Best Buy's Galaxy S20 preorder deals paint the Plus in an exclusive Aura Blue

Best Buy's Galaxy S20 preorder deals paint the Plus in an exclusive Aura Blue
Best Buy has listed its Galaxy S20, S20+ and Ultra model offers, and, as usual, it will have a brand new and exclusive Aura Blue color to offer the Galaxy S20+ in, and it's a beauty, especially compared to Samsung's airy Cloud Blue.


While the color options boil down to personal preferences, and Samsung is known for releasing new ones post launch anyway, everyone loves a good bargain, and with the ones that Best Buy has lined up, the record high average price of the new S-line phones will be more palatable.


Galaxy S20 and Ultra deals at Best Buy



While not as enticing as the free Galaxy S20 off deal that AT&T offers, the Best Buy instant discounts of $150 for the S20 and S20+, or $50 for the Ultra, are nothing to scoff at when compounded. 


With a trade-in value of $600 for your old Galaxy S10, or $700 for your iPhone 11 Pro, for instance, and $150 Best Buy discount, you can get the Galaxy S20 5G and S20+ models for up to $850 less.




In addition, Samsung will give you $200 in store credit when you preorder, and tack on free Galaxy Buds+ for the quick ones, for $500 in gift, cards or store credits, in addition to whatever trade-in value you can muster for your trusted old daily driver.






Samsung Galaxy Z Flip deal at Best Buy



Best Buy is offering a similar scheme of discounts, sans the instant savings, for the foldable Galaxy Z Flip, too, and you can apply up to $350 value of the trade-in towards its $1380 price unlocked or activated on AT&T.


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