Boost Mobile's massive Halloween sale includes big Galaxy S9, S8, and LG G6 discounts

Boost Mobile's massive Halloween sale includes big Galaxy S9, S8, and LG G6 discounts
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are only a few weeks away, which means you may want to wait before committing to a new phone. Then again, if you want to avoid the (physical and digital) lines, there are plenty of interesting deals to be had right now on a number of respectable handsets.

Prepaid wireless provider Boost Mobile, for instance, seems to like a good scare, spooking the competition with a flat 20 percent discount available for a limited time across its entire portfolio of Android smartphones. That includes all the operator’s best options highlighted not too long ago, from the Galaxy S9 to the GS8 and Moto G6 Play.

By simply applying the easy to remember “TREAT2018” promo code before checking out over at Boost’s website, you can mark down the no-contract Samsung Galaxy S9 from its $699.99 list price to a much more palatable $560. Or the Galaxy S8 from $600 to $480.

The already discounted LG G6 can be had for an even lower (and frankly unbelievable) $216 through October 31, while the mid-range Samsung Galaxy A6 scores a decent $75 price reduction of its own, now fetching only $275.

If you want something even cheaper (and creativity-encouraging), the LG Stylo 4 Plus and LG Stylo 4 will set you back $184 and $120 respectively after applying the 20 percent markdown. 

The Samsung Galaxy J7 Refine, Moto E5 Plus, and Galaxy J7 Perx obviously come without pens or other similarly important selling points, costing a pretty irresistible $120 each during this special promotional period. 

The most affordable phones on Boost’s list of Halloween “treats”, not tricks”, are the ZTE Prestige 2, Coolpad Illumina, LG Tribute Dynasty, ZTE Blade Force, LG X Charge, Moto E4, E4 Plus, Samsung Galaxy J3 Achieve, ZTE Max XL, LG K30, LG Stylo 3, Moto G6 Play, and E5 Play, currently available for anywhere between $32 (!!!) and $80.

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