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iPhone 6s/plus Target, BB, Walmart, Sams Club, deal thread: Best offer $250 Target GC on Iphone 6s/Plus [w/ installment plan] 11/26-28 or $100 off 2 year contract @ Sams Club 11/14

lilaznkru 38 18 November 9, 2015 at 10:44 AM in Tech & Electronics (12)
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Last Edited by lilaznkru November 14, 2015 at 12:26 PM
If you are eligible for the installment plan you are eligble for:

-$250 Target gift card (Highest gift card thus far. Available Nov 26-28) [target.com]
-$250 Sams Club gift card (Available Nov 14, but club membership required) [samsclub.com]
-$200 Total at Walmart [$100 Discount + $100 Walmart gift card](no membership required and available black friday) [theblackfriday.com]
-$200 BestBuy gift card requires trade in of iPhone 5 or newer + activation of installment or lease plan [bestbuy.com] (Available Nov 26-28, but not the best deal by far imo)
-$100 discount with installment plan Verizon promo code: UPGRADE (available now) [verizonwireless.com]



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If you have an older 2 year contract plan then you are eligible for:

-$99 2 year contract downpayment iPhone 6s 16GB @ Sam's Club (Available Nov 14, but club membership required) [samsclub.com]
-$199 2 year contract downpayment iPhone 6s 16GB @ Sam's Club (Available Nov 14, but club membership required) [samsclub.com]

-$149.99 2 year contract downpayment iPhone 6s 16GB @ Target (Available Nov 26-28, $50 off and no club membership required) [target.com]
-$249.99 2 year contract downpayment iPhone 6s Plus 16GB @ Target (Available Nov 26-28,$50 off and no club membership required) [target.com]

-$200 BestBuy gift card requires trade in of iPhone 5 or newer + activation of installment or lease plan [bestbuy.com] (Available Nov 26-28, but not the best deal by far imo)
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#2
Can target setup an Edge payment plan?
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What is the ETF for these three carriers? Is it still $350 ?

If we take advantage of this offer, bought iPhone 6s 16G and cancel within a month:

Upfront Cost: $150
Early Termination Fee: $350
Tax, 1st month service, etc: $100
Gift Card: -$250

Total Cost: $ 350 + a hard pull for a brand new iPhone 6s 16G.

Will this fly? Can we also go to the T-Mobile later on, start a service and ask them do a contract buyout and credit us the $350 ETF?
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#4
what if I cancel wireless service right after activation? pay only $350 for ETF?
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#5
free $250 Target GiftCard® for well-qualified guests with installment billing activation. not for 2year contract... please edit
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I thought ATT stopped selling 2 yr contract plans (not the NEXT) through the other merchants. Is it not true?
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Does ATT allows third party to activate 2 years contract?

Quote from kumastha View Post :
I thought ATT stopped selling 2 yr contract plans (not the NEXT) through the other merchants. Is it not true?
Exactly, this offer must be for next plan.
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Last edited by gibsonbass November 9, 2015 at 10:58 AM
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We have at&t and are on a business plan, 5 family members sharing 30gb, unlimited everything else. They sent us the iPhone 6 (64GB) months back, still using my 5s. My contract is done - is this a good deal if I want the
*iPhone 6 Plus S 64GB* - and has there been a better deal than this? Will it even work if we have a "business premier" account?
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Quote from lengygf View Post :
What is the ETF for these three carriers? Is it still $350 ?

If we take advantage of this offer, bought iPhone 6s 16G and cancel within a month:

Upfront Cost: $150
Early Termination Fee: $350
Tax, 1st month service, etc: $100
Gift Card: -$250

Total Cost: $ 350 + a hard pull for a brand new iPhone 6s 16G.

Will this fly? Can we also go to the T-Mobile later on, start a service and ask them do a contract buyout and credit us the $350 ETF?
Sorry updated post. Maybe its only for carriers that still have a 2 year plan?
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Last edited by lilaznkru November 9, 2015 at 11:22 AM
#10
Darn it! I need a contract plan. Sweet deal for those looking to pay monthly.
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Is this only for new line activation? will it work for upgrades?
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#12
WRONG WRONG WRONG. The $250 GC only comes with Verizon's Device Payment Plan for the iPhone 6S at a whopping retail price of $650 + tax.
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Why should be there a ETF for devices bought with monthly payment plan... there's no contract and shouldn't be any etf fo the reason. isn't that right?
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Quote from OnTheHunt_SC View Post :
Why should be there a ETF for devices bought with monthly payment plan... there's no contract and shouldn't be any etf fo the reason. isn't that right?

Forget about all these prices, we just need to get non contract - straight out pricing.
As for ETF, sometimes there are,
If they are in contract you get double ETF.
If they are not in contract you get single ETF from the "deal maker" as they might be sponsoring the financing. It's weird. How does Best Buy do it now?
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Quote from Ride_The_Sky View Post :
Forget about all these prices, we just need to get non contract - straight out pricing.
As for ETF, sometimes there are,
If they are in contract you get double ETF.
If they are not in contract you get single ETF from the "deal maker" as they might be sponsoring the financing. It's weird. How does Best Buy do it now?
No clue how BB does it.. never bought a phone from them. Also I am not sure what you mean by single ETF from the "deal maker" for no contract plans.. idea of no contract is to have no ETF. Financing should be from the carrier or phone manufacturer.
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