Discount on the Incredible?General


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  1. Red Leader

    Red Leader Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Was anyone able to get a discount on the incredible as an existing customer? I'm talking about discounts other than the new every 2 and online instant rebate. I have heard rumblings of "a customer appreciation" discount.
     

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  2. crashdogy

    crashdogy Well-Known Member

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    I paid $106.99
     
  3. Red Leader

    Red Leader Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Would you mind sharing how?

    I'd rather spend the savings on accessories...
     
  4. shopkins

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    I just ordered online ar Verizon's site: $149.99
     
  5. Bundy

    Bundy Well-Known Member

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    How are you guys getting the discounted rate? NE2 or are you just some real smooth-talkers? :cool:
     
  6. ximfinity

    ximfinity Well-Known Member

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    It's probably $150 = $50 NE2 and $100 = $100 old NE2
     
  7. crashdogy

    crashdogy Well-Known Member

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    Due to problems with my blackberry storm 9530 and talking to a supervisor. :mad:, The starting price was $299.99, Supervisor then moved my upgrade date to 4/1/2010. So that was $100.00 off, plus if you order online and renew contracty for 2years you get $100.00 instant rebate. i paid $106.99 with Tax.:D
     
  8. ghettosmurf60

    ghettosmurf60 Active Member

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    my NE2 discount was only 30 bucks??
     
  9. sararose

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    Paid $109.24 (yay 10% Chicago tax... :mad:)

    I renewed my contract for another 2 years for the $230 off, then I have the old New Every 2 which is $100 off, and then an Instant $100 rebate for doing the transaction online. Came out to $99.99 before tax.
     
  10. ximfinity

    ximfinity Well-Known Member

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    Yea it depends when you last got it, how much the plan you had for the last 2 years cost, etc..

    typically most people get the $50 NE2

    I'm not sure how you ended up with only $30
     
  11. darewinder

    darewinder Well-Known Member

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    I paid 106 as well with 2 year upgrade. My contracts ends in december/2010 so I when I called to upgrade they told me I am will be getting additional for extra $100 discount for being verizoncustomer.

    I was going to cancel my service but after hearing the upgrade discount i went ahead and upgraded
     
  12. aovakyan

    aovakyan New Member

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    california u pay 9 percent on the full retail price... paid $50 doalls in tax!
     
  13. Vihzel

    Vihzel Destroying Balls Everyday VIP Member

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    Hmm... when I try to preorder on Verizon, I only get the $100 online instant rebate. So mine comes to $214.00 for the device. Shouldn't I be getting another $100 off for renewing for another 2 years?
     
  14. BlueSnake01

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    Me too, I was surprised at first why most were only paying $10 on taxes, I thought I did something wrong. Then I saw it was taxes on full retail price :( Pretty stupid if you ask me.
     

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