Deal: Unlocked Galaxy S9 and S9+ now come with a free SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit

Deal: Unlocked Galaxy S9 and S9+ now come with a free SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit
Back in February, we reported about a Best Buy promotion that allowed US customers to get a free Samsung SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit when purchasing an unlocked Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S8, or Galaxy S8+

This week, Best Buy revived the promotion, but it dropped the Galaxy S8 series in favor of the new Galaxy S9 family - which is, of course, good news. There are no specific requirements for this deal, all you need to do is purchase an unlocked Galaxy Note 8 ($949.99), unlocked Galaxy S9 ($719.99), or unlocked Galaxy S9+ ($839.99). The free SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit might be shipped separately. 

The Samsung SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit is normally sold for around $200, and allows you to automate, monitor, and control your home - as long as you have a dedicated SmartThings app installed on your phone.

You can take advantage of this Best Buy deal by visiting the retailer's website via the source link below.


source: Best Buy 

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