From now until November 29, if you trade in any working tablet at Best Buy, you can get a minimum savings of $100 towards the Nexus 9. If your tablet is in working order, with no cracks on the display, you will receive a $50 gift card, as well as a $50 discount coupon towards Google’s tablet.
Best Buy has few restrictions on the deal, but it does exclude the Nook and other e-readers. To make it short, if you have an old Nexus 7 or Galaxy tablet, now is good time to upgrade.
If this deal interests you, check out the small print below. (more…)
Now available on Best Buy’s site is the DROID Turbo, but in Blue. Usually coming in a Red or Black color option, anyone looking to separate themselves from the pack now has an option. Priced the same as in Verizon stores, you can grab this new colorway for $199 on-contract, or $700 as a “replacement device.” (more…)
The Nexus 6 is largely still impossible to find. You have been able to pre-order from AT&T and Sprint for less than a week, but most have had no chance at buying the unlocked model from Google Play or Motorola’s shop. And even if you were lucky enough to order through those last two stores, the chances of your device having arrived already are pretty slim. Hopefully, as we approach what we are assuming is the device’s official launch of today or tomorrow, we should start to see it become more accessible.
Take for example a new Best Buy listing, which shows the Nexus 6 for Sprint available for $199 with a new 2-year contract. That’s $100 cheaper than if you were to buy it through Sprint directly. You can even buy it off-contract for $699, which isn’t exactly cheap, but is an option if you need the device now and don’t want Sprint service. (more…)
A new color for the G3 from LG is available through Best Buy this afternoon, Derek Zoolander’s favorite color, Blue Steel. The colorway is available on-contract for just $99 through AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint, which is on sale down from $199. (more…)
Samsung’s standalone smartwatch called the Gear S, running Tizen, is now available through Verizon (for an ungodly amount on-contract), AT&T, and Best Buy.
For Verizon, customers can pick up the Gear S smartwatch for $349.99 on a 2-year contract, or $399 at full retail. On AT&T, customers can grab the Gear S for $199 on-contract, and $299 at full retail. As for Best Buy, folks can grab the wearable at $199 on-contract or $329.99 at full retail. (more…)
Today, is Nexus 9 launch day. We reminded you of that yesterday when we pointed out that the device was now showing as in-stock and ready to ship from Google Play. But what if you don’t want to wait a couple of days for shipping and would rather enjoy your new HTC-made tablet immediately? Well, you can go buy one from Best Buy’s online shop, pick it up today in a store, and start enjoying Android 5.0 before almost anyone else on the planet.
From what we are seeing, only the black version is in-stock, but both 16GB or 32GB are showing as available for in-store pickup. If the white shows up too, we will update this post.
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Looking for a steal of a deal on the new Moto X (2nd gen)? Amazon has the best prices on both the AT&T and Verizon models. If you are interested in the black leather model on AT&T, you are looking at $0 for the device with a 2-year contract. If you want the new Moto X in black resin, you can pick one up on either AT&T or Verizon for just $1 with a 2-year contract.
The bamboo models on each haven’t necessarily been discounted at Amazon, though they are still cheaper than through the carriers (AT&T for $69.99, Verizon for $79.99). (more…)
Samsung is marketing a ton of different wearables currently, but some of them remain exclusive to overseas markets. Starting next week, you can cross the Gear S off that list, as Samsung announced that Best Buy and a bevy of carriers – AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon – will begin selling the smartwatch on November 7. (more…)