Crazy good Galaxy S9 deal brings its price down to $120 with monthly installments
That’s obviously not a great deal, but if you know where to look, you can get the company’s early 2018 flagship for as little as $120 right now. Naturally, there are a number of strings attached to that incredible bargain, starting with a mandatory new service line or account at Sprint.
The phone itself will need to be purchased from Best Buy rather than the “Now Network”, costing $5 a month for two years with installment plans after bill credits. That effectively means you’ll be paying 120 bucks for a beautiful 5.8-inch handset with a Super AMOLED Infinity Display, Snapdragon 845 processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage, 3,000 mAh battery, and Android 9.0 Pie software, down from a list price of $792.
Of course, the Galaxy S9+ is also on sale, fetching $10 a month for two years with device payment plans after bill credits, which equates to a grand total of 240 bucks, down from a list price of $912.
You’ll need a new Sprint line or account to take advantage of this deal as well, and both the S9 and S9+ are available with these massive discounts in black, blue, gold, and purple paint jobs.
Even better, the two heavily marked-down handsets are eligible for a 9W wireless charging pad gift, separately worth $59.99. Best Buy and Sprint are this close to paying you to get these phones off their hands, even though they’re still pretty great.
The Galaxy S9+ is essentially a Note 9 without the S Pen, also packing a smaller battery but the exact same RAM count, dual rear-facing cameras, and an ever so slightly smaller screen with an identical resolution and razor-thin bezels.