Best Buy lets you easily save up to $400 on Samsung's Galaxy S8, S8+, and Note 8

Best Buy lets you easily save up to $400 on Samsung's Galaxy S8, S8+, and Note 8
It’s a little odd to see Samsung’s newest high-end smartphones discounted more often and more drastically than their predecessors, but if you’ve been waiting for a killer deal on last year’s Galaxy S8, S8+, or Note 8, now might be the perfect time to pull the trigger.

Best Buy is currently advertising massive savings of between $200 and $400 with “qualified activation”, and yes, the maximum discount is even available for the cheapest of the three aforementioned handsets without a mandatory installment plan.

Believe it or not, AT&T customers can pay a one-time upfront fee of just $254.99 (down from a $654.99 list price) to own an aging but enduringly respectable Samsung Galaxy S8 with a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED “Infinity” screen, Snapdragon 835 processor, 4GB RAM, and 64GB internal storage space.

Alternatively, AT&T Next agreements will let you split the already low cost of the phone in 30 monthly payments of $8.49 each (down from $21.84), amounting to the same $255 or so grand total. Sprint and Verizon subscribers can also purchase the GS8 at a substantial discount, having to cough up $322 and $350 respectively upfront.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy S8+ is available at the time of this writing in exchange for $355 and $394 on AT&T and Sprint respectively, which you can either pay all at once or split in interest-free monthly installments.

Last but certainly not least, AT&T subscribers can get the Galaxy Note 8 through Best Buy at $500 instead of $900 right now, with the same 2017 S Pen-wielding powerhouse up for grabs with Sprint activations at $560. 

These are great prices across the board for excellent Android phones with (almost) no strings attached. What more could you want for Christmas?


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2 Comments

1. Rocket

Posts: 640; Member since: Feb 24, 2014

Wow! those are really nice deals.

2. Vogue1985

Posts: 439; Member since: Jan 24, 2017

Plan stupid deals like this bring the value of the phones down. Might as well switch to Oneplus or Apple.

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