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.
Holiday season wouldn’t be complete if T-Mobile didn’t throw in any interesting deals. The most revolutionary of all carriers wants to score some new customers and in order to do that, it crafted a bunch of promotions which kick off today. Whether you are interested in joining the network with two or more lines or simply want to grab a great smartphone at lower price, you will find something interesting for yourself.
With Black Friday actually kicking off this Thursday, we have already discussed all the most eye-catching deals offered by the US major electronic retailers, like Best Buy, Target, Staples, Walmart and even Amazon. Today’s it the highest time to present the offer of eBay. eBay, which is one of those few stores we can always count on for attractive bargains all year round, has just shared with us its special Black Friday deals offer with some great discounts starting today. During this holiday weekend we will be able to get ourselves our loved-ones the Samsung Galaxy S5 with 30% discount and Apple iPad Air 2 with 20% off.
Holiday season is the best time of the year to shop for electronic devices thanks to numerous and generous discounts. There is a little bit of a problem, though – you’re not going to be the only customer looking for great deals. To say that shops will be crowded is a major understatement, so unless you really enjoy squeezing your way through armies of impatient folks, there is a much better way to buy your favorite phone. For example, Cyber Monday Deals at Cricket Wireless include the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S5 for half the price and won’t require hanging out in lines.
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We all surely feel the thrill of excitement over the upcoming Black Friday big sale, but to take advantage of some great technology promotions we don’t have necessarily wait till November 28th. Some of the great deals are already available, like for example Amazons special offer on the well-known Samsung Galaxy S5 for mere $1 on two-year contract with major US carriers like AT&T, Verizon and Sprint. If you feel like wanting to learn something more about getting the Samsung’s current flagship for a dollar, let’s take a close-up at the Amazon’s offer.
Since Black Friday is exactly one week ahead, the shopping season may be considered open. During last two weeks we shared with you hundreds, if not thousands, of bargains announced by the US biggest retailers, including Best Buy, Target, Walmart, Staples and others. There are so many eye catching deals that deciding which one to choose or remembering about all is almost impossible. In order to make the task easier, we prepared some suggestion concerning the Black Friday shopping list that may save you unnecessary wild goose chase. Let’s take a look at the best Black Friday deals on smartphones, tablets and game consoles.
Sprint expands its phone lease program by Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S5 Sport which you can have for just $20 per month
Some time ago Sprint wanting to win back customers added a new device leasing program. Initially targeting at the Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus the program offer is now being expanded by two Android smartphones: the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S5 Sport. Within this special financial offer both devices can be yours for $20 monthly payments over 24 months. Let’s get inside the offer’s details.
All the most anticipated smartphones of this year, such as the iPhone 6 or the Galaxy Note 4 are official and one by one they start to arrive at carriers’ stores. It can mean only one thing – prices of older device will be dropping. Actually, some of them already have – the LG G3, Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note 3 and Apple iPhone 5S just got cheaper thanks to T-Mobile recent sale.
It’s been a long wait but finally, three months after it was announced, the Samsung Galaxy S5 arrived at Virgin Mobile. The phone is now for sale via carrier’s online store for $599.99. Being a prepaid carrier, Virgin Mobile doesn’t require contracts. The most obvious advantage is that you won’t have to sign any lengthy agreements, however, no contract also means no subsidy, so what you are paying for the device is its full retail price.
Boost Mobile confirmed that would be offering the Samsung Galaxy S5 a few days after the phone was announced, so it wasn’t much of a surprise when earlier today the carrier added the device to its high-end smartphones portfolio. Boost Mobile is a pre-paid carrier so it doesn’t require signing up contracts. Consequently, you can’t take advantage of subsidies that normally are a part of long-term agreements. In other words, it means that you will have to pay full retail price for the Galaxy S5 which, in the case of Boost Mobile, is $599.99. For comparison, it’s exactly the same as Verizon’s off-contract price and $50 less than Sprint’s and AT&T’s.
It’s never too early to cut down the price of a newly released phone. Apparently, that’s the conclusion Amazon came to regarding the Samsung Galaxy S5. If you were planning to buy Samsung’s latest flagship phone, now would be a perfect time to do so. The biggest online retailer is currently offering the handset for half of its regular price, meaning that you will pay just $99.99 instead of $199.99. The discount applies to Sprint and Verizon models and is good for new and existing customers.
The HTC One M8 is officially available for purchase through all major US carriers. As expected, T-Mobile has launched the phone earlier today, joining AT&T, Verizon and Sprint. The HTC One M8 is not the only flagship phone that goes on sale today. Its biggest competitor, the Samsung Galaxy S5, also hits retailers and carrier stores today, together with a collection of Samsung’s new Gear wearables – the Gear 2, Gear Neo and Gear Fit.
Verizon has been in a very generous mood recently. As a part of its BOGO promotion, the carrier is offering you two phones for the price of one, and the deal includes such hot devices as the HTC One M8, Samsung ATIV SE and Samsung Galaxy S5. It means that essentially you can grab Sammy’s new babe for half of its regular price, however, you will have to sign your name on two contracts, one for each device. Not interested but still want the phone with a healthy discount (and who wouldn’t)? All you have to do is hit Amazon and you can have the Samsung Galaxy S5 for Verizon for 50% off.
Unlike the HTC One M8 which could be purchase the same day it was announced, Samsung apparently needs more time to get the Galaxy S5 ready for sale. However, starting today you can make sure you will be among the first people to get your hands on the phone, at least if you are willing to become Verizon subscriber. The carrier opened pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S5 and is offering the device with BOGO deal, which means buy one Galaxy S5 and get second Galaxy S5 free.
Users didn’t have a chance to test the Samsung Galaxy S5 in action yet but there is not even a shadow of doubt that it is one of the best releases this year. The Galaxy S5 packs all the goodies you would expect of today’s flagship smartphone. And yet, when it was announced back in February, some folks felt a stab of disappointment. Why? Because earlier rumors suggested that the S5 could arrive with a QHD 2,560 x 1,440 display which didn’t materialize in the end. It seems that not all is lost, though. GFXBench has a listing for Samsung SM-G906S and we have reasons to believe that is might be an upgraded version of the Galaxy S5 featuring expected 5.2-inch QHD display.
T-Mobile is the fourth US carrier, right after AT&T, US Cellular and Sprint, to add the Samsung Galaxy S5 to its portfolio. As T-Mobile promised few days ago, Samsung’s latest flagship phone is available for pre-order starting today. The carrier is offering two payment options. If you don’t want any long-term commitments, you can grab the handset outright for $660. However, if you don’t have that much cash, T-Mobile will sell you the Galaxy S5 for zero down with the cost of the device divided into 24 monthly installments of $27.50 each.
AT&T was the first US carrier to open pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S5, but of course it won’t be the only service provider offering Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone. In fact, other carriers are not far behind. Sprint and US Cellular also have announced that the phone is up for pre-orders now. If you would rather go for contract free service, then T-Mobile has good news for you too. The Magenta network will start accepting pre-orders this Monday, March 24th.
AT&T started the day with a few good news for Samsung fans. Not even a month after the Samsung Galaxy S5 was announced, the carrier started accepting pre-orders on the phone and also revealed pricing for the Samsung Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo smartwatches. If you bundle the Galaxy S5 with one of the Gear devices you can save $50 on purchase of the smartwatch with AT&T discount offer. The promotion starts today and runs through June 5th.
Between extensive leaks and rumors, official announcement and launch date, you are probably aware that there is still a lot to learn about the new Samsung’s flagship smartphone for 2014. Samsung Galaxy S5 is expected to start hitting the stores on April 11th, which is over a month away, so Samsung is seizing now every opportunity to make sure your don’t lose your interest in the handset and even make you more eager to buy the phone. The Korean company just launched a video, which presents Samsung Galaxy S5’s essentials and best features.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 won’t go on sale for the next few weeks but the company seems to think that it’s never too early to start tempting its potential buyers. Incentive comes in the form of free software worth no less than $576. Many of the apps are fitness-related and complement the S Health software. Here is what you will get when you purchase the new Galaxy S5.