Best Buy offering the LG G3 for just $100 on-contract via Sprint, AT&T or Verizon

July 11, 2014

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The big day has finally arrived, the LG G3 is now available in the United States through AT&T and Sprint, with Verizon offering the handset on July 12th and T-Mobile officially set to start selling on July 16th.

For those looking to pick up the phone through AT&T, Sprint or Verizon, you might want to think twice before grabbing the device directly through your carrier. Instead, you might want to turn your attention to Best Buy, which is currently offering the handset for $100 on contract — $100 less than the usual price. The handset will ship right away for AT&T and Sprint, though Verizon users can pre-order it now.

In an effort to further sweeten the deal, Best Buy is also giving you the opportunity to sign up an reserve your phone before July 12 (tomorrow) by entering you email, and in doing so you’ll be rewarded with a $50 gift card. This reservation applies to all three above-mentioned carriers. That means you basically end up with the LG G3 for just $50 on contract, not bad at all.

Comments

  • Xavier_NYC

    Just went to AT&T to check it out.. It’s feels really comfortable in the hand.. Not much bigger than my G2. Although unlikely, a GPE edition of this would be nice unless there making the next nexus..

  • http://droidcent.com/ Marsel

    Bad-ass deal, if only I didn’t use my upgrade 6 months ago for a 49.99 dollar G2 =(

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  • R

    The deal excludes the G3. It says that right on the page

    • Zachary Vincent Manning

      False, for Verizon it’s even in the picture for the deal and I just bought mine for 130$, remember the 30$ activation feature they charge you. Yeah, I totally forgot about it myself and was like WELP

      • TMOTECH

        Verizon charges its existing customers an activation fee? Does it feel good to take it like that?

        • Zachary Vincent Manning

          Feels a lot better than being on a shitty p provider like t mobile that wants you to pay your early termination fees then reimburse you 8 weeks later. I ain’t poor and I don’t care so really, I’m not taking anything

        • Zachary Vincent Manning

          I don’t take nothin, i am on Tmo with my new Oneplus that i got after 2 days. How does it feel to take THAT, nuff said

  • j

    Right now the G3 is $100 at Verizon also. There’s currently a special where ALL smartphones are half-priced (no extra $50 gift card though).

  • Jive71

    Yep, the $50 Best Buy gift card excludes the G3. Still, $100 for a phone that just came available is an awesome deal!

  • TMOTECH

    Wow, Cant believe you people fall for this bull. It is on contract which means you are paying more in the long run. Don’t be a fool…

    • Cole Raney

      No, I am not. My phone bill with AT&T will be the same regardless. T-mobile is not an option. They don’t claim to cover my area.

  • Eddy

    Its size won’t be for everyone, and we do wish LG would take a closer look at the audio side of things, but there’s no denying that its high-res capabilities, mixed in with a stunning video performance, great design and superb user experience make it a very tempting choice.