Best Buy posts Black Friday deals online

Best Buy posts Black Friday deals online

Best Buy, instead of letting their Black Friday ad get leaked online, went ahead and released it on their blog.  If you were curious to see what sort of Android-based products would be on sale come November 23, here’s a quick list.  You’ll find smartphones and tablets, some deals better than others.  Keep in mind that the phone prices you see will be with 2-year contracts, unless otherwise specified.

  • Motorola – DROID RAZR Maxx 4G Mobile Phone – Black (Verizon Wireless) – FREE
  • Samsung – Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 with 8GB Memory – White – $179.99
  • Samsung – Galaxy S III with 16GB Mobile Phone – Marble White (Sprint) – $48.00
  • Samsung – Galaxy S III 4G with 16GB Mobile Phone – Pebble Blue (AT&T) – $49.99
  • nabi – nabi 2 Tablet – 8GB Memory – $169.99
  • Boost Mobile – Samsung Galaxy S II 4G No-Contract Mobile Phone – White – $299.99
  • Samsung – Galaxy S II Mobile Phone – White (Sprint) – $1
  • Amazon – Kindle Fire with 8GB Memory – $159.99
  • Kindle Fire HD 16GB Tablet – $199.99
  • Acer – Iconia Tablet with 16GB Memory – Titanium Gray – $249.99
  • Asus – Tablet with 16GB Memory – Black – $279.99
  • Samsung – Galaxy Player 3.6″ 8GB* MP3 Player – Black – $99.99
  • HTC – DROID INCREDIBLE 4G Mobile Phone – Black (Verizon Wireless)

Best Buy is also offering some online-only sales starting on Thanksgiving but hasn’t tipped their hand as to pricing for the products.

  • Visual Land – Prestige 7 Capacitive Android 4.0 Tablet with 8GB Memory – Black – “HOT PRICE”
  • Sony – Xperia TL 4G Mobile Phone – Black (AT&T) – “HOT PRICE”

 Best Buy

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  1. Steve G
    November 12, 01:04 Reply

    These are deals???? Laughable!

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