I just went to my local Best Buy and told them the same thing about Sams club and showed them the picture from the 1st post and they matched it. It brought the phone from the Amazon Wireless price of $189.99 i paid last week to the $98.88. Then with the gift card applied from previous purchase it was $48.88. Thank you very much for posting this.:thumbup:
Unless you use your daughters upgrade as an alternate for the dummy line. This would need to be done at a Corp. Store though to make sure it's done right... The take phone off dummy and move to your and re activate dummy phone.
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Except then you are paying 10 bucks a month plus taxes and fees for a dummy line. Kids can survive on 2gb of data. Maybe they'll offer a double data promotion with the s4...
So apparently none of the 6 Sam's Clubs near me carry Verizon phones. When I tried to go into Best Buy and ask for price match they wanted proof and I couldn't proof it. They wouldn't take the Dell site either. Should I just plain order from Dell's site?
Edit: Just read the Dell instant savings agreement and it turns out I can't transfer the line to another line within the same account. I guess I'm screwed.
My local Best Buy wouldn't do it either since the local Sam's Clubs don't sell Verizon. Anybody know if there are any other upcoming deals on the Note 2? I really want one and am trying to decide whether to pony up more money or just keep waiting until there is finally a deal that I can actually use to get it.
No. I had 3 lines that were unlimited data and 1 that was on the 2gig data. I ended up just using my daughters upgrade to get one and transfered to my line. I kept the unlimited data on mine and shewent to a 2gig data line. The other ways that some had talked about they would not do. Like getting a basic phone without data and doing an upgrade on it. Like someone said on another topic. They fired someone for doing that. He worked at a verizon store.
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