Pre-Order the Samsung Epic 4G Touch at Walmart for $99


The launch Samsung Epic 4G Touch on is only a week away, but you still have time to pre-order to be among the first in the United States to own a Galaxy S II handset. OK, so maybe the residents of Alaska got first dibs, but you could still be the first in your neighborhood. A deal is to be had if you choose to do business with Walmart. The big box retailer has the phone up for reservation for the low price of $99.99. Check it out at the source link below.

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  1. Does anyone know if we are able to buy a phone from Wal-Mart and then purchase either Best Buy’s protection or Sprint’s Total Equipment Protection for it?

    Edit: Also the $99 is only applicable for a new contract. 2 year contract renewals “only” bring the price down to $154.99

    1. best buy will price match. and you’ll probably be able to get it for the new contract price if they don’t look TOO closely at it

      1. If Bestbuy will at least price match the 154 price I will be happy. I plan on buying the buyback program, so it would be like getting that for free.

        1. Best Buy doesn’t match online prices. So unless this is being sold in the actual store too, they aren’t going to match it…

      2. They will still charge tax though right? Best Buy that is. So you are looking at 30 bucks or more extra

        1. you must live in one of those crazy states that charge sales tax based on the retail cost of the phone. I’m in GA, we only get taxed on the subsidized amount we’re paying.

    2. You can do Sprint’s TEP within 30 days of purchase if i’m not mistaken. Best Buy won’t warranty it unless you buy it from them though.

    3. Best buys plan is terrible, sprint TEP is the way to go. I had problems with my Evo 3D and they were able to repair it on the spot for free since I had TEP. They actually couldn’t repair it so the just gave me a new one and no deductible. Best Buy I would of been waiting weeks.

      1. To answer your question, yes you can add TEP. They should be able to do it walmart even.

  2. oops

  3. Are there any readers here from Alaska?

  4. Anyone think that Sprint will drop their price to at least 154 because of this?

    1. no.

  5. I suppose this is for new lines?

  6. i preordered it from wirefly for $119.99 just for upgrading my line

    1. How? It says 150 still for the upgrade…do explain

      1. back on tuesday on this site they announced wirefly was taking preorders at 150 and a guy posted a link for wirefly to get it for 119.99. i went there and as soon as i saw the price pre oredered it here;s the link. the following day it went up to 139.99 so i don’t know if its changed again,,

  7. Sprint stores are preordering it for $50 but the total price is $199… I think I will move to Walmart…

    1. careful there is taxes to consider with walmart depending on your state

  8. Got mine online for 119.99, got a second line

  9. Anyone know if I should pre order if I’m planning to return my Photon within 30 days?

    1. I don’t think the system will allow it since you don’t have an upgrde available.

  10. pretty good for a highly anticipated phone that will have it’s shine for about 2 months

  11. I tried to add a line to my individual account, and at checkout it said $209.00. Where is the 99, or 119?

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