Best Galaxy S10 Deals Right Now

Best Galaxy S10 Deals Right Now

There’s a Samsung Galaxy S Series phone for every budget, but select carriers and retailers are offering deals to make buying the Galaxy S10 less costly.

For a limited time, the Unlocked Galaxy S10 is on sale for $849.99 at B&H. That’s $50 off the device’s $899.99 list price. To get you started, it includes a free 3-month 8GB Mint Mobile SIM Card Kit valued at $60.

Even better, you’ll get a free microfiber cleaning cloth when you enter the code, “MYBONUS” at checkout.

Alternatively, you can get yourself an unlocked Galaxy S10+ for $839.99 on eBay ($160 off).

Carrier Unlocked Galaxy S10e Galaxy S10e (w/ contract) Unlocked Galaxy S10  Galaxy S10 (w/ contract) Unlocked Galaxy S10+ Galaxy S10+ (w/ contract) Trade-In Rebates?
Samsung $749.99 $31.25/24 months $899.99 $37.50/24 months $999.99 $41.67/24 months Up to $550
Verizon $749.99 $31.24/24 months $899.99 $37.49/24 months $999.99 $41.66/24 months Up to $745
AT&T $749.99 $25/30 months $899.99 $30/30 months $999.99 $33.34/30 months Up to $600
T-Mobile $749.99 $20.84/36 months
$0 down
$899.99 $22.23/36 months
$100 down
$999.99 $22.23/36 months
$200 down
Up to $530
Sprint $749.99 $15/18
$899.99 $20/18 months $999.99 $25/18 months Up to $680


For a limited time, Walmart is tossing in a free Samsung Wireless Charger Duo when you buy an unlocked Galaxy S10e or S10. To get this limited offer, you must click the Add All to Cart button on the page.

This deal ends Mar 31.


When you buy the S10 or S10+ direct from Samsung and have an eligible device to trade-in, you can get up to $550 off your new Galaxy phone. Phones that will get you the highest credit are more recent releases: the Galaxy S9, S9+, Note 9, Note 8, iPhone XS Max, XS, XR, X, 8 Plus, 8, LV V40, Google Pixel 3, and 3 XL.

Unlocked models are priced as follows:

  • Galaxy S10e 128GB for $749.99 (Samsung, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, U.S. Cellular)
  • Galaxy S10e 256GB for $849.99 (Samsung, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, U.S. Cellular)
  • Galaxy S10 128GB for $899.99  (Samsung, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, U.S. Cellular)
  • Galaxy S10 512GB for $1,149.99 (Samsung, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, U.S. Cellular)
  • Galaxy S10+ 128GB for $999.99 (Samsung, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, U.S. Cellular)
  • Galaxy S10+ 512GB for $1,249.99 (Samsung, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, U.S. Cellular)
  • Galaxy S10+ 1TB for $1,599.99 (Samsung, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, U.S. Cellular)

If you don’t want to pay full price for the devices up front, Samsung’s Device Payment Program lets you finance the unlocked or carrier-tied Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S10+ for $37.50/month or $41.67/month, respectively. The S10e will cost you $31.25/month. All payment plans span 24 months.

Best Buy

Best Buy is taking up to $650 off the Galaxy S10eS10, and S10+ with activation and trade-in of an eligible device.

Verizon customers can expect to save $50 on their new Galaxy purchase (contract required), whereas AT&T and Sprint customers will shave from $50 to $100 off the cost of their new Galaxy device (contract required).

If you want an unlocked phone, Best Buy is taking from $50 to $100 off the Galaxy S10eGalaxy S10, or Galaxy S10+ when you buy and activate it the same day. If you want to use another carrier, you can pay full price for the phone and activate it later.

  • Galaxy S10e: AT&T ($50 off), Verizon ($100 off) or Sprint ($150 off)
  • Galaxy S10: Verizon ($50 off) and Sprint ($100 off)
  • Galaxy S10+: Verizon ($50 off) and Sprint $100 off)


For a limited time, Big Red will give you a free Galaxy S10e when you buy and activate a Galaxy S10e, S10, or S10+ on their network. Alternatively, you can get $750 toward any Galaxy smartphone of a higher value.

A new line is required to get in on this BOGO deal, however, no-trade in is required. If you have a phone you’d like to trade-in, Verizon will give you up to $300.

Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband network is getting first dibs on the Galaxy S10 5G and you can sign up here for updates. The 5G phone isn’t slated to come out until the second quarter of this year, though.


Like Verizon, AT&T will give you a free S10e with the purchase of a Galaxy S10eS10, or S10+ on contract. Alternatively, you can get a $750 credit towards a higher 512GB or 1TB device of your choice. If you make your purchase online, you’ll also get a $100 Visa Reward card.



Currently, Sprint will let you lease the Galaxy S10e, S10, or S10+ for less money per month than other carriers. Under Sprint’s Flex leasing plan, you can get the Galaxy S10e for $0 down and pay $15 a month for 18 months. If you want to the S10 or S10+, you’ll pay no money up front and $20 or $25 per month, respectively.

All deals require that you sign an 18-month Sprint Flex lease plan, which means after 18 months you can either choose to keep your phone and pay it off with additional payments or return it for a newer model.


For a limited time, you can get free two-day shipping with the activation of a new phone via code, “2DAY’. T-Mobile customers can lease the Galaxy S10e for no money down and $25/mo. for 36 months. The S10 and S10+ require a $150 and $250 down payment, respectively.

You can also trade-in your current device to get credit towards the purchase of your new Galaxy. Eligible trade-in devices include the Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus, Galaxy Note 8, LG V30, V30+, and G7.

Xfinity Mobile

If you’re thinking about switching carriers, you might want to check out Xfinity Mobile‘s Galaxy S10 deal. The carrier is giving out $250 Visa prepaid cards to anyone who buys and activates a Galaxy phone on their network.

With a cap of up to five phones, this deal could put up to $1,250 back into your pocket, depending on how many phone lines you need. This deal ends April 17.



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