Save Up To $75 On Select Tablets And Smartphones At AT&T Deal Ends Tomorrow

At&t customers unite and rejoice. Were here to tell you of some pretty awesome deals that you can obtain through the end of tomorrow thanks to PCmag. This exclusive deal is only available through TechBargains, which lets you use a special coupon that will take $75 off your purchase when you buy a tablet or smartphone that is on the selected list. Not all devices and accessories are included in this deal, so you can put those ideas of a cheaper idevice right to bed. TechBargain is also offering free next business day shipping on your purchase with the use of the coupon, so not only do you save some money but you'll get your devices quick too. If you were in the market for a new phone or tablet, now would be the time to get. Especially with Christmas right around the corner, this could be a great last minute gift item.As stated above, all apple products are excluded from this deal, and you can't use the coupon to get a discount on Beats products either. If you want either one of those, you'll just have to pay full price or shop elsewhere. Even though those two particular product lines are out of the question, this coupon will still allow you to save some money and shipping fees on plenty of other great tech toys. You can grab a Galaxy Mega for $74.99, if that's your bag. It seems as though there are quite a few Galaxy products on the list, so if you're a samsung fan, and you subscribe to At&t, you should absolutely at least give this deal look see. There are a couple items outside the Samsung family tree as well, like the Moto X for $24.99 and the LG G2 for the same price. All these savings are looking pretty good and extremely hard to pass up. Need a new phone? Don't delay, as some of the deals may be gone by the time you make up your mind. You can grab all the details and get started with your order by heading over to TechBargains, and remember that you will be required to attach a 2-Year contract along with these savings deals.

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