TracFone Deals – Free Samsung t301g, Promotional Codes

Keeping up with tradition, TracFone is once again offering a few deals in connection with Valentine’s Day. On the front page of their web site, TracFone advertises a few promotional codes, most of which we’ve already known about for some time, as well as one new code. The new code is 71172, which awards 60 bonus minutes with the addition of a 120 minute card. The other codes are as follows:

  • code 54630 for 20 bonus minutes on a 200 minute card
  • code 73264 for 200 bonus minutes on a 1-year, 400 minute card
  • code 61500 for 250 bonus minutes on a 1-year, 800 minute, DMFL card

(For more codes, please consult the TracFone Promotional Code database.)

Perhaps a more interesting deal is the offer of the Samsung T301g in a package deal, this time bundled with a 60-minute card. For $19.99, you can get a free (reconditioned) T301g, which includes standard Double Minutes for Life, along with a 60-Minute card. Click here to get to TracFone’s phone offer page, then look for the banner like the one shown to the right. This package is currently being offered from TracFone.com in all GSM markets.

This deal will also qualify for free shipping, as well as a $3 discount when you use code 23444 at checkout. If you want to order two of these packages, use code 44477 for $5 off (44477 requires a minimum $25 purchase).

Note: I have a material relationship with one or more of the brands mentioned in this post.

 

Keeping up with tradition, TracFone is once again offering a few deals in connection with Valentine’s Day. On the front page of their web site, TracFone advertises a few promotional codes, most of which we’ve already known about for some time, as well as one new code. The new code is 71172, which awards 60 bonus minutes with the addition of a 120 minute card. The other codes are as follows:

code 54630 for 20 bonus minutes on a 200 minute card

code 73264 for 200 bonus minutes on a 1-year, 400 minute card

code 61500 for 250 bonus minutes on a 1-year, 800 minute, DMFL card

(For more codes, please consult the TracFone Promotional Code database.)

Perhaps a more interesting deal is the offer of the Samsung T301g in a package deal, this time bundled with a 60-minute card. For $19.99, you can get a free (reconditioned) T301g, which includes standard Double Minutes for Life, along with a 60-Minute card. This package is currently being offered from TracFone.com in all GSM markets.

This deal will also qualify for free shipping, as well as a $3 discount when you use code 23444 at checkout. If you want to order two of these packages, use code 44477 for $5 off (44477 requires a minimum $25 purchase).

21 thoughts on “TracFone Deals – Free Samsung t301g, Promotional Codes

    • The phone banner says “while supplies last.” In the past, the V-Day deals have lasted until near the end of February, if I remember correctly.

  1. Is it true that the code for a free accessory kit will not work with the Samsung 301 refurb?

    If we buy 2 packages, can we use both the $3 code and the $5 for a total of $8 off? Since these qualify for free shipping, if we can’t use both codes it would be better to do separate orders.

    Thanks.

    • Anne, I believe the accessory kit offered by TracFone is not compatible with the Samsungs, so maybe that’s why it’s not working. Also, a TracFone order is limited to one discount code per transaction. So the best you could do is order a single t301g package and get a $3 discount, or order two and get a $5 discount.

      • pushbx2, the order for a new Samsung T301g includes a free accessory kit. The descripion of the accessory kit specifically includes the Samsung T101g, T210g and T301g.

        Only the refurb/card combo excludes the accessory kit. What do we have to do to get a free accessory kit?

        • Anne, I’m sorry, I’m not sure about that. I based my previous answer on the accessory kits I’d received in the past, which were called “universal,” but did not include any Samsung adaptesr. These kits were some that I had received in the fall of last year.

  2. I wonder when TracFone will be coming-out with new phones?? I just wish TracFone (even if they own both services) could follow in Net10 Unlimited’s and StraightTalk’s path of creating an unlimited plan, with a few phones that could fit it [like simple touchscreen phones and QWERTY-slider phones]. Just saying

  3. It’s been awhile since I’ve visited your site. The reason for that is because I switched to post-paid Verizon service back in July. I was pleased that I was able to keep the number from my TracFone and the port went smoothly as well. I am pleased with my service as Verizon/Alltel has far better coverage where I live than AT&T. Thank you for serving your readers so well about discounts and promotional codes and doing phone reviews. You were very helpful and I enjoyed reading your phone reviews despite not getting a new phone once the entire time I had TracFone. In fact my Mother’s LG 600G broke and she is using my old LG CG225 still. The reason I am posting here today is to inform you of several new phones for TracFone/Net10/Straight Talk that I discovered through the FCC.
    The LG 420G is a GSM phone with a camera and bluetooth. Based on the model number it is the successor to the LG 410G so most likely it is the same form factor (flip).
    The LG 320G is a GSM phone and is most likely a candybar style.
    The LG 620G is a GSM phone with camera, bluetooth, MP3 player, and FM radio.
    The LG 231C is a CDMA 1x phone with a camera, bluetooth, and GPS (note that all new phones must have GPS to comply with E911 laws). It is the successor to the LG 220C.
    The LG 900G is a GSM phone and that is all I know about it. Based on the model number I assume it is a higher-end model.
    Two new Samsung models also appear. The Samsung T105G and the T155G. I’m not sure what to make of the model numbers. What I do know about them is that they are GSM phones and will have SMS text messaging capability.
    As for possible release dates, I have no clue. I posted the LG phones in order of the most recent submissions to the FCC, so the ones towards the bottom of the list will most likely be commercially available before the others. Again thank you for your great posts in the form of product reviews and information to give TracFone users a better pre-paid experience.

    • Thanks Steven!
      That is awesome info. I’m a little surprised to see news of new models already, so close behind the Samsung T401g, r451c, and Finesse as well as the LG 100c, 220c, and 290c. Since most of those models are GSM, it looks like they’ll be headed for TracFone and Net10 rather than Straight Talk.
      The LG 231c also looks like it might have some appeal, depending on the price, if it sounds as good as the LG’s from last fall. If you take the LG 220c and add a camera, and charge just $10 more for it, I think it would be a very popular model.
      The LG 900g is also very intriguing, if the 900 model number is any indication of the features it will include. Based on the model numbering of the all the other LG GSM models in the last 3-4 years, the 900g should be a very feature-rich model.

      • http://fcc.gov/oet/ea/fccid/

        From here click advanced search. This gives you a long list of filter options. The FCC assigns every manufacturer a unique 3 character grantee code. Some examples relevant to TracFone are:
        BEJ-LG
        A3L-Samsung
        And from here it takes a bit of common sense. I’ve noticed that every recent LG phone for TracFone starts off with the letters “LG” in the product code. I think it’s obvious by now that a “G” at the end signifies that it is a GSM model, and a “C” is a CDMA phone. I also typed in show 500 records at a time as this is the maximum it allows. Once I submit the search I click Grant Date to order the list by most recent submissions. Not all of the information is available in every individual submission for a device, so it takes a few clicks once you narrow down a possible contender. Also, some information is permanently and temporarily not available to the public. The temporary information is usually withheld for a period of 180 days, but as soon as it becomes commercially available the information is made public. When you click to view details about a submission you are warned that because this information is provided by the manufacturer and not the FCC that they may not be virus-free. I have never gotten a virus by opening an FCC submission, but I’ve never tried opening one from a computer that wasn’t either a Mac or didn’t have anti-virus software installed, so your experience may be different. Once you open a submission, you can click on something along the lines of “HAC Model Letter” to find out features and frequency bands of a given device. Once 180 days have passed or the device becomes commercially available a first-draft type user manual and internal and external pictures can be viewed. This is often helpful in determining the capacity of the battery and provides higher-res photos than may be available from TracFone. I also personally think that the user manuals posted here are better than the one’s provided by carriers. Please note that many of the phones submitted to the FCC are pre-production models and that the appearance of the real thing may be slightly different.

  4. I’ve noticed a new Tracfone ad for the LG600g reconditioned,DMFL, free accessory kit,free ground shipping for $19.99. When I clk on it and put in my zip code on the Tracfone website, it doesn’t come up.

    • Most likely that’s an old add. Sometimes the people that are putting up the advertising don’t stay up to date very well. Also, TracFone’s advertising program kind of stinks since they don’t allow for ads to take you straight to the info page for the product they’re advertising.

  5. Around Christmas I ordered four accessory kits in seperate orders and only one of the four stated it was also for the Samsung 101, 201, 301. None of the orders included a Samsung phone.

      • well i havent heard anything about it, but the title got me kind of excited of what features might be on it. I was hoping you could tell me if it was touch screen or not. I just don’t like the touch screen phone that StraightTalk has to offer. Well thanks anyway.

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