Sprint’s Black Friday 2014: $200 off Samsung Galaxy S5, up to $300 off JBL and Harmon-Kardon audio equipment


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Sprint has announced their Black Friday deals for 2014. The effort by the Now Network this year is quite moderate, though if you’re in the market for a Samsung Galaxy S5 or some new audio accessories you’ll want to see what they have to offer.

For starters, the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport can both be had for $200 less than they typically go for. The catch? This price only applies to those who opt to buy the phone for full price through Easy Pay or Sprint’s leasing program. The former will get you the device for $0 down and 24 installments of $18.75.

The leasing program, while a tad similar in nature, has its differences. You’ll pay $20 over the course of 24 months, though you’ll receive an $8.34 “Black Friday credit” every month, effectively bringing  payments down to $11.66. And that’s about it for cellular hardware. Sprint’s also holding some pretty nice promos for those who want to get the most out of their audio experience.

The biggest deal will come with the Harman Kardon Onyx Studio, a $400 piece of kit that promises to deliver superior Bluetooth audio. You can get a massive $300 off, but not without buying something else. If you buy three or more accessories, or any JBL or Harmon-Kardon product, you can get the wireless speakers for just $99.

The cheapest product listed on their website that fits that bill goes for $60, though considering you’re getting $300 off a pretty nice set of speakers we wouldn’t complain too much (and there’s also a chance they have more to choose from inside their actual storefront).

Finally, with any purchase you make you’ll get 50% off the purchase of JBL’s Synchro Slate Headphones or Harman Kardon’s SOHO II NC earbuds for $139 and $99, respectively. Sprint was quick to note that the deals for audio accessories will only be available in-store, so you’ll want to be quick to the punch on the morning of November 27th when their doors swing open.

Quentyn Kennemer
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  1. And this is supposed to make me want to buy from Sprint because…?

  2. Cue the “Zomg Sprint service” turds.

    1. I have yet to have a problem with either their service or their customer service…

      1. I never had an issue with their service or customer service either. Only issue I had was, after changing to the $55/mo plan, the option to upgrade my phone was relegated to “Easy Pay” or full price. After my contract is up here with Verizon, I’ll likely be going to Cricket.

  3. bestbuy is giving the s5 for 1 dollar, I believe Amazon is too, on almost every carrier. They are hoping people dont have access to best buy / amazon ads?

    1. That’s with a 2 year contract

  4. That’s a Damn good deal for the speakers I think I might get that

  5. So uhh. Why can’t I find reviews or those HK in ear headphones anywhere but Sprint?

    Sounds fishy

    edit- Same with the JBL “Synchro Slate”

    They used the most F’d up model numbers, idiots, and I’m a 13 year Sprint customer, about to leave them in January.

  6. The HK speaker is awesome. I went to a Sprint store yesterday to change my plan. Had three lines with them but got it down to just one now. I got the HK speaker and little JBL speaker for $129. One year no interest charged to my account.

  7. They say this when I know they know I can leave them and pick up a oneplus one for 350, or get an s5 on amazon for a dollar…

  8. You would have to give me the S5 free and a no contract plan to switch to Sprint.

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