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Best Buy offers $25 gift card for iPhone 5 purchases
Friday, December 7, 2012 @ 10:18am

Best Buy is now offering a $25 gift card with any online iPhone 5 purchase. The bonus applies to any model or carrier, although the card can't be put towards the cost of the phone itself, and is only available to people activating a phone for a two-year contract. As a plus, though, cards are being awarded for both in-store pickup and delivery orders.



The deal ends on December 15th, the same day as $20 sales by Target and RadioShack. Those apply only to AT&T iPhones, but cut the $20 off of the pricetag, leaving an iPhone as cheap as $180 on contract.

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