Best Buy offers $150 Galaxy S9/S9+ savings and a nice freebie with carrier activation

Best Buy offers $150 Galaxy S9/S9+ savings and a nice freebie with carrier activation
Samsung is obviously betting big on the universally praised Galaxy Note 9, which seems to have gotten off to a flying start at the box-office, despite certain analysts expecting the company’s market share numbers to continue dropping due at least in part to this new flagship.

But whether or not the Note 9 will strike gold, Samsung may also try its best to keep the Galaxy S9 and S9+ in the limelight for a while longer. No better way to do that than frequently discounting the two early 2018-released high-enders, as well as offering other deal sweeteners on top of actual savings.

Best Buy is at it again today, slashing Galaxy S9 and S9+ prices during this Labor Day weekend in addition to holding that massive sale on everything Apple-related. As always, there’s a catch you need to consider before pulling the trigger, as the latest $150 markdown is only good with “qualified activations” on monthly installment plans.

That means you’ll have to agree to pay Verizon or Sprint 24 monthly fees or 30 to AT&T. If you don’t have a problem with that, all that’s left to do is choose your network and device size.
The smaller S9 currently fetches $26.75 a month for Verizon or Sprint and $21.33 on AT&T, amounting to a grand total of $640 or so. Meanwhile, the larger, dual camera Galaxy S9+ will set back Verizon and Sprint subscribers $31.75 a month or $25.49 if you want to sign an agreement with AT&T. All in all, that equates to around $760, down from $910 or so. 

Even better, the AT&T, Verizon and Sprint-locked S9 and S9 Plus from Best Buy are sold alongside free fast charge wireless charging stands right now, adding a decent $70 value to an already solid deal.

source: Best Buy

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