Get $50 Off Any Style Blackberry Curve


Eagerly waiting for the price on the Blackberry Curve 8900 to go down? The wait is over because thanks to T-Mobile and RIM (Research In Motion) you can now send in your old phone and get $50 off toward a new Blackberry Curve series model. Yes that includes the Curve 8900, Curve 8520, and Curve 8320.  More details after the jump!


Here’s how it works:

  1. Print, bookmark, or email yourself this e-coupon so you have it handy.
  2. Buy and activate a BlackBerry device with T-Mobile – either online or at any retail location.
  3. Go online to and use the promo code fliptoablackberry for access.
  4. Fill in some info about your old phone and print out a free shipping label.
  5. Send in all of the below items before November 18th, 2009 (letter must be post-marked prior to November 18th, 2009).
    1. The old phone.
    2. A copy of the UPC code from the box of your new BlackBerry smartphone.
    3. A copy of the invoice/receipt from the purchase of your new BlackBerry smartphone.

    Tip: Ask the sales rep to make copies of these before you leave the store!

  6. Once the old phone is received, we will mail you a check for a minimum of $50*.
  7. Note: Please pack up your old phone carefully with lots of padding – when we receive it, it must be in the condition you specified on the website or you will not get the $50*. Additional terms and conditions on request. LIMITED-TIME OFFER ENDS NOVEMBER 18th 2009


    Visit Flip To A Blackberry for full terms and conditions

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  • eli

    this promotion has been running for two months now

  • bree70

    The promo that has been running was for the Blackberry Flip 8220 you clown. Yes. I called you a clown eli.

  • Tehseen

    isnt the second phone from the right a 9700?

  • Kickstar13

    Yes its been running for a while now but the OFFER ENDS NOVEMBER 18th 2009.

    No that is not the Blackberry 9700 because if you look closely it has a trackball, the 9700 has optical trackpad.

  • Tehseen

    Ahh I see, the 8520 trackball area and the 9700 trackpad look nearly the same by design

  • bill

    Could they define working? Mine works but the screen is cracked so you can’t see anything.

  • craig

    And this requires the data plan contract no doubt? I’ll stick with roaming craigslist for a deal.

  • Kickstar13

    You will not get any discount if the screen is broken, damaged, or leaking. Also it can’t have liquid damage or corrision.

  • Mr T-Mobile

    But they just raised prices by $30 in Columbia, SC so that’s just a $20 net savings. What do you get for the price increase? Car charger and phone case included.

  • pelotudo

    IS 50 DOLLARS FOR FLIPING Any phoe for a blackberry and 75 for fliping a blackberry to buy a nother on

  • bolthead

    Kickstar13 says:
    No that is not the Blackberry 9700 because if you look closely it has a trackball, the 9700 has optical trackpad.

    No, the 8520 and the 9700 BOTH utilize the optical direction control. But the one pictured above (shown with the optical direction control) is the 8520 the phone on the far right is the 8900.

  • Kickstar13

    Isn’t that what I said?