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Black Friday is nearly here and there are countless deals in stores and online. Here are five tech deals that you may want to check out.

Samsung Galaxy S 4 for $0 at Best Buy

The popular Samsung smartphone is currently available in stores and online at Best Buy for $0 with a two-year contract. Normally, the Galaxy S 4 costs $249. The retailer is selling the device in numerous different color options that work with AT&T, Sprint and Verizon. The deal ends Saturday.

$75 gift card with iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c at Wal-Mart

If you're looking to buy a new iPhone, Wal-Mart may be the place to do it. Starting at 8 a.m. Friday, the retailer will give customers who purchase a new iPhone a $75 Wal-Mart gift card. The iPhone 5s will be available for $189 while the iPhone 5c will cost $45, so you could essentially make money by buying the cheaper of the two devices. The deal is available when users purchase the gadgets with two-year contracts from Verizon or AT&T.

Gift cards with iPad Air, iPad mini with Retina at Target

The iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina just came out this month, but Target has a deal on both. Customers who purchase either version of the iPad mini, either last year's or the new Retina model, will get a $75 Target gift card.

The retailer will also give customers a $100 gift card whenever they purchase any version of the full-size iPad. That includes the iPad Air, which is available at a discounted starting price of $479. The deal kicks off on Thursday.

$199 Microsoft Surface at Best Buy and Microsoft Store

At $349, the Microsoft Surface is still a tough purchase for a tablet/laptop hybrid with poor battery, but at $199, you've got a deal.

The 32 GB tablet will be available at its $150 discounted price from Best Buy starting Thursday. Microsoft will also sell the tablet at that price. 

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