Samsung cuts all Galaxy S10 prices again (unlocked and carrier variants)

Samsung cuts all Galaxy S10 prices again (unlocked and carrier variants)
Since launching its Galaxy S10 smartphones back in March, Samsung has been offering US customers plenty of chances to save good money on the handsets. Now, Samsung is doing this again, taking up to $200 off all Galaxy S10 models, and there are no trade-ins or super-restrictive requirements involved here.

You can save exactly $200 if you buy a Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ on Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint, with a 24-month device payment purchase. This means you are able to get the three phones starting at $549.99, $699.99, and $799.99, respectively. Samsung is also allowing you to save $200 on the Galaxy S10 5G when you buy with a 24-month device payment on Verizon or Sprint (thus, the phone's price becomes $1,099.99 instead of $1,299.99).

If you need an unlocked Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, or Galaxy S10+, you can only save $100 - in this case, the handsets' prices start at $649.99, $799.99, and $899.99, respectively. Savings of $100 are also available for the S10e, S10, and S10+ when bought with a 24-month device payment on T-Mobile or US Cellular.

For some reason, T-Mobile's Galaxy S10 5G is the only S10 model that's currently not discounted.

See all Galaxy S10 deals HERE at Samsung

In case you don't want to buy a Galaxy S10 directly from Samsung, you may be able to save even more on your purchase. However, steep discounts are available only with additional requirements, like activating a new line of service, so many customers can't take advantage of them.



1. SyCo87

Posts: 318; Member since: Sep 19, 2013

I'll never buy a phone on the release date again.

2. hafini_27

Posts: 951; Member since: Oct 31, 2013

As with any electronic devices to be fair.

3. Valinor

Posts: 182; Member since: Mar 26, 2013

Yep, I luckily bought my s10+ with a good discount at release. So these price cuts are what i actually paid for it, so it doesnt hurt that much for me. But I agree, without the discount I would not have bought it. Samsung always drops the prices alot. Especially the S10 (non-plus) models drop down alot. One of the reasons I went for the s10+.

5. oldskool50 unregistered

What? On release day many carriers were offering BOGO deals. Even a BOGO deal is better than this one because you get 2 phones for the price of one. And even if I didn't need 2 phones, I would have just gotten 2 for that price.

7. mrochester

Posts: 1020; Member since: Aug 17, 2014

Samsung must be facing weaker demand for these.

8. Valinor

Posts: 182; Member since: Mar 26, 2013

I think everyone really wanting the phone has bought it already. Which leaves the people whos contracts are expiring and the people who are doubting if they should get the iphone. And if they can they some of those customers away its a win. Another 2 or 3 years of people not owning an iphone. And its a good phone so in 2 or 3 years the same people wont switch back to the iphone because though the iphone is really awesome.... its hard to justify its price if you are not a creator. And the cheaper iphone.....well it just feel cheaps even though it has great specs.
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