We were wondering how Best Buy was going to beat its Black Friday deals such as the Samsung Galaxy S 4 for free with a two-year contract and activation. Today on Cyber Monday Best Buy has knocked down the usually $99-199 LG G2 down to zero, free, or gratis with a contract. That's for Sprint, Verizon and AT&T .
Update November 23, 2014:The incredible Samsung Galaxy S5 for $1 deal is now live at Best Buy for Black Friday 2014. iPad Air 2 deals are coming and we suspect that will sell out quickly. T-Mobile started its deals. Virgin Mobile has cut prices, already. Verizon deals are on the horizon. AT&T has not announced its daily deals. However, Sprint has some new deals ready
Best Buy deals start at 12:01 am Central Time and we suspect they at just before midnight. The free LG G2 deal is Monday only with activation and 2-year agreement.The LG G2 is a phabulous phablet that features a 5.2" HD display with a super thin bezel is the largest for handed operation at 2.7" wide. It has a 2.26GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor featuring quad Krait CPU, 2GB RAM, running Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2. It has a finger print senor on the back for security. It has a super powerful 3,000 mAh battery that takes up less space. It also has a 13MP camera and special LG software QuickRemote (for TV remote), Quick Memo and QSlide for multitasking.
Different from the Verizon free LG G2 deal in white only , you can get the free Best Buy LG G2 in white or black for Sprint, Verizon and AT&T . With the LG G2, you can set up different modes for different users. KnockOn lets you turn it on by knocking.
If you do other shopping at Best Buy online today, you can also get coupon/value codes for up to $50 when you spend $500 and pick up in store. Since the LG G2 is free, you probably won't get a code for buying.
Best Buy is calling this week Cyber Week and features a type of deal per day. Yesterday (Sunday) camera were the focus. Today gaming devices and games are the deal of the day. Best Buy has special deal page for mobile phones, with free shipping and deals on tablets.