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Target is selling the Galaxy S4 on AT&T and Verizon for just $39.99 on Black Friday. That's a markdown of $160 off the Galaxy S4's normal $199.99 price.  Target will be selling a Sprint-compatible Galaxy S4 for $49.99 on Black Friday. A two-year contract is required for both deals. Before you rush down to Target to wait in line, you'll want to check out other retailer's offerings. AT&T, for example, charges just $99.99 for the Galaxy S4 if you order online. Sprint  sells the Galaxy S4 for just $99.99 and will give those switching from another wireless carrier a $150 service credit, which means the total price is better than free. Best Buy will be selling the Galaxy S4 for exactly $0 on Black Friday. Target will be selling the older Galaxy S3 for just a penny on Black Friday, though we recommend avoiding this deal if at all possible. The Galaxy S4 is certainly worth $39.98 more than the Galaxy S3 and the price difference is a tiny fraction of what you'll spend over the life of a two-year wireless contract. Keep in mind that you'll need to be eligible for an upgrade or new contract to score any of these Black Friday smartphone deals. Read: Galaxy S4 Review

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  1. chrisy

    11/25/2013 at 4:16 am

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    • Jim H

      11/27/2013 at 3:19 am

      Just a comment about some of the “deals”. Walmart, as just one example, has a seven inch Nextbook tablet with a dual core processor on sale for $69.99. Last week, while shopping for Christmas for the same tablet, with a leather case, it was sold at $59.99 and included a leather case. Not an indictment, particularly against Walmart, many retailers engage in this same type of advertising/practice, I’m merely cautioning shoppers to try to be aware of what they are paying for an item and whether or not the retailer is giving you a good deal or if they have actually marked the price up and called it a sale.

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