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Amazon's Free Android Phone Black Friday Sale finally leads to Empty Warehouse Shelves

Nov 26 2011, 2:45pm CST | by , in Shopping | Black Friday

Amazon's Free Android Phone Black Friday Sale finally leads to Empty Warehouse Shelves

All Android smartphones sell for $0.01 on Amazon all week. Hotspot ready phones qualify on top for that for a free $100 gift card. This is the biggest smartphone sale I have ever seen and it is still going on until Cyber Monday 2011.

The highly anticipated Amazon Black Friday Deals Week 2011 has launched on Monday and with that Amazon pulled the trigger on a never before seen Android phone sale. All Android phones Amazon offers are essentially Free - they sell all for 1 Penny each (new contract required). This Android phone sale is now available for 5 days and now the top three most popular Android Phones are sold out. Looks like the actual Black Friday cleaned out Amazon's stock of the RAZR 4G, Samsung Galaxy S II Epic Touch 4G and HTC Rezound 4G. You can still though get these phones for 1 Penny, but they are backordered and ship in 8 to 9 days. I think this wait is still worth while to save $300 (+ $100 gift card when Hotspot feature activated). 

All other Black Friday Phone sales look bad compared to what Amazon pulled off this year. Walmart, Best Buy and Target all just had some phones on sale. Walmart did offer $100 gift cards, but the phones often have not been free. 

Shop the Big Penny Smartphone sale now on Amazon before it is over.

Shop the complete Amazon Black Friday Deals Week for deals in Electronics, movies, books, toys and more. 

Black Friday 2011 is over, but the Black Friday Deals are still here. Welcome to the Thanksgiving Sales Weekend. Today is Black Saturday and also Small Business Saturday.  Follow us on Twitter to not miss any Black Friday 2011 Deals. See also the latest Cyber Monday 2011 Ads and Deals.

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