Ahead of its Black Friday event, Verizon is encouraging consumers to 'get into the spirit of getting.' The company's four-page Black Friday ad is covered in deals that could help shoppers get into that spirit and maybe some of the getters will consider giving.
Headlining the holiday savings are offers to those in the market for a new wireless carrier. Verizon is offering $500 in discounts to each consumer that switches and up to $400 in price cuts for other qualifying Android handsets.
For the Galaxy devices, Verizon is offering $200 Black Friday smartphone discounts and giving $300 in account credit or a Verizon gift card.
For the other Android devices, Verizon is offering the same choice of $300 in credit or on gift card, but it's only offering a $100 discount on the handset side of the deal.
Samsung Galaxy S6 ($676): $3.16 per month
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge ($672): $7.16 per month
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ ($768): $15.33 per month
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 ($696): $12.33 per month
Motorola Droid Turbo 2 ($624): $5.16 per month
LG V10 ($672): $11.33 per month
Ellipsis 10 ($199): $49; requires two-year contract
Ellipsis 8 ($79): $49; includes $25 Google Play card; requires two-year contract
Nest Cam Wi-Fi Video Camera ($199): $169
Mophie Powerstation ($79): $39
Bose SoundLink Color Bluetooth Speaker ($129): $119
Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 Elite Edition ($299): $249
Beats Solo2 Wireless Headphones ($299): $249
UE MegaBoom Bluetooth Speaker ($299): $249
Fitbit Charge Fitness Band ($129): $89
Mophie Powerstation Plus 8x with Micro USB or Lighting Port ($149): $99
The deals on the UE MegaBoom speakers, Fitbit Charge and Mophie Powerstation Plus 8x will be offered Tuesday Nov. 24 through Monday Nov. 30. All of the other deals run from Nov. 26 through Nov. 30.
All of these deals will be available online, by phone or in store. So there's no need to head out into the cold, except in the cases where shipping simply takes too long and shiny things must be had immediately.
So uh, Happy Thanksgetting?
— Verizon News (@VerizonNews) November 20, 2015