Just yesterday we featured a deal for the AT&T version of the enormous LG Optimus G Pro over at Amazon Wireless, but if you're willing to put in a bit of legwork (and you live in one of a few specific areas in the US) you can do even better. Fry's electronics stores have the Optimus G Pro available for just $99.99 with a new two-year contract. That's a full half off of AT&T's retail price for the subsidized phone. Unfortunately, the deal is only valid in retail stores - Fry's online store is only allowing the $600 off-contract purchase at the moment.

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The Optimus G Pro is essentially LG's take on the Galaxy Note series, with a massive 5.5" 1080p display, 1.7Ghz Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, an IR blaster, and a 13MP camera. When compared to the slightly older Note 2, it wins out in pretty much every category, unless you really need the S-pen stylus of the latter.

Fry's brick and mortar locations are peppered throughout the larger cities in Texas and California, with additional locations in Duluth and Milton, GA, Downers Grove, IL, Fishers, IN, Las Vegas, NV, Wilsonville, OR, and Renton, Washington State. The deal may or may not be valid at all Fry's stores - it might be a good idea to call your local store first, especially if you've got a bit of a drive to get there.

Fry's - At&T LG Optimus G Pro $99.99* With 2 Year Contract

Thanks to commenter CricketUsersForum for the tip!

Jeremiah Rice
Jeremiah is a US-based blogger who bought a Nexus One the day it came out and never looked back. In his spare time he watches Star Trek, cooks eggs, and completely fails to write novels.
  • Jeff Hesser

    Loving this phone so far. Already have it rooted (thanks XDA) and just waiting for some custom roms! =] Steal of a deal at $100 but the folio case that came with the pre-order has made using this monster of a device way more plausible with one hand so consider picking that up.

  • Derail Doax

    I was waiting to see if Sprint would get the Optimus G Pro but on announcement Friday once I heard it was an At&t exclusive I went out that night and bought the HTC One. Shouldn't have made that exclusivity agreement LG, I'm sure you would have sold more putting it on all 4 major carriers... Being that the specs were so much higher than the Note 2 I was considering it.

    • http://twitter.com/snookasnoo Idon’t Know

      It's not up to LG.

  • BT

    I've had mine for a while now too, and I seriously love this thing. I'm not a "huge phone" fan, but this thing is really usable for me, and I have average size hands. That little slimmer width compared w/the Note/Note2 is noticeable and, IMO, a huge improvement. The screen is ridiculous (in a good way), and the rest of the specs are exactly what I've been waiting for (32GB AND SD, good processor, great battery life, manageable size, etc.). This phone brought me back to Android after a short hiatus (although, I'm still using my WP8 phone too...i like them both).

  • shanthandro

    I love this phone. Neat, precisely made. Can anyone point out good flip cover for this?