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It looks like Best Buy is running a promotion to trade in ANY working cell phone for a free Galaxy S3 (with 2 year agreement) or $50 off S4 (with 2 year agreement). They also say if your phone is worth more... you'll get more.

http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/best-buy-lets-trade-working-cel...

Promotion ends August 3rd.

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Samsung Galaxy S3
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You should have "Best Buy" in the Title here OP.

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And THANKS for making that change!

Only Verizon, AT&T or Sprint, if that makes a difference (I still have a flip-phone, so I have no idea if any other carriers even offer this).

should add that a data package is probably required as well.

Very nice, I purchased a s4 on July 12th . I never brought in my old smart phone for the 50.00 gift card. I paid for the phone with a gift card. Went back on Sunday with ad from target they dropped it down to 149.99 and gave me credit back on my gift card. Now i will go again with my phone and get another 50 taken off the phone so net 99.99

I didn't have an old phone to trade, so I bought a prepaid Kyocera for $5 at Target. Headed to BB where they price matched Costco and dropped the Galaxy Note 2 from $199.99 to $129.99, then kicked another $50 for the trade. Super painless process to score the Note 2 for 84.99 + tax. My retail VZW still wants $299.99!



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