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Galaxy S3 Price Slashed to $50, Handset Comes With Free Google Play Gift Card

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By Vincent Funaro , Christian Post Reporter
November 20, 2012|9:30 am
  • Samsung Galaxy S3 in Black
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    Samsung Galaxy S3 in Black

The Galaxy S3 price has been slashed to $50 for customers looking to purchase the handset through Radio Shack.

The $50 Galaxy S3 will also come with a free $50 Google Play Gift Card that Android users could use to purchase apps and games on their devices.

This deal is only available to those looking to purchase the Galaxy S3 with a new contract on Verizon, Sprint or AT&T.

This is one of the many super sales being run during the holiday shopping season.

There will be also be a black Friday 2012 Apple sale where devices such as the iPad, iPod, MacBook Pro and iMac will be discounted significantly.

Apple posted a teaser page on its Australian online store for a "1-day Apple shopping event" set to take place on Friday Nov. 23, the day after Thanksgiving that is known to Americans as black Friday.

"The one-day Apple shopping event is Friday, 23 November," wrote Apple. "Get ready to give. Shop online or visit your favorite Apple Retail Store. We'll help you make the most of the day, no matter how you shop."

Black Friday is normally reserved for Americans, since the day is special due to it taking place after Thanksgiving. However, Apple will be offering these sales to customers all over the world through its online and retail stores.

Offers for Black Friday include the iPad 2 with anywhere from $41 to $61 off, the iPod nano with $11 off, the iPod Touch with anywhere from $21 to $41 off, the MacBook Air with $101 off, MacBook Pro for $101 off, and the iMac for $101 off.

Third-party merchants are expected to offer even better discounts for Apple products on Black Friday.

 

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