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Boost and Virgin Mobile Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals Revealed

Sprint's Boost and Virgin Mobile prepaid brands emailed at least some of their Black Friday deals to online publishers, including PrepaidPhoneNews, today. Here's what we have so far.

Virgin Mobile is departing from tradition by starting their Black Friday online sale early this year. The sale begins 11/24, the Monday before Thanksgiving, and runs through Cyber Monday, 12/1. Virgin isn't saying exactly when the deals start on 11/24 but traditionally Virgin and Boost sales start around 5 AM ET.

Unfortunately, the deals, listed below, aren't that great. Hopefully Virgin will add a doorbuster class deal or two to the mix before or during the Black Friday, Cyber Week madness.

HTC Desire 510 LTE Android phone $59.99 (reg $99.99)

LG Optimus F3 LTE Android phone $69.99 with code F3BFCJ10 (reg $129.99)

Kyocera Hydro Vibe LTE Android phone $89.99 (reg $149.99)

LG Optimus Volt LTE Android phone $107.99 (reg $179.99).

Samsung Galaxy S III LTE Android phone $149.99 (reg $249.99)

Boost Mobile's Black Friday sale starts on Black Friday itself, 11/28. There's no start time listed for it either but, as with Virgin, Boost's sales usually start around 5 AM ET. Again the deals aren't that special.

30% off all CPO (Certified Pre-Owned) phones (ends 12/1)

HTC Desire 510 $64.99 with code DESIREBFCJ10 (reg $99.99, ends 11/30)

LG Optimus F7 LTE Android phone $104.99 with F7CWCJ20 (reg $249.99, ends 12/1)

Samsung Galaxy S III LTE Android phone $194.99 (reg $249.99, ends 11/30)

ZTE MAX LTE Android Phablet $194.99 (reg $249.99, ends 11/30)

Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE Android phone $539.99 (reg $599.99, ends 11/30)

Boost Mobile's Cyber Monday Sale has a couple of decent deals, a $39.99 Moto G and $200 off the Galaxy S5. It starts sometime after 12:01 AM, but probably not before 5AM ET, on Cyber Monday 12/1.

Motorola Moto G Android phone $39.99 (reg $79.99, 12/1 only)

Kyocera Hydro ICON waterproof LTE Android phone $54.99 with code ICONCMCJ20 (reg $149.99, 12/1 only)

LG Volt LTE Android phone $79.99 (reg $179.99, 12/1 only)

ZTE Warp Sync LTE Android phone $89.99 with code SYNCCMCJ90 (reg $179.99, 12/1 only)

Samsung Galaxy S III LTE Android phone $149.99 (reg $249.99, 12/1 only)

Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE Android phone $399.99 (reg $599.99, 12/1 only)

Boost is also having a  Cyber Week Sale starting 12/2. The only deal that really stands out is the Sharp Aquos Crystal for $109.99.

CPO ZTE Warp Sequent Android phone $39.99 (reg $89.99, ends 1/5)

CPO Motorola Moto G Android phone $44.99 (reg $59.99, ends 1/5)

CPO Samsung Galaxy Prevail 2 Android phone $59.99 (reg $89.99, ends 1/5)

CPO LG Venice LTE Android phone 79.99  (reg $109.99, ends 1/5)

Sharp AQUOS Crystal LTE Android phone $109.99 with code CRYSTAL12CJ40 (reg $149.99, ends 12/15)

LG Optimus F7 LTE Android phone $149.99 with code F712CJ100 (reg $249.99, ends 12/30)

Be sure to visit PrepaidPhoneNews' Updated - 2014 Black Friday Deal Tracker for a complete listing of Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Cyber Week Deals from all online and brick and mortar retailers.


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  1. No, the deals don't look that spectacular at all. Looking like the occasional decent deals you see from time to time.... nothing like what one would expect from a spectacular Black Friday deal.

    Also missing, and troubling in its absence as time goes in, are any sort of good Virgin coverage/plan deals or changes. As Virgin falls behind the other prepaid providers who have been providing better and better deals.

  2. Sprint prepaid needs faculty plans badly.

    1. Explain please? I'd never heard of this, and I googled it, and all it came up with was meal plans.

  3. Let the speculation begin, anyone here think Boost will offer discount on the LG G2 in the coming holiday sales?

  4. What is the source link for this information? This does seem like much of a sale at all. I'm not sure I would have known it was a big sale if it wasn't framed as one.

    1. The source is emails that Virgin and Boost sent to their online affiliates. I agree that these aren't great prices.

    2. Cool, thanks. I was hoping there was a chance that the info was accurate but maybe incomplete. Darn!

      I still might pickup a Moto G though....

  5. So, this source is reliable then?

  6. Best buy and Walmart are offering the best deals. Check out some of their ads.

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