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Sprint offers solid deals on iPad, iPhone, and more

If you’re looking for a new tablet or mobile handset to game on (or whatever), Sprint might be the place for you this Black Friday.

Sprinting for deals

Sprint might not the be first company that jumps to mind when you think about Black Friday. Actually, I’m pretty sure there are no cellular providers that do, but they’ve got some good deals regardless.

Both Apple and Samsung phones are seeing special offers today, as are iPads and a number of other items. You can get a TV with activation of a  LG G8X ThinQ, and a Harmon Kardon Onyx (version 6) with a $100 “airline voucher”, which is an interesting deal.

Here’s a look at the highlights

  • iPhone 11: For a limited time, switch to Sprint and lease iPhone 11 for just $0 per month when you trade in an iPhone 6s or newer in ANY condition.1
  • iPad 7: Is a new tablet on their list? Make their season brighter with an iPad7 for $0 per month from Sprint – a savings of $459.99 over 24 months.2
  • Samsung GS10: Switch to Sprint get the powerful Samsung Galaxy S10 for $0 per month.with Sprint Flex lease.3
  • LG Free TV: Get a free 49-inch LG 4K Smart TV1 with the lease of either LG G8X ThinQ™ plus Dual Screen for $15 per month or LG V50 ThinQ™ 5G for $19 per month.4
  • Onyx Studio 6: Purchase Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 6 at the promo price of just $199.99 and  get a $100 Airline voucher – you can also use installment billing and pay $16.67 per month for 12 months.5
  • Sprint Drive: Get Sprint Drive, the highest rated connected car solution, for free with a qualifying monthly hotspot plan. There are two plans to choose from – Sprint Drive Unlimited for $25 per month per line with Unlimited Mobile Hotspot or Sprint Drive 2GB for $10 per month per line with 2GB of mobile hotspot.6  
  • Sprint Tracker: Get peace of mind and keep track of what’s most important to you with Sprint Tracker – free with Safe & Found service.7

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