Samsung Galaxy S20+ $750 at BestBuy

Save $500 on Verizon's Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G right now, no trade-in needed

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Save $500 on Verizon's Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G right now, no trade-in needed
With Amazon's Prime Day extravaganza in the rearview mirror and an avalanche of undoubtedly attractive Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals from practically every major US retailer under the sun looming large on the horizon, this may not seem like an ideal time to purchase a new high-end smartphone.

After all, Samsung's Galaxy S20 family was the protagonist of multiple killer Prime Day and Prime Day-rivaling promotions, scoring huge discounts of many hundreds of dollars both with and without strings attached. 

But believe it or not, Best Buy is ready to offer you the opportunity to save even more money than ever before right now, at least if you're committed or ready to commit to the nation's largest wireless service provider. Obviously, that means you do need to meet one key requirement to claim this particular deal, but on the bright side of things, we're not talking about trading a device in, porting in an existing number, or anything too complicated.


Instead, all you have to do is sign up for a two-year Verizon installment plan, which will instantly shave $100 off the $1,199.99 list price of the Galaxy S20+ 5G model while letting you save an additional 400 bucks in the form of monthly bill credits. At the end of the day 24 months, you're looking at spending a grand total of $700 or so for a 6.7-inch powerhouse with a beautiful 120Hz Dynamic AMOLED 2X display in tow, as well as a Snapdragon 865 processor, 12 gigs of memory, and 128 gigs of storage space under the hood.

You can choose from four different paint jobs at the time of this writing, including Cosmic Black, Cloud Blue, Aura Blue, and Cosmic Gray, each of which will set you back a very reasonable $29.16 a month instead of a whopping 50 bucks after the aforementioned instant discount and bill credits.

Naturally, this absolute monster of an Android handset is fully equipped with mmWave support for Big Red's blazing fast (but terribly spotty) Ultra Wideband 5G network while also delivering significantly lower download speeds on Verizon's freshly released "nationwide" DSS 5G network

The rest of the specifications pretty much eclipse everything else you can currently get at $700 without a trade-in across the country, including a massive 4,500mAh battery with 25W fast charging capabilities, a quad rear-facing camera system composed of a 12MP primary snapper, 64MP telephoto lens, 12MP ultra-wide-angle shooter, and a 3D Time-of-Flight sensor, as well as a razor-thin and water-resistant body made from a premium combination of glass and metal.

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