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Buy iPhone 6s or 6s Plus and $200/$250 Target Gift Card

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Just came across an offer at Target. Buy iPhone 6,6s,6 plus or 6s plus and get $200 Target gift card. This is one of the best offer I have seen in the recent times. Offer is valid till 4/30/2016

iPhone 6, 6s - $200 GC
iPhone 6 Plus, 6s Plus - $250 GC

All the best buddies!!!

http://www.target.com/p/iphone-6-...m=iphone+6

http://www.target.com/p/iphone-6-...one+6+plus
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Last Edited by msp3 April 26, 2016 at 01:36 PM
There are two different deals here. upgrade and new line for ATT, VZW, and Sprint.

1) VZW new line is $200 GC for ANY phone, including the iPhone SE which you wouldn't get a GC otherwise on upgrade.

2) ATT/VZW/Sprint upgrades and ATT/Sprint new line gets GC for iPhone 6/6 Plus/6s/ 6s Plus depending on the week.

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requires installment billing. might want to update that.
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requires installment billing. might want to update that.
I bought the phone and immediately called AT&T and closed my NEXT program by paying the remaining amount. Still $200 less for an iPhone 6s
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I bought the phone and immediately called AT&T and closed my NEXT program by paying the remaining amount. Still $200 less for an iPhone 6s
How does all this work, I want to use it on t-mobile
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Yeah F this crap. Why do I need a contract for this? Some of us actually have money to buy a phone and not make payments.
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requires installment billing. might want to update that.
That's basically the assumption nowadays, 2 yr contract would probably net the same due to higher SLA cost
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These GC's have been available since early March. Nothing new here.
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bought the phone and immediately called AT&T and closed my NEXT program by paying the remaining amount. Still $200 less for an iPhone 6s
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Yea, not sure what the hell people are whining about, you get the GC up front and not in any contract or future billing credits. Too bad they don't offer T-mobile EIP at Target.
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AT&T and Verizon all followed T-Mobile's no contract plan, but they both failed to get customers because the price of their no contract plan is just too expensive.

Now, they tried to use different tricks to lock the customers for 2 years by offering this type of discount.
AT&T and Verizon should realize that the key reason that T-Mobile can steal some customers from them is the low price.
The wireless phone plan now is the Price, Price and Price.

Consumers are not stupid, don't want to pay $10 or $20 more every month.
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Not seeing the $250 GC on the iPhone 6S Plus I think it is for the regular Plus version only.
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How does all this work, I want to use it on t-mobile
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How does all this work, I want to use it on t-mobile
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How does all this work, I want to use it on t-mobile
After paying off you are free to Unlock it from AT&T and move to any other network

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Not seeing the $250 GC on the iPhone 6S Plus I think it is for the regular Plus version only.
I can see $200 GC for 6s Plus
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After paying off you are free to Unlock it from AT&T and move to any other network


I can see $200 GC for 6s Plus
But not $250 which is what the OP says. So why did you put it there?

"iPhone 6 Plus, 6s Plus - $250 GC"
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