Samsung Galaxy phones and iPhone 6 at $1? You got to be kidding me! This is what you must be thinking right now. Believe it, or not, these amazing deals are already live on Best Buy. Read on for more details about the deals – pricing, shipping, terms and more.
A few days back, I told you about Best Buy offering iPhone 6 for just $1. It was listed as “Coming Soon” during that time, but now the deal is live. There is one thing about the deal though. Earlier space gray iPhone 6 16 GB from Sprint as well as Verizon could be seen on the Best Buy website. But as the deal is live, we can see only the Sprint offer at Best Buy.
Samsung Galaxy Phones – Starts at $1
Now, let’s move on to Samsung Galaxy phones. As the offers on these phones are already live, customers can expect to get exactly what is shown in the Best Buy’s online store.
Listed below are the deals on Samsung Galaxy Phones in detail:
- Samsung – Galaxy S6 with 32GB Memory Cell Phone – Black Sapphire (Verizon Wireless): $1
- Samsung – Galaxy S6 with 32GB Memory Cell Phone – Black Sapphire (Sprint): $1
- Samsung – Galaxy S6 with 32GB Memory Cell Phone – Gold (Sprint): $1
- Samsung – Galaxy S6 with 32GB Memory Cell Phone – Gold (Verizon Wireless): $1
All of the above phones come with 2-year contract and free 2-day shipping. You can also buy unactivated Samsung Galaxy S6 phones from Sprint for $630, and the same devices from Verizon Wireless for $680. Color and memory options are also available, but then the prices of these phones will vary. They won’t come for $1. 32GB Samsung Galaxy Note 5 from Sprint and Verizon Wireless are also available. You can check all the deals on Samsung Galaxy phones here.
Editor’s Note: While writing this article, all of the deals mentioned above were live. Please check the prices and terms and conditions before purchasing any of the devices.
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