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Sprint.com has their Samsung Galaxy Nexus Extended 2100mAh Lithium Ion Battery & Battery Door for Free when you apply promo code BATTERY1 (apply at checkout). Shipping is free.

 

I'm sure this will cancel, but it lets you check out for free with free shipping on this battery.  No strings attached.

 

http://shop.sprint.com/mysprint/shop/accessory/ao_landingPage.jsp?deviceId=SPHL700KIT&categoryRefName=Chargers%2b%2526%2bBatteries&selectedAccessoryID=BXS3780Q

 

 

 

 

 

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Just ordered mine too. Thanks for letting us know.

 

One thing I noticed is that shipping method states

 

Shipping method
 
Pick Up In Store, Ship Accessories
Credit card:
 
American Express
S************ L********
XXXXXXXXXXX*****0
**/****

 

 

Any one got the same after selecting free shipping ?

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thats why its a Slickdeal - you snooze, you lose! I bet mine will cancel anyway.. If it doesn't, anyone want a free battery?

well I will just get one on amazon. I am gonna be getting the nexus 5 in a month or so
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Sprint.com has their Samsung Galaxy Nexus Extended 2100mAh Lithium Ion Battery & Battery Door for Free when you apply promo code BATTERY1 (apply at checkout). Shipping is free.

 

I'm sure this will cancel, but it lets you check out for free with free shipping on this battery.  No strings attached.

 

http://shop.sprint.com/mysprint/shop/accessory/ao_landingPage.jsp?deviceId=SPHL700KIT&categoryRefName=Chargers%2b%2526%2bBatteries&selectedAccessoryID=BXS3780Q

nuts..missed it..:)

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that's crazy. Was there a order limit? Sent from my SPH-L720 using Tapatalk

I'm not sure, but I ordered one per line on my account. And billed to my account instead putting in a credit card. The deal is over now, but if you put more than 1 on the same ticket it would charge for the second battery and shipping.

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