The Galaxy S10
lineup is comprised of not just some of the best-reviewed smartphones in the world right now, but also some of the most often discounted high-enders
on the market, which are constantly available at hundreds of bucks off their list prices
, with cool gifts included
as well from time to time.
The latest deal on Samsung's newest flagships is probably not the best we've ever seen, but it should still capture the attention of both mobile bargain hunters in general and gamers in particular. That's because the Galaxy S10
and Galaxy S10e
are currently sold at a decent $100 discount by Microsoft with an Xbox Wireless Controller thrown in at no extra charge.
That effectively brings your total savings up to as much as 170 bucks, depending on what type of wireless controller you're planning to pick up. You could get a "regular" variant in black or white and thus save $59.99, opt for a slightly snazzier blue, red, or grey/green model, each of which normally costs $64.99, or even add a special edition to your cart without having to pay anything extra. These "special" models include Phantom White and Sport Red flavors, as well as a super-sleek version designed primarily with PUBG players in mind.
While the Xbox Wireless Controller may seem like a fairly unusual freebie to offer alongside a mobile device, you should keep in mind that this thing can be easily paired with smartphones and tablets via Bluetooth in addition to Xbox consoles and Windows 10 PCs.
Typically priced at $749.99, the unlocked Galaxy S10e fetches $649.99 at the time of this writing with the aforementioned gift bundled in, whereas the 6.1-inch Galaxy S10 can be purchased for $799.99 after its own $100 markdown. Although the Microsoft Store deal technically applies to the Galaxy S10+
too, the 6.4-incher is currently listed as out of stock at a reduced price of $899.99.