And the holiday deals keep piling up at possibly the most generous US mobile carrier this Black Friday and Cyber Monday, with the third Cricket special offer in effect before the first two could expire.

Yes, you can still get $100 shopping cards when you switch to AT&T’s prepaid daughter operator by December 6, as well as phones like the Motorola Moto E and LG Risio completely free of charge without contractual obligations through January 7.

Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy S6 is now available for what must be an all-time record low of $250, while the Galaxy S5 costs $200, and the GS4 sets you back a measly $100. All three price tags are slashed by 50 percent, and technically valid online until Thursday, December 3… or as long as supplies last.

Something tells us inventory for this Cyber Monday steal might be greatly limited, as Cricket’s own VP and chief marketing officer, Janna Ducich, says “Samsung lovers need to be ready early Monday morning.”

Keep in mind the cheapest unlocked Galaxy S6 circles the $500 mark, and though you’re required to activate the $250 phone on a $40 per month minimum plan, plus use it on Cricket and Cricket alone, the discount remains mind-blowingly massive.

The same obviously goes for the older but decently enduring S5 and S4, currently available unlocked at no less than $350 and $260 respectively. Good guy Cricket strikes again!

Source: PR Newswire

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