Black Friday Deals for Android, iPhone & More 2013

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Amazon:

Amazon has opted to offer daily deals leading up to (and through) Black Friday. Starting Sunday November 24th, Amazon will offer deals with deep discounts that change as often as every 10 minutes but will only be valid for a short time while stocks last. Some deals will be offered several times through Cyber Monday while other promotions will be offered only once while supplies last.

You’ll need to visit Amazon’s Black Friday deals page to know when each promotion is active. We will update this page with the best of Amazon’s smartphone deals as frequently as possible.


Apple:

We likely won’t know precisely what Apple will offer until the page goes up this Friday – last year, however, the company offered $41 off of full-sized Retina-equipped iPads, $31 off of an iPad 2, and $31 off of a $299 iPod Touch. We don’t expect there to be any iPad Mini or iPhone 5s or iPhone 5c discounts this year.


Best Buy:

Black Friday deals will start one day early at Best Buy this year. Stores will be opening at 6PM on Thanksgiving and a second set of unannounced doorbuster deals go on sale at midnight. Some previewed smartphone deals include:


    Fry’s Electronics:


    GameStop:


    Meijer:

    • Samsung S150G TracFone Value Pack: $4.99
    • Kyocera Rise Virgin Mobile Android Smartphone: $24.99

    Newegg:


    OfficeMax:

    • Huawei NET10 868 No-contract Smartphone: $49.99
    • Samsung NET10 S720 No-contract Smartphone: $74.99

    Sam’s Club:

    • HTC One 4G Sprint w/2-year contract: $0.96
    • Samsung Galaxy Mega AT&T w/2-year contract: $0.96
    • Samsung Galaxy S4 4G black/white 2/2-year contract: $0.96

    Sears:


    Staples:


    Target:


    Tiger Direct:


    We’ll be adding to the list right up through Black Friday weekend and Cyber Monday, so be sure to check back for more great deals! Also, check out NotebookReview for the best Black Friday deals on laptops, Ultrabooks, 2-in-1s, and more.

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