Best deals this week: $200 off the Z Fold 2, iPhone 12 Pro Max and S21 Ultra BOGO

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Best deals this week: $200 off the Z Fold 2, iPhone 12 Pro Max and S21 Ultra BOGO

Samsung Galaxy phone deals


Samsung's Mother's Day offers are up and give you the 256GB S21 series models for the price of 128GB base ones. It still offers offers unsurpassed trade-ins, and the deals have trickled down to the new Galaxy A52 and below models. Samsung's own website is still the place to get exclusive colors and free accessories, too.

Samsung has some new trade-in deals on the fresh Galaxy A52 and A42 for Verizon, while it keeps the $200 store credit for the Galaxy S21 Ultra, and cuts a Benjamin off the S21+ or S20 FE by the way of store credit, plus there are generous discounts for your older phone as well.

Costco, eBay, Walmart, OnePlus.com, and Best Buy phone deals


OnePlus has great deals on phones from the Nord and 8-series, and you can now score $350 off the Galaxy S21 Ultra at Best Buy with Verizon activation. Costco still has the iPhone 12 on AT&T basically for a profit ($3.33/month plus a $150 Costco card to boot) even though it was supposed to expire on April 22.

Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T carrier phone deals


BOGO discounts had all but disappeared from the best iPhone 12 Pro Max or Galaxy S21 deals on Verizon, AT&T, or T-Mobile but thanks to Mother's Day they are now back with a vengeance. There are still the 50% off deals on the LG Velvet and iPhone 11, as well as a good offer on the Pixel 4a 5G shortly before the Pixel 5a announcement over at AT&T.

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