Best Buy offering $100 off on AT&T, Sprint and Verizon handsets with new contract

October 25, 2013
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If for whatever reason you’ve been thinking about switching carriers and picking up a new phone, you might want to check out Best Buy. Right now the electronics retailer is offering an instant $100 rebate on nearly every smartphone it has to offer, provided your willing to sign a new contract or open a new phone line. Unfortunately, the deal doesn’t extend to existing customers looking to renew a contract or for folks looking to buy outright.

The special offer applies to devices from Verizon, Sprint or AT&T and sees the Note 3 offered for just $199.99, the Samsung Galaxy S4 down to as little as $99, and the several handsets such as the HTC One and Galaxy S3 are now marked down to free. If you’re looking for even more value from an ultra-high end device, the LG G2 is just $99.99 thanks to the instant rebate AND even includes a $50 Best Buy gift card.

So how long does this $100 rebate promotion last? While some of the phones don’t say for sure, others are marked for ending within the next few days. In other words, if this promo sounds appealing to you we recommend moving quickly to be on the safe side.

Although all the special pricing is available online, the deal may or may not extend to all physical store locations. When in doubt, you can always call your local Best Buy and ask.

For a complete list of all the devices covered in this promotion, you’ll want to head on over to Best Buy’s website.

Comments

  • RanRu

    Huh. They have the Moto X marked down on AT&T, but not Sprint or Verizon.

  • Rick

    Why the hell does is still cost $200 to upgrade to the HTC One on Verizon but $99 for all the other carriers!

    • Gator352

      Cause VZW is more greedy than the other carriers.

  • Patrick

    Amazon.com is doing this too :)

  • You are a Phony

    This is a total lie. You have to be a new customer, you cannot just sign a new two year contract and get the $100 off. Sad to see Androidauthority is parroting the same lie that was on Androidpolice.