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Walmart Black Friday 2009 BlackBerry Deals: In Detail

Under: BlackBerry
By:James | November 12th, 2009

Black Friday will soon be upon all those over in the states, and according to an article over on i4u, Walmart have now announced their early Black Friday Deals which start next Saturday whereby when you purchase a new BlackBerry smartphone on a two year agreement you’ll receive a free $100 Walmart gift card.

So here are a few of the BlackBerry smartphone Walmart have in their deal starting off with the AT&T Curve 8310 with a Walmart price of $0 while on AT&T it would cost $99 after a $100 mail in rebate; staying with AT&T for the Bold 9000 at $78.88 from Walmart while AT&T sells for $199.99 after the same $100 rebate.

Next there’s the Sprint Curve 8330 TNM Walmart price $0 while Sprint offers for $49.99 after $100 mail in rebate; then the Sprint Curve 8330 in red, again Walmart price of $0 while Sprint offer it for the same $49.99 after that $100 rebate.

Then we have the T-Mobile BlackBerry Curve 8520 with a Walmart price of $28.88 while T-Mobile offers the Curve 8520 for $129.99, although there is an activation charge by Walmart so the saving is $36.12; following on with the T-Mobile Pearl 8120 Black Emerald with a Walmart price of $28.88 which T-Mobile offers for $79.99, again with the same activation fee by Walmart giving a saving of $36.12.

Then we have the Big Red’s offerings the Verizon BlackBerry Storm with a Walmart price of $48.88, we presume this to be the original BlackBerry Storm rather than the new BlackBerry Storm 2 although Walmart has made mention of the Storm 2 but haven’t released a price yet, but with the Walmart $100 card you get a saving of $51.12. Lastly there is the Verizon BlackBerry Tour with a Walmart price of $148.88 but we are a tad confused about this one as the Big Red offers the Tour at $149.99.

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