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Best Galaxy S9 and S9+ Deals

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Now’s a great time to score a Galaxy S9 or S9+ on the cheap. Now that the Galaxy S10 phones have claimed their flagship status, carriers and retailers alike are offering solid deals on the previous gen device. 

Currently, Amazon is offering these deals: 

Other colors and capacities are also on sale, but these are the lowest prices currently available for Samsung’s previous-gen phones. 

If you purchase the phones direct from Samsung, you can expect to pay $499.99 for the unlocked S9 and $599.99 for the unlocked S9+.  

Credit: Tom's GuideCredit: Tom’s Guide   

Galaxy S9 & S9+ Deals: Samsung and Carriers Compared

Carrier Galaxy S9 Price S9 Monthly Payments Galaxy S9+ Price S9+ Monthly Payments Trade-In Rebates?
Samsung $499.99 $20.83/24 months $599.99 $25/24 months Up to $300
Verizon $599.99 $24.99/24 months $699.99 $29.16/24 months Up to $200
AT&T $599.99 $20/30 months $699.99 $23.34/30 months Up to $200 
T-Mobile $600 $25/24 months $700 $28/24 months + $28 down Up to $200
Sprint $599.99 $5/18 months N/A N/A $100

Amazon

Amazon is taking up to $111 off Samsung’s current flagships. Currently, you can get the Unlocked Samsung Galaxy S9 for $499.99 ($220 off) or the Unlocked Samsung Galaxy S9+ for $588.99 ($251 off). 

Best Buy 

Best Buy is currently selling the unlocked Galaxy S9 and S9+ for $399.99 ($319 off) and $499.99 ($340 off), respectively. If you purchase the phones and activate them on the same day via Best Buy, you’ll save from $100 (Verizon) to $100 (Sprint). It’s one of the best deals we’ve seen for these phones. 

Walmart

Currently, Walmart is offering the 64GB unlocked Galaxy S9 for $499.99 ($220 off) and the 64GB unlocked Galaxy S9+ for $599.99 ($240 off). 

Verizon

Verizon isn’t offering any specific deals on the S9 or S9+. Instead, it’s offering a $250 pre-paid MasterCard when you switch to its network. 

AT&T

If you get the Galaxy S9 from AT&T, you’ll lease the device for $20/mo. for 30 months. That comes out to $599.99 which is $119 off its $719 list price. Alternatively, the Galaxy S9+ will cost you $23.34 per month or $699.99 over a 30-month period. That’s $140 off the phone’s $840 list price. 

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Sprint

If it’s the lowest monthly price you’re after, Sprint has Galaxy S9 for $5/month (normally $33/month). It requires an 18-month Sprint Flex lease, and you must open a new line of service. The carrier no longer offers the Galaxy S9+. 

T-Mobile

The UnCarrier Network currently offers a Galaxy S9 for no money down and $25/mo. for 24-months which comes out to $600. If you want the larger 
Galaxy S9+, that will cost you $28 up front and then $28/mo. for 24 months which totals $700. 

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