Some of the best tech deals of the year have just been announced in a one-day pre-Black Friday sale Nov. 14 at Sam's Club. Members can pick up an iPhone 6s for $99 with contract, or a Samsung Galaxy Note 5 or Galaxy S6 for just a dollar (well, technically, 96 cents), along with $150 off the 64 GB Apple iPad Air 2.

The smartphones are all available with contracts from your choice of Verizon, Sprint or U.S. Cellular, and larger storage configurations are available for a similar discount. The 16 GB iPhone 6s Plus is available for $199 with a contract from any of the carriers, while the 64 GB iPhone 6s is the same price. The 64 GB iPhone 6s Plus goes for $299, as does the 128 GB iPhone 6s. The 128 GB iPhone 6s Plus is discounted to $399 with a two-year contract.

Those customers not looking to sign up for a contract can also get in on the savings in a different way. All customers who sign up for an iPhone 6s installment plan with any of the carriers will receive a $200 Sam's Club gift card with their purchase.

Android lovers have an even sweeter deal coming their way on either of Samsung's latest flagships, the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note 5. Both phones, with 32 GB of storage, are available for just under a dollar, 96 cents to be exact, with a two-year contract on Verizon, Sprint or U.S. Cellular. Those purchasing on an installment plan will instead receive a $300 Sam's Club gift card with their purchase.

Note that the phones need to be purchased in-store and are not available online with these deals. Sam's Club, of course, remains a membership-only retailer, but for these deals, current non-members might want to consider joining for as low as $45, with a free $10 gift card currently on offer to new members.

Another great tech deal listed in the Nov. 14 sale at Sam's Club is the 64 GB iPad Air 2 for a full $150 off the regular price. This deal can also be had from the comfort of your couch, as it is available online as well as in-store, as long as you're a member.

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