Walmart Black Friday Deals Include Samsung Galaxy S4 at Just $99

Walmart Black Friday Deals Include Samsung Galaxy S4 at Just $99Thanks to a $100 gift card offered by the retailer, the Walmart Black Friday deals for this year promise to offer a good number of options to buyers.  And though the gift card cannot be used against the Samsung Galaxy S4, that device is selling at just $99 on contract, making it one of the better offers for the 5-inch, 1080p flagship since its release in April.

Apart from the above Black Friday deals, Walmart is also offering a $75 gift card for buyers purchasing the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C.  The deals to be discussed below and the aforementioned discounts on Apple’s two newest handsets can be taken advantage of starting 8 a.m. local time on Black Friday.  In addition, the $100 gift card can be used against future purchases, so while there is no need to use the card on Black Friday and that day alone, buyers will have to make the purchases at a physical store, as opposed to online.  In addition, Walmart is also going to allow buyers to trade in their old phones for as much as $300 against the price of a new handset.

Leading off the Black Friday deals worth mentioning is the Galaxy S4 promotion, which allows buyers to shell out just $99 on the current Samsung flagship.  That $99 price point, of course, pertains to a contract version, and this Walmart deal would apply to AT&T, Sprint and Verizon editions of the Galaxy S4.  The Moto X, on the other hand, will cost $49 on-contract for AT&T, Sprint and Verizon versions, but buyers can actually earn $50, because this is one of several Black Friday deals involving the $100 gift card.  Another gift card deal of note is the Galaxy S3, which will be selling at just 79 cents with the $100 gift  card included.  Only the Verizon edition, however, is covered by this offer.

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