New Early Walmart Black Friday Features BlackBerry Phones With $100 Gift Card

Posted: Nov 11 2009, 8:37am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:24pm CDT, in News | Black Friday


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Walmart just announced their next round of early Black Friday deals starting this Saturday November 14th.
This time you can get a free $100 Walmart Gift card when you buy any BlackBerry phone Walmart offers with a new two-year contract.
Walmart sells BlackBerry phones from all four major carriers: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless.

Starting Saturday, Nov. 14th at 8 am through Nov. 20th, you will receive a $100 Walmart Gift Card with the purchase of any of the following BlackBerry devices with a two-year contract, at Walmart’s every day low prices:
- AT&T Curve 8310
- AT&T Bold 9000
- Sprint Curve 8330 (Red & Titanium colors)
- T-Mobile 8520 (Black, White, and Frost)
- T-Mobile Pearl 8120 (Emerald)
- Verizon Storm
- Verizon Storm II

A special online offer will also be available at, providing customers who purchase these BlackBerry devices online with a two-year contract, a $100 eGift Card that will be emailed in four to six weeks.

We will analyze this early Black Friday BlackBerry deal in more detail soon. I am not sure yet if this is indeed a great deal as Wireless resellers often give big discounts. Update: We just published an in-depth analyses of the Walmart BlackBerry Deals.

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