Thanksgiving means different things to different people, but we are reminded that we should be thankful and grateful for the pilgrims being taught how to survive those bitter and cold winters all those centuries ago by the natives of our land. Well, today it is a whole lot more about football, turkey, a family holiday, and even online shopping at some crazy prices and deals known as Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Sprint does have its fair share of deals for both Black Friday and Cyber Monday, although the latter would only see its full range of deals revealed in a few days' time. What we have been assured by Sprint is this -- Cyber Monday will offer deals on smartphones, tablets and all kinds of popular accessories.
Sprint's Black Friday Deals
This Black Friday, Sprint has a slew of smartphones made available to the masses, and it really depends on the kind of manufacturer or hardware that you would like to own. The HTC Bolt can be yours for nothing, other than the tax owed, as long as you fork out a monthly fee of $25 without being tied down to an annual service contract. Of course, if you would like to purchase the HTC Bolt outright on a 2-year service agreement, that would cost you $199.99
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are no doubt pretty hot commodities that you might want to own this coming holiday season. As usual, you can pick up either for nothing, with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus going for $27.09 and $32.09, respectively, over the course of 18 payments that happen each month. Alternatively, the iPhone 7 can be picked up for $199.99, with the iPhone 7 Plus going for $319.99 a pop, both with a 2-year service agreement. That is for the 32GB model. If you want the 128GB and 256GB models, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus would retail for $299.99 and $399.99, and $419.99 and $519.99, respectively, on a 2-year service agreement.
The iPhone SE can be brought home as well for nothing for the 16GB model, even if it is on a 2-year agreement. Certainly a great way to get someone started on the iPhone path if you do not know where to begin. However, the 64GB model will cost you $49.99 outright on a 2-year agreement, and $100 downpayment with tax without any service contract, although you will have to pay $14.59 each month across 24 months.
Samsung has not been left out by Sprint this Black Friday either, with the Galaxy S7 edge retailing for $349.99 on a 2-year agreement, while the Galaxy S7 will go for $199.99. If you prefer to settle for a 24-month payment, then both devices will cost nothing outright, although the Galaxy S7 edge and Galaxy S7 will retail for $33.13 and $28.96 monthly, respectively, across 24 months.