Sprint is offering a free TV when you buy an LG G4 for Black Friday


Sprint’s Black Friday 2015 deals have gone live, and they’re very interesting. The company decided taking X amount of dollars off the price of smartphones and tablets was too cliche, so they did the hipster thing and started offering free TVs instead. That’s right — one of their deals can net you a free 24-inch LG TV when you buy an LG G4. The TV has an SRP of $179.99 , so it’s a pretty significant offer. The company notes that getting the TV requires post-purchase registration, so there may be a waiting period and a rebate process to go through before you actually get it.

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Sprint is also throwing in 1 year of Amazon Prime when you buy a select Samsung Galaxy smartphone, which includes all 4 flagships for 2015. Both this deal and the LG G4 deal apply to both new and existing customers.

If that wasn’t enough, those who opt for the Samsung Galaxy S6 on a lease option will have to pay just half the normal cost of the lease. Couple all of this with Sprint’s promise to chop your Verizon, AT&T or T-Mobile bill in half when switching and paying off the ETFs from your previous carrier and there’s good reason to take notice.

Here’s a list of other deals Sprint will have this week:

  • Fitbit Charge HR: $119.99 – Save $30 (Regularly $149.99)
  • Fitbit Charge: $89.99 – Save $40 (Regularly $129.99)
  • Garmin vivofit 2: $69.99 – Save $30 (Regularly $99.99)
  • Garmin vivosmart: $79.99 – Save $50 (Regularly $129.99)
  • Garmin vivoactive: $169.99 – Save $80 (Regularly $249.99)
  • Withings Activite Pop: $129.99 – Save $20 (Regularly $149.99)
  • The LG Tone Pro 750 $39.99 – Save $30 (Regularly $69.99)

If the Now Network is up to par in your area and you wouldn’t mind giving them another go then be sure to wake up bright and early for these deals. The offers begin Thanksgiving night over the phone (1-800-Sprint1), at select RadioShack stores and select Sprint stores, or at Sprint’s website, with in-store deals going down nationwide the following morning.

[via Sprint]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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