Best Buy to trim $50 off all iPhones

Starting this Sunday, the deal renders the 16GB iPhone 5 free with the standard two-year agreement.


Consumers looking for an iPhone could shave $50 off the price through a new sale from Best Buy.

From Sunday, February 16, through Saturday, February 22, Best Buy will slash $50 off the price of all iPhones bought via the usual two-year contract with AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon Wireless. As just a few examples, the 16GB iPhone 5 will be free, the 16GB 5C will sell for $50, and the 16GB 5S can be had for $150.

Additionally, customers who reserve a new phone purchase with Best Buy by February 15 can receive a $50 gift card. That card can then be applied to the price of any phone you buy before the end of the year.

Looking for an Android device instead? Also from Sunday through Saturday, Best Buy will trim $100 off the cost of a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for a final price of $199. The deal requires a two-year agreement with AT&T or Verizon.

Fans of "Game of Thrones" can also save money on a new phone. Consumers who buy the HTC One and "Game of Thrones: Season 3" will get $50 of the price of the phone, making it $49. Those who shop online will receive a $50 gift card.

Finally, tablet buyers can score a few deals at Best Buy, but these won't be around long.

Through Saturday, February 15, buyers of the Retina Display iPad Mini can save $50 on the price. Also through Saturday, anyone who trades in a working iPad will receive a Best Buy gift card worth up to $200 depending on the model and condition.

And in a deal good this Saturday through Monday, Best Buy customers who buy the 16GB, 32GB, or 32GB LTE Nexus 7 will get a $30 discount off the full price.

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