Since there’s only one week left to Christmas, every day we’re showered with completely new promotions on electronic gadgets. Recently, Walmart announced a great deal on the Samsung’s this year flagship smartphone, selling the Galaxy S5 for just $79. The only catch is that in order to take advantage of this offer, you will need to sign a two-year contract with one of the carriers: AT&T, Verizon or Sprint. So, if you’re planed to get yourself the Galaxy S5, this could be the best moment to buy one.
If you are still one of those who want to get themselves an iPhone 6 or perhaps give it as a Christmas gift, you will get an exceptional chance to buy it for less than ever. Walmart has just announced several great deals on the latest Apple’s smartphones, making the devices even cheaper than when purchased directly from any carrier or the manufacturer itself. If you want to learn how to save few extra bucks while getting yourself the newest iPhone, let’s take a closer look at the Walmart’s offer.
Black Friday isn’t just an occasion to find some mouth-watering deals on new gadgets, but just as well an ultimate chance to trade in your old devices gaining extra discounts. And this year two US major retailers, Walmart and Best Buy are magnetizing their customers with awesome deals to trade their old smartphones which surely be find very hard to resist by all smartphones maniacs. So, all of you wanting to change your old phone for a brand new one, let’s check what the stores prepared to us.
Walmart Black Friday Sale: prices slashed on iPads, iPhones and Android devices plus free gift cards
Since Target and Best Buy Black Friday deals practically have no secrets from us, it’s high time to check Walmart special offer. Like other large retailers, Walmart has just announced their Black Friday sale details and instead of limiting their bargain madness to a single day, the retailer will organize a five-day long sale starting at Thanksgiving and closing down on 1st December. Let’s take a closer look at the offer.
Today is definitely the red-letter day for all iPhone enthusiasts since the latest iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus hit the stores, major retailers like Apple Store, Verizon Wireless, AT&T and Best Buy opened today their doors to sell a limited supply of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. But if for some reason you still don’t pre-ordered or buy in traditional way your iPhone 6, it is a good idea to take a close-up at where to purchase the handset paying less. Let’s compare offers on the Apple’s latest gadgets.
Walmart drops the prices of the Apple iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S, which may suggest the upcoming launch of the iPhone 6. Getting rid of the existing inventory of the smartphone makes it is pretty obvious that Apple wants to make space on the retailers’ shelves for the next long-rumored member of the iPhone family. The iPhone 5C is sold for less than one dollar on two years contract with one of three major US carriers: Verizon, AT&T and Sprint.
It’s very unlikely that the fact of carrying a smartphone in the pocket would stop people from going about their business, but it goes without saying that in certain cases consequences for the phone may be sorry. Smartphones are of a delicate nature and usually don’t do well when exposed to extreme conditions for example being dropped on a hard surface or taking a plunge in the pool. Of course, there are a few exceptions and the new Kyocera Hydro Life for T-Mobile is one of them. The phone is now on sale from Walmart at price $124.99 without a contract.
As most Apple products, the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C weren’t cheap at launch which obviously didn’t stop the most ardent fans from buying brand new units as soon as it was possible. If for some reason you weren’t determined enough to grab your new iPhone right away and were rather waiting for the pricing to get more reasonable, now would be a great time to make the move. Why now? Because Walmart is drastically cutting its iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S prices.
Hisense has made its name in Asia and Europe, however, the company isn’t the most popular brand in the US when it comes to tablets, or any other devices for that matter. It doesn’t mean that Hisense products aren’t worth considering. On the contrary, the Chinese manufacturer has a history of releasing devices that combine decent hardware with reasonable prices which is a mix we always love to see. That said, and 8-inch Hisense Sero 8 Android tablet has just arrived in the US and it’s priced at just $129. At the moment, the tablet is offered exclusively by Walmart.
Walmart lowered prices on iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C and Galaxy S4 ahead of upcoming iPhone 6 and Galaxy S5
If you are planning to swing by Walmart soon, check out their latest smartphone deal especially if you are in the market for a new phone from Apple or Samsung. The retailer announced a discount on the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C as well as the Galaxy S4, now offering each of the devices at a price lower than in carriers’ stores. That is nice incentive to grab one of the current flagship models before successors in the form of the iPhone 6 and Galaxy S5 arrive.
The iPad 2 may not be Apple’s latest tablet, but it still is a pretty decent offering. Unless you are not determined to own the most recent device, the iPad 2 may be an interesting choice, especially now when you can grab it for $100 off at Walmart. With the discount, the slate will set you back $299 instead of the regular $399. This is not a permanent price cut, though. If you planning to buy the iPad 2 at cheaper price, you have 30 days to make up your mind. On the beginning of March, the price will go up to its regular level.
Walmart is getting in holiday spirit and at the same time preparing for an annual battle for customers. This time round the retailer’s chances of scoring a few more customers are quite high thanks to its new promotion on the hottest mobile devices on market. Starting tomorrow the company is significantly cutting prices of Apple products including the iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C and the iPad Mini giving customers the opportunity to treat yourself or your loved ones to a brand new iPhone or iPad at great price.
Black Friday sales are a win-win situation for you as well as the store. You get a brand new product at an attractive price, and many stores are able to recoup losses from the entire year. The retailer that scores the most customers is the one that delivers the best deals. And this year Walmart will have some interesting offers. We know that because of a leaked ad that showed up on the web along with ads from Best Buy and Target. Black Friday sales at Walmart will actually begin a day earlier, meaning that some devices will be up for grabs on the day of Thanksgiving.
Three days after a special event during which the iPhone 5C was announced, pre-order pages go live at Apple’s store as well as at AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint and T-Mobile. The handset will start shipping on September 20th but you can secure your unit today to make sure you will be among the first customers to get their hands on the device. Pricing is similar on all carriers, with some subtle differences only if you go for installment plan.
Ladies and gentlemen, history is happening before your very eyes. Walmart has dropped the price of the iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S to an unprecedented level. The first one can be yours for as little as $129. Previous price tag was showing $189, which means that now the phone is now available $60 cheaper, which is almost 32% off. Impressed? Check this out. The 16GB version of the iPhone 4S, can be yours for just $39. This is a $50 discount from the previous price of $89, which is 56% off if you prefer percentages.
If you have been waiting for the Xbox One and following the news about the console, then you probably know that it is due to hit the stores some time in November. That date is still months away and for some folks it will certainly be a long wait. To make this time a little more pleasurable we have some good news for you. The device is already available for pre-order at multiple stores in the US at price $499.
Previous rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S III heading to Walmart stores are now confirmed. Indeed, the handset arrived at select Walmart locations, however it is not available for purchase yet. Customers will be able to grab the phone starting next week, starting May 20, for a very reasonable price of $439.99 without contract. The first image of the retail package reveals that the Galaxy S III will be compatible with Straight Talk $45 Unlimited Plan and $60 International Unlimited Plan. The phone is already available for purchase through the Straight Talk online store.
A couple of days ago we mentioned that Huawei’s first Windows Phone 8 handset, the Ascend W1, that would soon be available from Walmart. Indeed, it was soon. The device showed up in a store in Alabama sporting a price tag of $229.88. For the time being, the Huawei W1 is still not available on the retailer’s website, so you might want to check the inventory before you grab your wallet and march down to your local Walmart store. The phone is paired with a $45 per month Smart Plan on Straight Talk prepaid service which includes unlimited talk, text and data with no contract obligations.
T-Mobile announced that will start offering the Nokia Lumia 521 on May 22. The phone will go with the carrier’s new Simple Choice Plan and you will be able to buy it for just $29.99 down. The remaining value will be paid off with 24 monthly installments of $5, with total cost amounting to $150. If you do not want to wait that long, you can visit Microsoft Retail outlets or Walmart, where you will be able to purchase the Lumia 521 for $149.99 or $129.88 respectively, starting today. Since April 27, the handset is available on the Home Shopping Network where it is priced at $149.95 and bundled with a free screen protector and car charger.
Usually Amazon is not your first choice when it comes to buying smartphones, as most people prefer to shop directly at the carrier’s store. However, there is one characteristic that makes the online retailer a very appealing place to look for new phones. Amazon is famous for its eagerness to cut prices on freshly launched devices, and this is the case with the 32GB HTC One for AT&T.