Deal: Samsung's Galaxy S10 phones are up to $200 off with activation on any major carrier
If you're in need of a Galaxy S10 smartphone and you don't plan to buy it unlocked, Samsung has a new offer for you. The company is currently taking up to $200 off most of its Galaxy S10 models* when they're purchased on any major US carrier: Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, or Sprint. In case you're wondering, this deal does not require trade-ins, but you're free to trade in an old smartphone in order to receive extra discounts.
phone, the following Galaxy S10 discounts are available:Assuming that you don't have or don't want to trade in an old
- Galaxy S10e - $50 off on T-Mobile (starting at $699 instead of $749) and $100 off on Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint (starting at $649 instead of $749)
- Galaxy S10 - $100 off on T-Mobile (starting at $799 instead of $899) and $200 off on Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint (starting at $699 instead of $899)
- Galaxy S10+ - $100 off on T-Mobile (starting at $899 instead of $999) and $200 off on Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint (starting at $799 instead of $999)
Best Buy is currently running a similar Galaxy S10 promotion, although the retailer excludes activations on T-Mobile (because Best Buy simply does not sell T-Mobile phones).
Do you plan to take advantage of any of the current Samsung Galaxy S10 deals available in the US? Let us know in the comments below!
* the Galaxy S10 5G (a Verizon-exclusive phone for now) is not included here