Sprint to offer buy-one-get-one free deal on Galaxy S3, Galaxy S2, and Galaxy Victory this Friday


If Black Friday deals weren’t enough to sway you, and you’re still looking to gear up the fam with powerful Android devices, might want to take a look at what Sprint will be offering. Turns out some early signage leaked out, showing a nice BOGO (buy-one-get-one) deal on “select” Sammy devices. Let me stop you right there — the Galaxy Note 2 is not apart of this deal. But, the fully capable (some might even call a Nexus-killer) Samsung Galaxy S3 is up for grabs.

A few “lesser” Galaxies also mad the list like the GS2 and Galaxy Victory. The fun starts this Friday, Dec. 7th and lasts all the way until the 24th, giving Christmas shoppers ample time to squeeze in a few GS3’s before the 25th. The best part? This deal is good for new and upgrades as long as you’re willing to sign away your life for 2 years. Anyone going to jump on this?

Thanks, _epic!

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Sprint just sounds really desperate for business lately. Great deal though.

  2. “Unlimited Edition” any idea what that is…?

    1. Their way of saying they have unlimited data..I believe.

    2. They started saying that before T-Mob opened their mouth about their uncapped, unthrottled, unlimited data

  3. Unless they get rid of touchwiz; There is no way the GS3 would be a “Nexus killer.”

    1. Haha! Are we getting a little bit of “friendly fire” going on? What? Now because every mid-range to high end Android smartphone is an “iPhone killer” they start going after the nexus now?

    2. Its called cyanogenmod or any other number of AOSP roms out there.


  5. i need to find a a deal on the LG optimus G

  6. This isn’t leaked info. I got a flyer in the mail last week about this offer.

  7. May I know where is the shop??

  8. In order to use this deal you have to have TWO upgrades available to you. Or 1 upgrade and then buy a 2nd line.

  9. Sprint Customers BEWARE!! This offer is nothing more than a JOKE! The $99 w/ 2 year contract at Best Buy on the Galaxy S III is a better deal, not to mention, they don’t advertise one thing, then change the restrictions once you try to take advantage of the deal! In this Sprint AD, Sprint specifically states you can Buy one Galaxy S III, and get one free as long as you open “A” (singular) New Line of Service w/ 2 year contract, or have “AN” (again singular) eligible upgrade on a current line of service and you re contract for 2 more years. I have been with Sprint for more than 10 years, I have 4 lines of service, and pay my bill son time each and every month. Sprint not only advertises this thru out the web, but they actually mailed to my home several days ago as well. Like anyone out there, I thought this was a worth deal, and it just so happens I do have a line that is eligible for an upgrade! Pretty simple, right? Call Sprint, pay them the $199 and get 2 Galaxy S III’s, right? Well not so fast! I called Sprint, and was told you have to open TWO (2) new lines of service, or have TWO (2) lines eligible for upgrade. Upon my explaining to this “Supervisor” (in the retention dept.) that nowhere in the mailer does it have any fine print disclosing this, and I simply asked why in the hell would you advertise it as BOGO, just to piss people off when they legitamitly try to take advantage of the deal!!! her answer was (and I mean verbatim!!) “do you really think we’d just give out “free” phones”, then I told her about Best Buys everyday deal on the Galaxy S III, ON Sprint lines, of only $99 for the phone with a 2 year contract, and then we were disconnected.

    So, I wouldn’t waste any time heading to the Sprint store, waiting hours in line, just to leave angry, and without 2 new Galaxy S III’s, unless you really want to open two (2) lines of new service with two (2) years of contract on each phone! But even then, I’d recommend heading out to Best Buy, and actually saving a couple bucks for the same deal!

    I’m in noway supporting Best Buy, just proving the facts in Black and White.

    If anyone out there actually got the BOGO without having to open 2 new lines of service, I’d like to know!


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