Boost Mobile Black Friday Deals for 2019: The Best Galaxy, iPhone & LG Prepaid & No Contract Cell Phone Deals Released by Consumer Articles
Black Friday experts share the best Boost Mobile prepaid & no contract deals for shoppers in 2019
BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–In search of the best Black Friday Boost Mobile deals for 2019? Online sales specialists at Consumer Articles have reviewed the top Samsung Galaxy S10E, Note10, Apple iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone XS cell phone Black Friday deals and are sharing their top picks below.
Best Boost Mobile deals:
- Save up to $220 on Samsung Galaxy smartphones at Boost Mobile – check live prices on top-rated Galaxy S10, Note 10, S9 & Note 9 models and refurbished models
- Save up to $250 on iPhone 11 Pro Max & Pro, iPhone 11, XS, XR, 8, 7 & 6s at the Boost Mobile online store – including lower prices on best-selling iPhone handsets
- Save up to $270 off on LG, Samsung Galaxy & more top-rated Android cell phones at Boost Mobile – enjoy instant savings on highly-rated 2019 Android & Apple cell phones
- Save up to 60% on a wide range of smartphones & Boost wireless plans at Boost Mobile – check live prices on best-selling iPhone and Android phone plans & Wi-fi hotspot plans from Boost
Black Friday deals are time sensitive. We recommend checking Amazon’s Black Friday deals page and Walmart’s Black Friday home page for their full range of live deals. Consumer Articles earns commissions from purchases made using the links provided.
Among all other telecom companies, Boost Mobile offers the least expensive cell phone plans on the latest phone models like the iPhone 11, Google Pixel 4, and Samsung Note10. Founded in 2000, the company has been exclusively offering plans for daily network service connectivity with the most affordable pricing. Their switch plan offers $25 per line for 4 lines, with unlimited data call & text.
What makes Black Friday deals special? Retailers entice shoppers with Black Friday savings typically ranging from 20% to over 50% off on a wide variety of products.
E-commerce portals continue to receive more traffic than brick-and-mortar stores during Black Friday. In 2018, 41.4 million went online to shop for holiday deals while only 34.7 million visited retail outlets, according to data from the National Retail Federation.
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