stock and ready to ship. The gift cards are only available while supplies last. The $50 could be useful in procuring a case for this latest version of a Samsung stylus tablet. Hit the source link to place an order if you are interested.
Google’s getting ready for their new phone, which is supposed to still be months away. The price of the Nexus 4 was cut $100 in the Play Store, to $200 for the Nexus 4 8GB device, and $250 for the 16GB version. That’s contract-free for both. This is an amazing deal for a stock phone that’s sure to keep receiving prompt updates.
Remember, the Nexus 4 only works in AT&T and T-Mobile networks, and doesn’t have LTE functionality. If that’s fine with you, and you’re ready for a new phone, click the link below to take advantage of the great deal.
Source: Play Store (8GB), Play Store (16 GB)