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Sprint’s Black Friday deals include discounts on several popular smartphones

Published Nov 19th, 2018 7:37PM EST
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Sprint has joined the parade of retailers rolling out their deals and offers ahead of Black Friday this year, and the nation’s fourth-largest wireless service provider has a few discounts worth paying attention to, especially if you’re in the market for a new smartphone.

For starters, you can get a Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+ and Note 9 for $5, $10 and $20 a month, respectively, through the Sprint Flex lease program. As pointed out by the folks over at Phone Arena, those phones won’t be yours at the end of the 18-month Flex term, “but you will be able to own them in exchange for an additional fee, (you can) choose to upgrade to a newer and better handset, or continue your lease.” Even so, that deal means you’re still saving as much as $28 every month thanks to bill credits.

Among Sprint’s other offers, if you lease an iPhone XR, XS, XS Max or iPhone X, you can get a second one for free. (More details on that deal are available here). Additionally, when you lease an LG V40 ThinQ for $20 per month with the Sprint Flex lease, you can get a free LG 49-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV, valued at $499.99.

Phone Arena continues: “Apple’s aging but extremely popular iPhone 7 is probably Sprint’s top bargain this Black Friday, fetching a measly $4.17 a month on a straightforward device payment plan, which means you’re looking at a grand total of $99.99 to own this robust iOS handset. The sixth-generation iPad is also $99.99… with a separate iPhone lease, and last but surely not least, both new and upgrading Sprint customers are eligible for a cool $100 Apple Watch Series 4 discount. There’s truly something for everyone here.”

You can check out details and pricing related to all of Sprint’s holiday offers by heading over to their deal site here.

Andy Meek
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