Have you been holding off on getting a Samsung Galaxy S3? Maybe it was still a bit pricier than you’d like, or perhaps you were curious about the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini. If the idea of owning a Galaxy S3 tempts you, Sunday could be the perfect day to finally make the move to the flagship Samsung device. What’s so special about this Sunday, Oct. 14th? One day only, Best Buy will knock down the pricing of the Galaxy S3 by $100.
From the sounds of it, this is a nationwide Best Buy promotion and should be applicable regardless of your carrier or what version of the Galaxy S3 you are after. This is an absolute steal. The sale could certainly be enough to convince potential buyers that were on the fence about what to get for their next Android smartphone.
As a brief reminder, the U.S. version of the Samsung Galaxy S3 is powered by a Snapdragon S4 dual-core 1.5GHz processor and 2GB of RAM. Other specs worth noting include NFC, Bluetooth 4.0 DLNA, an 8MP rear cam, a 1.9MP front cam, microSD expansion, 16/32GB storage, and a 2100mAh battery.
How about it? Anyone planning on taking advantage of this one-day-only promotion?
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“Jelly Bean out of the box” Nope…
Ya I caught that too. Lol sure doesn’t
Tempting, but I really want Titanium Grey!
What can i do if i want to buy samsung galaxy s3?
This Friday Saturday and Sunday best buy is offering the s3 on rogers for $0 on a three year contract
Best buy already increase the price to $229 so $100 off nothing cheaper than Walmart
I tried to purchase the phone on BB’s website but for some reason they want to charge me 52 dollars in taxes on a 99 dollar phone? WTH!? I’m just going to wait until the store opens so I can see what the deal is with this ridiculous tax hike! Seems to me like BB is playing games and using smoke and mirrors just to get people to buy something that really isn’t what they say it is. Bastards!
Plus, you get hit with a 30 dollar activation fee from Verizon to top it all off!
In some states tax is on full retail. It is a state law and any store, carrier, best buy or otherwise has to apply it. It isn’t a scam or smoke and mirrors