Consumers looking for a good price on the iPhone 4S or 4 could find one waiting at their local Target store.
As of today, the retailer is running yet another sale on Apple's flagship phones, this time cutting the cost by $50. The 16GB iPhone 4S can be had for $149.99, while the iPhone 4 is selling for $49.99, both with the standard two-year contract.
This is an in-store promotion only. The Target Web site lists the 16GB iPhone 4S at its usual price of $199.99.
A Target representative, and Target Mobile salespeople at two different stores, confirmed the promotion and the sales prices for the iPhones through Verizon Wireless and AT&T.
The Target representative said the promotion will last until June 30, correcting the two salespeople, who thought it was ending this week.
Target last, reducing the cost of the 16GB and 32GB iPhone 4S, as well as the 8GB iPhone 4, by $25. That offer was good until March 31.
Updated at 11 a.m. PT with confirmation of the sales promotion from two Target Mobile salespersons and at 3:30 p.m. PT with confirmation from Target and the correct end date of the promotion.
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