With the holiday season only a month away, leaked Black Friday deals from different retail stores are making their rounds online presumably to help buyers plan their expenditures before 2016 ends.
According to TmoNews, a Reddit user recently shared what is believed to be T-Mobile's plans for Black Friday featuring devices, accessories and even a fourth line free for T-Mobile One plans. There are also Buy One, Get One deals for a few Samsung gadgets.
Specifically, the "Fourth Line On Us" deal offers many options. These include a free iPad Mini 4 with bill credits, and $250 off the iPad Pro 9.7 32 GB or iPad Air 2; and a free Samsung Galaxy J, LG K10, LG K7, Samsung Galaxy On5 or LG G5 via bill credits. Meanwhile, the Buy One, Get One deal has the Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy Note 5 being sold at full price and the second unit half off via bill credits.
In addition, when consumers activate four lines and port in phone numbers for each, they will receive a $200 credit. For one line, users get a $50 bill credit. Meanwhile, accessories can be purchased in bundles such as three iPhone items that will have 30 percent off the original price. UE Boom 2 and UE Mega Boom speakers are also discounted at $99 and $199, respectively.
On a related note, one of the leading retailers, Tesco, is expected to have cheap deals on the PlayStation 4 since the PS4 Pro will arrive soon. They may also slash off the prices of the Amazon Kindle, television sets, summer toys for kids, and older generation Apple Watch and iPhone models — similar to what they did in 2015.
For those looking to get their hands on the recently revamped MacBook Pro, Apple Insider notes that it will be cheaper to buy from authorized resellers like Adorama and B&H. Although the sticker price is similar to the official Apple store, the former two will not tack on the automatic sales tax for delivery destinations outside of New York and New Jersey. These will apparently have buyers acquiring up to $250 in savings from Adorama and $300 from B&H.
Since there is no official advertisement yet from the sellers, available information should be taken with a grain of salt. Black Friday takes place on Nov. 25.