Amazon has always been a major player when it comes to Black Friday sales and deals. They oftentimes waste little time when it comes to holding off advertising for Black Friday, and they regularly cut prices to the extent that few people have seen before. This year is no exception to that rule, as the online retail giant is unleashing two of the best Android smartphones on the market this year – for virtually no cost.

The HTC One M8 and the LG G3 will both cost just $0.01 with 2-year contract at AT&T, Sprint or Verizon Wireless, and the best part is that shoppers will not even have to wait to take advantage of the deal – as the company will be offering their Black Friday deals, which started on Friday. Overall, it is by far the best deal on top-end smartphones that has been found since a few retailers began noting that they would significantly knock the price down on iPhone 6 devices, but even getting $100, or so, off of an iPhone, the cost-effectiveness of buying a phone that will literally cost $0.01 is something that very few could argue with.

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At the end of the day what we are seeing is companies becoming more aggressive with their Black Friday deals, as well as their planning going into how they handle the holidays. The truth is that while these deals are great, it is likely, that the lightning deals that the company has been offering, could be the far more rewarding deals that end up being available this Black Friday.

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The customers are there, and that is another thing that ultimately is most important to Amazon in making deals like this possible. Last year between Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday, the company says that their customers were ordering five toys per second, through their mobile devices – and deals like these lightning deals are the ideal scenario for shoppers who are doing their bidding through their smart devices.



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