September 6, 2017

Tracfone Deals and Sales - September 2017

Best Deals and Discounts on Tracfone - September 2017

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Tracfone Sales and Deals - Sept 2017
Shopping for a new phone? Or just curious about any good deals? We've got some great deals and discounts on Tracfone devices here for you!

Tracfone sells their phones through a wide variety of methods, including stores like WalMart and Target, and many online retailers such as HSN, Amazon and eBay. You can also buy directly from Tracfone.

But how can you find the best prices on a new phone with so many different sellers? Right here!

We spend a lot of time checking and monitoring different phones available for Tracfone and the prices, and are sharing some of the best deals on a variety of phones here with our readers.

Often the best deals for a new phone are airtime bundles, where you can get a certain amount of airtime along with a new phone. In some cases, the airtime comes preloaded, so be aware of that.

Tracfone has made some Changes to Triple Minutes for Life. Follow the link to learn more about these changes, and how it may affect you.

We have included some smartphone options that you can bring to Tracfone's BYOP program, which is a great way to get a more powerful smartphone but continue to use prepaid service from Tracfone.

Let's take a look at the deals.

Tracfone Deals and Discounts List for September 2017

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LG Rebel 2 from HSN
LG Rebel 2 - $59 with 1200 Minutes
The second generation of the Rebel, the Rebel 2 comes with Android 6.0.1, a 5" touchscreen, 8 GB memory and a 1.1 Ghz processor. It is a modest upgrade over the original, and uses CDMA network (Verizon).

At $59 including a 1 year/1200 minute airtime bundle on HSN, this is a fantastic deal.

The LG Rebel 2 is limited in some ways, such as the low internal memory and RAM, and that it does not have triple minutes, but it is a great deal and a good option for low to moderate smartphone users.

ZTE ZFIVE - $79 with 1200 Minutes
A budget friendly phone that is relatively new, and comes with triple minutes, the ZTE ZFIVE has a 5" touchscreen, 8 GB memory, 1 GB RAM and a quad-core processor.

It is currently available form HSN with a 1200 minute/ 1 year service airtime bundle for $79

Take a closer look at this phone with our full ZTE ZFIVE Review. It is a great low cost option that still comes with triple minutes plus Android 6.0.

Samsung Galaxy Luna Pro (S327VL) - $99 with 1200 Minutes
The Luna Pro is a recently released smartphone that comes with several nice upgrades over the original Galaxy Luna such as a larger screen and more internal memory.

You get a 5" touchscreen, Android 6.0,1, 16 GB memory, 1.5 GB RAM and much more. Plus with the deal on HSN you also get 1200 talk/text/data and a year of service (worth $99) for just $99. The Luna Pro does not appear to include Triple Minutes for Life.

We will be reviewing this phone soon, for now, check it out the deal on HSN.

The Galaxy Luna Pro is also available on Amazon for $109 with a $40 airtime bundle that includes 1000 talk, 2000 texts and 2 GB data.

Great Deals on Unlocked Smartphones for Tracfone BYOP

For those who are looking for a little more flexibility, and performance, here are a couple great options on unlocked smartphones that can be used with Tracfone BYOP.

Moto E4 (Unlocked) - $129
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Moto E4 (Unlocked)
The E4 from Motorola is a low cost smartphone that still packs a punch when it comes to performance and the latest OS. The E4 features a 5" touchscreen, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB Memory, quad core processor and Android 7.1. It comes unlocked and can be used with either CDMA or GSM networks.

While just a little more expensive than some of the Tracfone smartphones, it is a step above in terms of performance, but still geared towards moderate cell phone users who want to run a handful of apps.

It is currently available from Amazon for $129 but Prime members can get it at a discount.

Moto G5 Plus (Unlocked) - $199
If you are looking for daily demands including a variety of apps and games, the Moto G5 Plus is a great option. It has a 5" touchscreen, 32 or 64 GB Memory, 2 or 4 GB RAM, an octa core processor, and Android 7.1. Learn more about this phone, including how to bring it to Tracfone BYOP, in our Moto G5 Plus Specs and Info post.

The G5 Plus is available for $199 from BHphotovideo or also available from Amazon (at a discount for Prime members).

That concludes the deals for this month, we hope these give you some options and ideas if you're shopping for a new phone.

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Rich said...

Great site, which I had seen it sooner. What is the difference between the Galaxy Sky (S320VL) and the Galaxy J3 Luna Pro please? I see both of these choices on Tracfone with the biggest difference appearing to be price.

Thank you!

ylvisari said...

How does the Moto e4 unlocked work with BYOP? A good fir?

Anonymous said...

I called TracFone with the same question. The Sky still offers triple minutes on the regular airtime cards, the Luna Pro does not (it may only accept the new SmartPhone cards...which are a bit more expensive and, to the best of my knowledge, ONLY available on the TracFone website).

T Whitney said...

The main difference I noticed between the Galaxy Sky and the Galaxy Luna Pro is a slight increase in processor speed on the Luna Pro. I think the issue with triple minutes isn't such a big deal. If I buy 1500 minutes/texts/megabytes for a triple minutes phone ($200), I'm paying 200/4500 or 4.44 cents per minute/text/MB. If I buy "smartphone only" minutes for $35 on my non-triple minutes smartphone, I get 750 minutes, 1000 texts, and 1GB of data. That means I pay 35/750 or 4.66 cents per minute, 35/1000 or 3.5 cents per text, and 3.5 cents per MB. So I pay a little more for voice while paint less for texts and data.