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.
Assuming that you don't have or don't want to trade in an old phone, the following Galaxy S10 discounts are available:
- 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