RadioShack now offering discounted Galaxy S III with $50 Google Play credit

RadioShack began offering the Samsung Galaxy S III at discounted rates yesterday, November 18, which are pretty darn appealing if you ask us. For a limited time you can pick one of these 16GB models up from AT&T or Verizon for $99.99 with a two-year service agreement. What’s more, the retailer is also tossing in a $50 Google Play Store credit which can be used on apps, movies, books, music, and other goodies. Not interested in either of those carriers? Perhaps you will like the Sprint model and its $49.99 price tag. Yeah, you also get that $50 Google Play Store credit there, too.

Beginning Sunday, November 18, you’ll get a complimentary $50 Google Play credit with your Samsung Galaxy S®III in-store (AT&T, Sprint and Verizon) or online purchase (Sprint and Verizon only) and two-year plan.

On top of all of those deals, RadioShack is offering buyers $10 back for every $50 spent. No matter how you look at these deals, it’s pretty compelling stuff and hard to pass up. We’re just glad we’re not in the middle of buying a new smartphone for ourselves. We’d be locked up with decision paralysis.


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  1. Jeff Seifert
    November 19, 21:34 Reply

    Was just at radio shack – the 99 dollar price is for the AT&T phone. Verizon is 179.

  2. Jay
    November 20, 12:22 Reply

    You fail to mention that the Sprint $49.99 is only for new contracts, and not upgrades. Boo!

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