Best Buy has been known to have some pretty good deals, but this one should have any Android fan pretty excited. Tomorrow only, Best Buy will be offering the famed Galaxy S III for only $49.99 with a new or renewed contract. This offer is good for all four major carriers: Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. You’ll be able to pick up your shiny new Galaxy S III in any Best Buy or Best Buy Mobile store. This is a great deal for any of you looking to own one of the best Android phones around without breaking the bank. You might want to get to Best Buy early tomorrow, with a deal like this they might sell out as quickly as Google’s Nexus 4 did. Anyone planning on picking one of these up tomorrow?
Those that may be holding off on a pretty sweet deal on the Kindle Fire HD may want to pull the trigger today. Today only, Amazon has the 8.9″ tablet as their ‘Deal of the Day.’ That deal will land you $50 off if you enter coupon code ‘FIREHD89′ at checkout to score the deal which will make the price of the 16GB version $250. The deal is limited to one per person and will be available through today, or until stock runs out whichever happens to come first. Anyone been holding off and possibly jumping on this deal?
Thrifty Verizon customers don’t have to wait for Black Friday. Amazon Wireless has a number of pretty solid Android phones on sale for a penny. The DROID RAZR M and, the now year-old DROID RAZR are $0.01 whether you are upgrading or are a new customer. But it looks like the DROID RAZR MAXX is only a penny for new customers. Existing customers can upgrade to the MAXX for $44.99. If you’re in the market for a new handset on Big Red, you might want to spend a minute or two checking out the source link. As usual, I doubt the prices will last long. Happy shopping!
Source: Amazon Wireless
Following up on the story from last week regarding the supposed T-Mobile two-day sale that begins Friday November 16th; it turns out there’s definitely some truth to the sale. Today we’re getting wind of the full device rundown as well as the official pricing of each Samsung device, given you sign on the dotted line for that two-year contract.
First the bad news: These prices are after a mail-in rebate. Now, what we’re looking at is the Galaxy Note II and the 32GB Galaxy S III for $199.99 each with a two-year classic plan after rebate. All other Samsung devices will be free on contract after rebate including but not limited to the 16GB Galaxy S III, Galaxy S II, Relay, and Blaze 4G amongst a slew of others. Additionally, you can pick up the Galaxy Tab 10.1 for $299.99, after rebate of course.
Granted, the contracts aren’t for everyone, especially this day and age. However, there are still a ton of folks out there that rely on these sales every couple of years to score a nice device at a great price.
In what may no doubt be the best deal of the season, our friends over at TmoNews have come across a screenshot of an upcoming T-Mobile Samsung event going down on November 16th and 17th. Based on the screenshot, it looks like most major 4G Samsung devices will be free on a new two-year contract agreement – yes including the Galaxy S III. While the picture doesn’t specifically show the Note II, we’re holding out hope that it’ll be included, although at the same time, we’re not holding our breath.
A Galaxy S III for free is obviously a pretty sweet deal though. The only choice for those with visions of the Galaxy S III dancing in their heads will come down to network and coverage. Remember, there are a few other retailers offering the Galaxy S III for $50 on contract on other carriers. So what will it be – the Galaxy S III on T-Mobile for free, or on AT&T or Sprint for $50? Or will you go a totally different route? Let us know your plans this holiday season.
A couple weeks ago you may recall Best Buy held a special sale on the Samsung Galaxy S III. If you missed that one day event, here is your chance to grab one again, this time on Friday, October 26th. If it is like the last sale, the $100 discount can be used on new line activations or on eligible upgrades. You will be limited to Verizon, AT&T or Sprint for your carrier choice. According to sources, the 16GB model is part of the promotion. If you were looking for a deal on a Galaxy S III, this is a great opportunity.
source: Droid Life
Gamers who enjoy the combat genre may want to head over to the Google Play Store today to grab a copy of Modern Combat 3 for only 99 cents. Gameloft is offering the title at this special rate for today only to celebrate the international launch of Modern Combat 3 on Major League Gaming. Both Modern Combat 3 and N.O.V.A. 3 have been available on Major League Gaming, but only in certain geographic areas. The two Gameloft titles are now available for play from anywhere on Major League Gaming, but only Modern Combat 3 is getting the special sale treatment. Major League Gaming runs tournaments every couple weeks with $250 awarded for first place, $150 for second, and $50 for third place. In addition, thanks to Sony’s support via Xperia Play and the PlayStation Mobile brand, players using an Xperia device can win an extra $50.
Even if you are not interested in the Major League Gaming aspect, this is still a great deal for a popular title. To take advantage of the offer, just use one of the links below.
We are now on day 3 of the Google Play 25-cent app sale to celebrate 25 billion downloads. Hit the break for the complete list of apps that you can grab for a very cheap quarter.
Google is going all out with its End of Summer Sale. Developers have teamed up with the search giant to offer some incredible deals on some of the hottest apps and games inside the Play Store. Top titles like Max Payne and Crystal Defenders, as well as Modern Combat 3 and N.O.V.A. 3 have been slashed down to just 99 cents for the special occasion. There’s also a healthy slew of productivity apps available, so you’re bound to find something that suits you.
To make your life easier, we’ve compiled a list of the apps included in the sale as well as direct links to the Play Store after the break. Yes, you’re welcome.
T-Mobile is offering a sale on their HTC One S for $149.99 paired with a two year agreement. While the sale will be offered through the 21st of this month, I don’t see why T-Mobile doesn’t make it a permanent price drop. Considering AT&T’s higher spec’d HTC One X has already seen a permanent price drop to $99, the One S should be offered for at least that, or perhaps even lower considering it’s dubbed as “mid-tier.”
Either way, the One S still offers top of the line specs (minus the screen size and resolution) and appeals to many. Although keep in mind that T-Mobiles rumored HTC One X+ may be around the corner so you may want to save your upgrade until then.