Galaxy S3: Sprint To Offer Buy-One-Get-One Free Deal From Today

By Anu Passary | Dec 07, 2012 07:38 AM EST

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Samsung fans are in for some good news. A leaked advertisement from U.S. carrier Sprint reveals that the carrier will be offering buy-one-get-one (BOGO) free deals on select Samsung Galaxy devices, including the Galaxy S3 smartphone, from Friday Dec 7.

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Those who were hoping for an offer on the Galaxy Note 2 will be disappointed as the BOGO deal will only be available for the best-selling Galaxy S3, the Galaxy Victory, and Galaxy S2 smartphones.

"After a couple of Sprint Black Friday leaks here and there, our anonymous tipster is going for a hat trick by revealing the Now Network's pre-Christmas festivities. Running December 7th through 24th, the house of Hesse will be offering a buy one get one free special on the Samsung Galaxy S III, Galaxy S II and Galaxy Victory," reported Engadget.

Sprin'st Leaked BOGO Ad For Samsung Galaxy Phones(Credit; Engadget)
Sprin'st Leaked BOGO Ad For Samsung Galaxy Phones(Credit; Engadget)

Per the Engadget report, the tipser has also let on that the limited period offer will be valid for new and eligible upgrading customers alike, and will be available on a new two-year contract on the carrier.

"Buy a select Samsung Galaxy phone and get the same model free. Now through 12/24," reads the leaked Sprint advert.

The pricing for the devices is not known. Currently, Sprint offers the Galaxy S3, Galaxy S2, and Galaxy Victory for $199.9, $99.99, and $49.99,respectively, on a two-year contract.

Stocks are expected to be limited and, therefore, consumers who are looking at snapping up the BOGO deal from Sprint would be well advised to avail the offer as soon as it becomes obtainable.

Since the deal is anticipated to last till Dec. 24, Christmas shoppers can easily take advantage of the BOGO deal from Sprint.

Would you go for this tempting offer and pick up the Galaxy S3, Galaxy S2, or the Galaxy Victory from Sprint?

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