Sam’s Club Black Friday Deals Revealed: Galaxy S4, iPhone 5c and HTC One To Cost $0.96

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Sam's ClubYes, ladies and gents, it’s that time of the year again. Or, you know, close enough. The time when we get to spoil ourselves with no danger of subsequent self-reproach, and when we can also show our loved ones we care about them sans paying an arm and a leg for fancy gifts.

Thanksgiving Day is near, Black Friday comes a measly day later, then before you know it it’s Cyber Monday, and then finally Christmas. And each and every one of these holidays will see your favorite gadgets get discounted via your most trusted retailers.

For instance, Sam’s Club. The membership-only Walmart subsidiary suffered a severe information leak over the weekend (or maybe it’s directly spilled the beans to build hype), revealing some of the details of its upcoming Black Friday promo.

Oddly, the deals will apparently be valid one weekend before BF, on November 23 and 24, though that’s probably for the best. After all, that way you can have your gifts all wrapped up and ready to go in time for Turkey Day.

The promo’s protagonists are set to be the [easyazon-link asin=”B00BV1MVJ0″ locale=”us”]Samsung Galaxy S4[/easyazon-link], the [easyazon-link asin=”B00F3ISEUC” locale=”us”]Apple iPhone 5c[/easyazon-link] and the [easyazon-link asin=”B00CMVLH66″ locale=”us”]HTC One[/easyazon-link], all of which will cost 96 cents with two-year contracts. Pretty darn awesome, since all three normally go for north of $100, but keep in mind the $0.96 deal from Sam’s Club can only be activated on Sprint.

But wait, there’s more. AT&T’s [easyazon-link asin=”B00D1VVQ4Y” locale=”us”]Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3[/easyazon-link] will also drop to $24.88 with pacts, whereas the Verizon-exclusive [easyazon-link asin=”B00E9WAUKU” locale=”us”]Motorola Droid Ultra[/easyazon-link] will have you cough up $98.

Via [Phone Arena] and [The Black Friday]

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  • Brandt Hardin

    Is nothing sacred? The holidays have slipped away from the general public and been completely bastardized by Big Business. The traditional meaning of Thanksgiving and Christmas both have been diluted by mass consumerism. Read more about the War on the Holidays and American Values being waged from the trenches of Wall Street at where one Turkey gets his revenge for encroaching on the holidays this year!