Best Buy has deals on unlocked and carrier variants of the Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ and Galaxy Note 8


Samsung came up with three big winners in 2017 with the Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S8+ and the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. If you know some friends or family members who would love either one of these handsets (including yourself) and you still have to do some holiday shopping for them (and perhaps yourself), Best Buy has various deals on the 2017 Samsung flagship models.

Verizon customers can pick up the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 from Best Buy for $300 off, or $636. With the same discount, the Samsung Galaxy S8 for Big Red subscribers is $436, and the Samsung Galaxy S8+ is priced at $536. The phones can be purchased using Verizon's installment plans.

AT&T subscribers who purchase a Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ or Galaxy Note 8 will receive a free Galaxy S8 handset. That's the good news. The bad news is that you'll have to pay for both handsets at first, but you will receive monthly credits that will eventually add up to the amount you paid for the Galaxy S8, making it free. The credits run for the length of the installment plan you use when buying the phone. The choices are 24 months and 30 months. Oh yeah, you need to sign up for a $70 a month postpaid data plan or higher.

Sprint is the carrier that focuses on leases, so it's no surprise that Best Buy's deal for Sprint subscribers is based on a lease plan. Activate a new line and get 50% off the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ and Galaxy Note 8. The phone purchase must be made using the Sprint Flex Lease, and you will receive monthly credits over the 18 month lease. New subscribers must sign up for an an Unlimited Freedom plan. Existing subscribers can add a line using their current plan.

If an unlocked model is what you want, Best Buy has a deal here too. Buy the unlocked Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ or Galaxy Note 8 and Best Buy will hand you a $100 gift card and a free wireless charging pad. This model can be used on any of the four major stateside carriers.

If any of the three 2017 Samsung Galaxy flagships tickles your fancy, click on the sourcelink below.

source: BestBuy

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15 Comments

1. torr310

Posts: 1646; Member since: Oct 27, 2011

never feel the need of wireless charging because I need to use it when charging.

9. cncrim

Posts: 1586; Member since: Aug 15, 2011

Then you need a break away from the phone and have little life.

13. Mreveryphone

Posts: 1817; Member since: Apr 22, 2014

When charging at night I throw any of my wireless charging phones on the pad and night night... That's how I use mine anyway...

14. JC557

Posts: 1919; Member since: Dec 07, 2011

I never feel the need for wireless charging because my phone is done charging in a rather short amount of time and I have a fast charging mophie charger for those moments I need to top off if I actually needed to. I can still see the use for it though as one can just pick up the phone and walk off rather than unhooking the cable and storing the cable somewhere/ hanging it up.

6. Foxgabanna

Posts: 587; Member since: Sep 11, 2016

To be completely honest, i don’t even use wireless charging i can’t use the phone while it’s charging.

7. BuffaloSouce unregistered

Wow people complaining about a FREE wireless charger because they don’t use it....IT’S FREE....just shut up and take it! Wireless charging is convenient for someone like me because I’m not a zombie with their phone glued to their face 24/7 so I just plop it down and go on with my day.

12. Foxgabanna

Posts: 587; Member since: Sep 11, 2016

Well some of us actually have “People” we talk to and have to communicate with. Sorry some of our lives are as cut and dry as yours.

15. thedizzle

Posts: 196; Member since: Oct 05, 2017

Lol I sold my free wireless charger when i got my note 8.

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