Unlocked Galaxy S10, S10e, and S10+ get $100 discount at Best Buy with no strings attached

Unlocked Galaxy S10, S10e, and S10+ get $100 discount at Best Buy with no strings attached
For a high-end smartphone family that's reportedly selling like hotcakes, the Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ have been discounted rather often lately at both Samsung and third-party retailers like Best Buy and even Microsoft. Of course, most of these recent deals have involved "catches" of some sort, like mandatory trade-ins, upfront activations on specific networks, or monthly installment plans.

But now Best Buy is shaving a cool $100 off the list prices of the three aforementioned flagships with absolutely no strings attached... apart from a My Best Buy membership. The retailer's rewards program requires no subscription fee or jumping through any other hoops besides simply providing a name, email, and shipping address. You can even sign up especially to claim this straightforward offer, which will be valid until May 18 online, in physical stores, and in Best Buy's mobile app.

After creating an account, all you need to do is log into it, choose your preferred unlocked variant of Samsung's latest Galaxy S-series high-enders and apply the $100 discount in your cart before checking out. You will then be free to activate your precious new phone on your favourite carrier after receiving it, with no lengthy commitment, device payment plan, or other obligations.

Instead of $750, the 5.8-inch Galaxy S10e with a flat screen and side-mounted fingerprint scanner will start at $650 after applying this offer, while the 6.1-inch Galaxy S10 with triple rear-facing cameras and a single selfie shooter costs $800 and up. Finally, the uncompromising 6.4-inch Galaxy S10+ with a grand total of five cameras and a massive 4,100 mAh battery can be purchased unlocked right now in exchange for as little as $900 instead of a full $1,000. 

While there are obviously several ways to get these three bad boys (much) cheaper, this is the only decent deal you can find on unlocked models with no restrictions or special requirements.

Check out the deal here

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