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NewsPoster Jan 3, 2014 03:12 AM
Best Buy offers 16GB iPhone 5s for $125, 16GB iPhone 5c free
Best Buy, which began offering the 16GB iPhone 5c <a href="http://www.electronista.com/articles/13/12/29/best.buy.offering.iphone.16gb.iphone.5c.for.free/">for free</a> with a contract at its stores and website on December 29, has now upped the ante on the promotion with a discount on the 16GB model of the more advanced iPhone 5s, which is <a href="http://www.bestbuy.com/site/searchpage.jsp?_dyncharset=ISO-8859-1&_dynSessConf=4986440793942369933&id=pcat17071&ty pe=page&ks=960&st=iphone+5s&sc=Global&cp=1&sp=&qp= currentprice_facet%3DSAAS~Price~%24100+-+%24149.99&list=y&usc=All+Categories&nrp=15&fs=saa s&iht=n&seeAll=">down to $125</a> (originally $200) through all major carriers until Sunday, January 5. The offer is available now online, with the in-store price dropping on Friday. Also ending Saturday is a $100 off promotion on all <a href="http://www.macnn.com/articles/13/12/15/best.buy.cutting.up.to.129.off.macbook.pro.prices/">non-Retina MacBook Pros</a>.<br /><br />The retailer says it has stock of all colors and configurations of iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s for Verizon, Sprint or AT&T for the sale. The 32GB iPhone 5c costs $80 (down from $100), and the $75 iPhone 5s discount is available for the larger capacity versions as well. The 32GB iPhone 5s costs $225 (normally $300), while the 64GB model costs $325 (originally $400). Each iPhone requires the activation of a new two-year contract.<br />
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The company is also offering <a href="http://macnn.com/rd/301637==http://www.bestbuy.com/site/apple-macbook-pro-13-3-display-4gb-memory-500gb-hard-drive/5430505.p?id=1218646127726&skuId=5430505&ref=25&lo c=SHP&srccode=cii_45538312&cpncode=27-266972570-2" rel='nofollow'>$100 off the retail price</a> of any current non-Retina MacBook Pro models, with that sale also scheduled to end after Saturday both in-store and online. In the few remaining states with no sales tax, the savings can be quite significant -- dropping the cost by well over $200 compared to the normal price with sales tax.
 
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