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$50 off iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c @ Best Buy - From $49.99 w/ 2 Year Contract Extension
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Best Buy has iPhone 5s from $149.99 and iPhone 5c from $49.99 w/ 2 Year Contract (ATT/Verizon/Sprint)


 

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Bad title.
This is for an iPhone 5C at $49 or 5S at $149 with a two year contract required.
Not a hot deal.
Please correct the title.

EDIT Thanks for trying, but the title is still wrong on thus deal.  And the picture is wrong too.  
The OP description is also terrible as there is not 5S offered for $50 as the OP implies.
It should read

"iPhone 5C $49 or 5S $149 with 2 Year Contract ATT/Verizon/Sprint from BestBuy"

But that isn't as attractive, now is it?

Red for you on this one OP and FW Staff.

EDIT: Good job FW Staff in cleaning up the title.  Thanks.

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If you have registered for the $50 GC offer and get the iPhone 5c your final profit will be 1 cent.

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hkgfnt said:   If you have registered for the $50 GC offer and get the iPhone 5c your final profit will be 1 cent.
  
Not really, you still have to pay the outrageous contract prices for two years.

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hellmutt said:   
hkgfnt said:   If you have registered for the $50 GC offer and get the iPhone 5c your final profit will be 1 cent.
  
Not really, you still have to pay the outrageous contract prices for two years.

  I understand. I am fortune to have a 23% institution discount with unlimited everything. I think the title already states it requires a 2-year contract extension. Overall it is a good deal to me. Already upgraded one and will be upgrading another.

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what they dont tell you clearly is that the renewal triggers a one time $36 activation fee for the upgrade (with AT&T) and possibly other carriers as well

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HAHA I just signed up for Att online. Is this deal eligible for the $100 bill credit? Should I cancel my ATT order and get two new lines at bestbuy?

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onlypinkfloyd said:   what they dont tell you clearly is that the renewal triggers a one time $36 activation fee for the upgrade (with AT&T) and possibly other carriers as well
  
I just added another line last month and they were doing no activation fees...not sure if this is still going on but check it out.

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Just went back to BB and showed them the current ad ($49.99) and the receipt ($99.99) from last week's phone upgrade. The lady cheerfully refunded me the $50 difference. With the $50 GC offer it isn't too bad.

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I think with the $50 GC deal, this is a solid deal if one needs to upgrade (phone dying or something). My GF signed up for the $50 GC deal a week or two back, so she make take advantage of this so she can stop using her cracked iphone 4s. Thanks OP.

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I'm not sure if this is standard, but the girl at BB let me also put the $50 gift card that I registered for toward the purchase of the Iphone the same day.. so it ended up being $100 off the normal price.. I was surprised but I wasn't going to argue YMMV

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activated iphone5s online from iphone 4 myself by putting in the sim card number.  no activation fee and kept unlimited data for verizon.  sim card number is on the packing slip so don't throw it away.

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