Best Buy offers mind-blowing Galaxy S10 series and Note 9 savings with installments

Best Buy offers mind-blowing Galaxy S10 series and Note 9 savings with installments
If you still haven't been able to find the right Galaxy S10 deal for you among a recent avalanche of cool freebies and big discounts offered by top-rated eBay sellers, major third-party retailers like Best Buy, B&H Photo Video, and Costco, as well as Samsung itself, perhaps a fresh batch of promotions for AT&T and Sprint subscribers will hit the spot.

This unsurprisingly comes from Best Buy, the uncrowned king of killer bargains involving monthly installments and bill credits. In addition to the entire Galaxy S10 family, the slightly older Galaxy Note 9 is also on sale at the time of this writing for hardcore S Pen fans and hole punch display haters.

If you're in the market for a Galaxy S10e at an unbeatable price, you'll have to get the flat-screened 5.8-incher on a 24-month Sprint device payment plan, with new lines and new accounts scoring a whopping $510 discount. That means you'll only need to cough up $10 a month for two years, amounting to an incredibly affordable grand total of 240 bucks for an extremely well-reviewed handset with a Snapdragon 855 processor, 6GB RAM, 128GB internal storage, dual 12 + 16MP rear-facing cameras, 3,100 mAh battery capacity, and a very reliable side-mounted fingerprint scanner.

The 6.1-inch and 6.4-inch Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus, meanwhile, are available at special prices for both AT&T and Sprint customers, getting a flat $300 reduction on the former carrier and up to a mind-blowing $540 markdown on the latter. The smaller variant is actually eligible for the higher discount, fetching $15 instead of $37.50 a month for two years for a total of only $360. Sprint's Galaxy S10+ is a pretty solid bargain as well, setting you back $25 a month ($600 all in all) after $400 savings applied to your bill in the form of credits.

Finally, the Galaxy Note 9 is up for grabs starting at $23.33 a month with AT&T Next plans and $25 a month on Sprint, amounting to $700 and $600 respectively after up to $400 discounts. Those are some pretty amazing deals for some pretty amazing high-end phones, don't you think?

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