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These are the deals for pre-ordering a Samsung Galaxy S20 in the U.S.

It’s that time. Samsung announced the Galaxy S20 series last week, and if you’re down for it, you can pre-order yours starting today. Obviously, you have your choice in where you can buy it from, including, Best Buy, your carrier, and more, and there are lots of deals.


AT&T’s deal is that you can get up to a thousand dollars off the cost of the device. That means that for the $999.99 Galaxy S20, you can get it for free. Or, you can get $1,000 off the $1,199.99 price of the 128GB S20+, the $1,349.99 price of the 512GB S20+, the $1,399.99 price of the 128GB S20 Ultra, or the $1,599.99 price of the 512GB S20 Ultra.

In order to qualify for the deal, you need to open up a new line and you need to trade in an eligible smartphone. Also, that line needs to be ported from another carrier; otherwise, it’s a $500 credit.

Devices on the eligible smartphone list include the iPhone 7 and later, Galaxy S8/Note8 and later, Google Pixel 2 and later, LG G8/V40 and later, Moto Z4, RED Hydrogen One, Razer Phone 2, and OnePlus 5. Note that AT&T doesn’t explicitly say that all of those devices are eligible for the full thousand-dollar credit.

Other deals that AT&T has include $50 off of the new Galaxy Buds+ when buying an eligible Samsung device, and $300 in bill credits if you’re upgrading a line to the S20 series.

You can pre-order from AT&T here.


Sprint has a “lease one, get one” deal. That means that you get one free, providing that you’re adding a new line for the second one. The primary line can still be an upgrade.

You can also get $200 in Samsung credit for pre-ordering the Galaxy S20 Ultra. That credit can be redeemed at

You can pre-order from Sprint here.


T-Mobile also has a BOGO offer, and it’s very similar to Sprint’s. You need to activate a new line for the free device, and the credit for the free one can be for up to $1,000. You also need to be upgrading an existing line (or starting a new line, if that’s what you want) on the payment plan. Note that you can also use this plan to grab a Galaxy S10 or Note10.

You can also get up to half off the price of the device with an eligible trade-in, although there doesn’t seem to be an easy way to find the trade-in list.

Finally, you’ll get a $200 credit from when you pre-order anything from the S20 family.

You can pre-order from T-Mobile here.


The first offer from Verizon isn’t quite a BOGO, since the carrier doesn’t sell the regular Galaxy S20. If you buy one on an installment plan and add a new line, you can get $1,050 off of a second one. Obviously, the second device isn’t quite free, but it’s still dirt cheap.

You can also save up to $300 off the price of an S20 series device by trading in an existing smartphone, and if you have a Verizon Unlimited plan.

Moreover, if you buy the Galaxy S20+ 5G, you can get $150 off, and that’s for both new and existing customers. This offer can be combined with either of the above two.

You’ll also get the $200 credit to, and that’s included with all above offers. Finally, also included as long as you have a Verizon Unlimited plan is a six-month subscription to the Hatch game streaming service.

You can pre-order from Verizon here.

Samsung’s deals are pretty straightforward, since there’s no business with activating phone lines. You can get the Galaxy S20 or S20+ for as little as $399.99 with an eligible trade-in, and you’ll get a $150 credit. You’ll also need to use Samsung Financing.

The company is promising the Galaxy S20 Ultra for as low as $799.99 with an eligible trade-in, and that comes with a $200 credit.

For an eligible trade-in, you can get the full $700 credit with a Samsung Galaxy Note10, Note10+, Note10 5G, an iPhone 11 Pro, and an iPhone 11 Pro Max. You can get a $600 credit for a Galaxy S10, S10+, S10 5G, iPhone 11, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, Google Pixel 4, and Pixel 4 XL. From there, trade-in values drop to $300.

You can pre-order from here.

Best Buy

Best Buy is offering up to $850 off the cost of the handset with a qualified trade-in and activation of the device. This includes $150 of instant savings, and what seems to be the same trade-in scale that uses.

You’ll also get $200 of credit.

You can pre-order from Best Buy here.


Walmart’s deal is pretty simple. You’ll get $100 in Samsung credit on the S20, $150 credit on the S20+, and $200 credit on the S20 Ultra, and then you’ll get $200 of instant savings if you activate the device on a postpaid plan. Note that you won’t get the instant savings on an unlocked or prepaid phone.

You can pre-order from Walmart here.


If you purchase an S20, S20+, or S20 Ultra from Amazon, you can get a free pair of Galaxy Buds (not Galaxy Buds+), and a DUO Pad wireless charger.

You can pre-order the Galaxy S20 from Amazon here.

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