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Kmart Advertising Original Sprint Galaxy Tab for $100

Posted In Deals, News - By Mark Hearn On Sunday, August 7th, 2011 2:10pm PST With 2 Comments

Have you been considering picking up a tablet, only to be turned off by the near laptop price tags? Well attention Kmart shoppers! We’ve just received an ad listing Sprint’s version of the original 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab for $99.99. ┬áThat’s a full one hundred bones off of Sprint’s price of $199.99, but it gets even better! The Kmart ad also lists this offering as an instant saving, so there’s no mail-in rebate to worry about. Of course there’s a two-year contract and data plan required, but that is pretty much standard. We’d also like to point out that in spite of the ad’s listing, the tablet does in fact ship with Android 2.3. The original Galaxy Tab may not have all the extra bells and whistles that Samsung’s newborn does, but $100 definitely is an attractive price point.

 

 

Thanks JB!

About - Mark is the founding father of SprintFeed. He is a nerd's nerd if ever such a thing existed. His love affair with the Now Network started with the release of the Treo 600 back in 2004 and has been going strong ever since. Highly opinionated and somewhat eccentric he shares his ramblings about his network of choice here at SprintFeed.

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  1. Bobmer5 says:

    Went online, called local Kamrts and chatted with representative on-line and they are not aware of this tablet for this price. It seems to be a FAKE AD!!

  2. Mark Hearn says:

    The ad is real,we verified it. Perhaps it doesn’t apply to your region. The ad came from California (Los Angeles County), not sure where you’re located. We’d never post a fake ad, sorry it didn’t work out for you.

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