Fry’s Electronics Selling T-Mobile Galaxy Note II For $229, Deal Ends Tonight

It’s unfortunate that this deal is only going to help those of you who live or work around Fry’s Electronic locations, but a $229 price tag on a T-Mobile Galaxy Note II is hard to pass up. The deal is even harder to ignore when it’s good for both new and qualifying upgrades. This special sale doesn’t qualify for in-store reservation, so your best bet is to go early and hope you can snag one before Fry’s sells out. According to the retailer, both White and Silver are available but I’m not sure about that last color. My guess is a misprint and Fry’s has the Note II in both White and Pebble Blue.

If you can take advantage of this offer, I’d grab this price and never let go. To help you find the nearest Fry’s location, I’ve included both a store locator and the direct link to the page in their current weekly advertisement. Happy hunting.

Store Locator

Fry’s Electronics Note II Offer

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  • Oscar Dominguez

    You mean Titanium ( Your thinking GSIII).

  • whiteiphoneproblems

    The Note II comes in that grey (“silver”) color, not Pebble Blue…

  • thepanttherlady

    For us in Californian’s, Fry’s charges sales tax on the full value of the phone, not the sale price. :/

    • tranceformer978

      I’ve always found that idiotic. If I buy an item on sale (a car would be a good example), I would be taxed on the sale price not the retail price.

      • thepanttherlady

        I agree.

      • Wiiengineer

        It’s just another reason not to live in the state of California, they’re also subjecting to paying sales tax on Amazon purchases even though no one else in the country does.

    • whiteiphoneproblems

      Doesn’t the same apply if you buy a discounted/subsidized phone through a T-Mobile retail store, though(?)

      • thepanttherlady

        Yes; however, some retailers do not. For example, Walmart charges sales tax on the sale amount.

        Just wanted to point this out because there will be people out there expecting to pay tax on the sale amount. :)

    • adam

      Costco does the same here in Illinois but Fry’s does not. So strange.


    Classic Plan… any discounts for Value Plan accounts? No? :(

  • Tom

    Even at this price the Value Plan is still cheaper

  • Brown

    So this deal cant be ordered from their website?

  • Looks like the Value Plan is still the better deal especially with the $200 mail in rebate going on right now.

  • Justin Jackson

    I picked up my note 2 at cartoys for 184.99

  • predation

    $84 delivered to my door through loyalty bitches! Lol