iPhone price cuts coming to Radio Shack and Target tomorrow?

Although it may or may not be a sign that a new iPhone is on the way, several tipsters have revealed that the price will drop on both the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 at Target and Radio Shack starting tomorrow.

Radio Shack plans on cutting the price on the 16GB iPhone 4 from $199.99 on a new two year contract to $169.99. The 32GB version will also drop $30 from $299.99 to $269.99 on a new two year contract. The 8GB version of the iPhone 3GS will be available for $19.99 on a new two year contract at Radio Shack as well. Target is also slashing their prices: the 16GB iPhone 4 will be available for $149.99 on a new two year contract on both Verizon and AT&T. Verizon is also cutting the price by $50 on the 32GB model at Target, but apparently AT&T is not.

You’ll also be able to get another $100 off your iPhone 4 if you trade in a iPhone 3GS at Target. It may not be news of a new iPhone, but everyone loves a price cut, especially on an item such as the iPhone 4.

Engadget/ PhoneArena

Author: Dakota Torres

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    Not really feeling the (alleged) new look of the iPhone 5? Absolutely need a new iOS handset this weekend? Then you may want to check out Radio Shack or Target tomorrow, as both retailers are reportedly planning price cuts for the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 tomorrow. According to a leaked screenshot sent to Engadget, Radio Shack will be slashing the price of the 8GB iPhone 3GS to $19.99, while AT&T’s 16GB and 32GB iPhone 4 will be priced at $169.99 and $269.99, respectively.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MTV3G5CFL6TZZPWEFMCADGRWOM Maritzasmith Smith

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2JWIVLZIN7NBRGVGZZYR53RLEU Ian Roger

    I doubt for a while too since they plan on releasing the iPhone to the
    rest of the world over the next years to come. But I noticed on eBay a
    sharp decline on the sales prices since release not too long ago. They
    are at par or sometimes lower than Apple’s retail pricing.