It's raining Black Friday deals as Nov. 27 draws closer and retailers gear up to offer the best possible discounts and hard-to-miss promotions to lure consumers.
U.S. carrier Sprint has announced its promotions for Black Friday 2015 and judging by the deals on offer, it seems that the network operator has hit bullseye!
Sprint is offering a 50 percent discount when you purchase the Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphone. Normally, the lease price of the smartphone is $18 per month for two years. However, thanks to the Black Friday offer, the Galaxy S6 can be had for just $9 per month on the installment plan.
To make the deal sweeter, Sprint is throwing an Amazon Prime membership (for a year) worth $99 for free!
"Give yourself the gift of a Galaxy S6 with a half-price lease plus Amazon Prime included on us when you activate your phone!" notes Sprint's offer.
The Sprint offer comes into effect from Thursday, Nov. 26, a day prior to Black Friday. This is a limited period deal so make sure you avail the same before the offer expires.
Sprint's Black Friday promotion offering free Amazon Prime to subscribers is also available for those who purchase the Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 Edge+ or the Galaxy S6 Edge.
Sprint has not forgotten iOS fans either and its iPhone Forever plan ensures that the iPhone 6s can be yours for as little as $1 per month!
"With iPhone Forever, you can always upgrade to the latest iPhone as soon as it's available, forever. It's included in your monthly price," notes the promo. "Get iPhone 6s as low as $1/mo. and with iPhone Forever get a new iPhone every year. Forever."
Thanks to this Black Friday special promotion, when you trade in your old iPhone 6, you can be the owner of the latest iPhone 6s (16GB variant) by shelling out a mere dollar each month. For those trading the iPhone 5s in lieu of the iPhone 6s, the price is a tad higher at $10 per month.
This offer is valid only in Sprint stores and ends on Nov. 30, 2015.
Sprint is also offering several other Black Friday deals on TVs, wearables and other smartphones so make sure you check them out!
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