Best Buy planning President’s Day sale, BOGO on Droid Razr

Best Buy planning President’s Day sale, BOGO on Droid Razr

President’s Day is right around the corner, and you know what that means! That’s right, it’s another excuse for retailers like Best Buy to give customers some deals on killer devices. This President’s Day, Best Buy is holding a BOGO offer on the Droid Razr. If you buy a black 32GB Droid Razr (for $149.99 with a qualifying 2-year contract), you’ll get a second one for just $49.99. All smartphones from Verizon or AT&T can be had with free activation (again, with a qualifying contract).

They’re also giving out free $50 gift cards with the purchase of either a 16GB Galaxy Tab 8.9 or 10.1. Best Buy is also promoting $100 off when you combine the purchase of a mobile broadband device with a laptop, netbook, tablet, ereader, or gaming console. Sprint users haven’t been completely left in the dark, as they can get an HTC Evo Design 4G for free with a 2-year contract.

So what do you think of Best Buy’s discounted goodies? Anyone planning to cash in on that Droid Razr promotion? Let us know in the comments!

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