Today, March 16, marks the glorious beginning of a new chapter in Samsung's flagship Galaxy S-line. Alternatively, we could just say that the Galaxy S9
, the newest high-end phones from the world's largest Android maker, will be available for purchase in Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Best Buy and other stores, the minute you walk into the door.
Those of you who already preordered since the March 2nd opening
, should already have an S9 or S9+ taken from their front porch, but those who were holding off can now do it live and in person anywhere closest to them.
We already rounded up the best deals you can hope for
, but Verizon one-upped the crowd today, and immediately announced a BOGO deal for both the Galaxy S9
and S9+, no trade-in required. The S9 goes for $799.99, and the S9+ for $929.99, so that's quite a lot of change saved up. So, how much will the S9 and S9+ set you back? Here's the scoop.
|Samsung Galaxy S9||Samsung Galaxy S9+||Perks|
|Verizon||$799.99 or |
$33.33 per month for 24 months
or $38.74 per month for 24 months
or $26.34 per month for 30 months
or $30.50 per month for 30 months
or $30 per month
or $30 per month with $120 down
|$360 trade-in offer for iPhone 6s and up, or Galaxy S7 and up|
or $33 per month for 24 months
or $38 per month for 24 months
|Galaxy Forever program is included with all S9 and S9+ purchases. Up to $350 off with an eligible trade-in.|
|Samsung (unlocked)||$719.99 |
or $30 per month for 24 months
or $35 per month for 24 months
|up to $350 off when you trade in your current device|
|Best Buy||-||-||Up to $100 off in addition to the up to $350 off when you trade in your current device.|