Save money with these best Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ deals
It has been a couple of months since Samsung released the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+. If you didn’t take advantage of the Galaxy S9 pre-order deals that we told you about, then you should certainly consider these best Galaxy S9 deals if you have yet to pick up the device and wouldn’t mind saving some of your hard-earned money in the process. There are countless Galaxy S9 deals available right now and we’re going to cover the best of them for major markets.
Best Galaxy S9 deals in the US
We’ll start off this list of best Galaxy S9 deals with the home base. The company sells all carrier variants of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ online through its website as well as the factory unlocked model. Prices for the unlocked Galaxy S9 start at $719.99 and the Galaxy S9+ at $839.99 for the 64GB variant.
The 128GB and 256GB variants are available through Samsung. The Galaxy S9 costs $769.99 and $839.99 respectively while the Galaxy S9+ costs $889.99 and $959.99 respectively. Customers can choose to pay in full or opt for Samsung Financing which will spread out the device cost over 24 months. Customers can also sign up for the Samsung Upgrade program and be eligible to upgrade to a new Galaxy device after 12 months.
To get you to buy the Galaxy S9 directly, Samsung is offering multiple deals, including a trade-in off which promises up to $300 for a qualifying trade-in. Customers who buy a new Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+ from Samsung can opt for the Upgrade bundle for $99. It includes the Gear VR, wireless charging stand and AKG Bluetooth headphones. The products cost $380 separately. The Power bundle is also available for $49 and it features the wireless charging stand, dual-port vehicle charger, and a portable battery pack which separately cost around $180.
Amazon sells the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ brand new for the same prices that you’ll find on Samsung’s official website. It doesn’t offer any deals so you’re better off purchasing directly from Samsung. Do keep in mind that some third-party sellers are selling it for less but they often have the international variant in stock which isn’t eligible for US warranty.
Certified refurbished models are available on Amazon with prices starting at $639. Do consider that if you’re not willing to spend all that money on a brand new device.
Aside from the Verizon, AT&T and Sprint variants of the handset, you can also buy the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ unlocked from Best Buy. The retailer actually has the lowest carrier price, $669 for the Galaxy S9 and $789 for the Galaxy S9+. Customers can also get 24 month financing when they use their My Best Buy Credit Card. Best Buy also sells the 128GB and 256GB unlocked variants.
Since it’s the largest mobile carrier in the United States, Verizon is the first of the carrier options on our best Galaxy S9 deals list. Customers can buy the Galaxy S9 for $33.33 per month over 24 months from Verizon or $799.99 at full retail and the Galaxy S9+ for $38.74 per month over 24 months and $929.99 full retail. They will have to pay a one-time $30 activation fee as well.
Customers stand to save up to 50 percent if they trade-in an existing device when purchasing the Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+. The full list is available on Verizon’s website.
The Galaxy S9 costs $26.34 per month on AT&T’s 30-month installment agreement or $789.99 at full retail while the Galaxy S9+ costs $30.50 per month on the installment plan and $914.99 outright. AT&T is offering a buy-one-get-one promotion for the Galaxy S9. Customers who buy the device on installments will get credits for the retail price of the second device divided into monthly installments.
They can choose to get another Galaxy S9 for free or put those credits towards a Galaxy S9+ or Galaxy Note 8 if they pay they difference. They will be required to pay tax on both devices and purchase postpaid wireless and data service on both as well. Full terms and conditions are up on AT&T’s website.
Customers can pay $720 outright for the Galaxy S9 on T-Mobile or get it for $0 down and $30 per month for 24 months. The Galaxy S9+ costs $840 outright or $120 down with $30 per month over 24 months on the carrier’s equipment installment plan.
T-Mobile is offering a limited time buy-one-get-one promotion as well. Customers who buy the Galaxy S9 can get a second one for free if they add a line. If they buy a Galaxy S9+, they will get $720 off the cost of a second Galaxy S9+ or Galaxy S8 Active with 24 monthly bill credits when they add a line. As always, read the fine print before committing to the promotion.
Sprint is the last US carrier on our list of best Galaxy S9 deals. It’s offering the Galaxy S9 for $0 down and $16.50 per month on its 18-month lease program which also allows customers an upgrade after 12 monthly payments. It’s asking $792 from those who want to pay for it outright. The Galaxy S9+ costs $0 down and $21.50 per month on the 18-month lease program with upgrade eligibility after 12 months. It’s priced at $912 for customers willing to pay full retail.
These are promotional prices for a limited time and don’t require a trade-in but customers do have to activate a new line of service. Customers who opt to purchase the device outright from Sprint will get one month of Unlimited + Hulu for free.
Best Galaxy S9 deals in the United Kingdom
Samsung’s official website offers the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ in both single-SIM and dual-SIM variants in the UK. The Galaxy S9 is only available with 64GB of storage for £739.99 while the Galaxy S9+ is available in 128GB and 256GB variants for £869 and £929 respectively. Customers can get up to £250 off both handsets if they trade-in an existing device.
One of the largest carriers in the United Kingdom, EE, is offering the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ for £43 per month and £48 per month. For a limited time, customers who trade-in a Galaxy S7 will get £5 off the monthly price.
O2 makes it on our list of best Galaxy S9 deals because it’s offering great value for money. It’s charging £39 upfront and £47 monthly for the Galaxy S9 and £39.99 upfront and £52 monthly for the Galaxy S9+. Customers who purchase either device will get a free Galaxy Tab A 10.1 for a limited time.
Vodafone is selling the 64GB Galaxy S9 for £49 upfront and £47 per month. It only sells the 128GB variant of the Galaxy S9+ for £49 upfront and £55 upfront per month. The carrier isn’t offering any deals at this point in time.
If you’d rather buy an unlocked Galaxy S9 elsewhere, consider Argos, which is selling the “SIM Free” 64GB Galaxy S9 for £739.95 and the 128GB Galaxy S9+ for £869.95. It’s not offering any additional deals at this point in time as well.
Best Galaxy S9 deals in Canada
Customers in Canada can purchase the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ from the company’s own website for CAD 959.99 and CAD 1,099 respectively. It offers up to CAD 150 off on a qualifying trade-in.
Prices for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ start at CAD 99 and CAD 299 respectively with multiple bundles that combine the device and service payment for 24 months. The carrier has a limited time offer which provides customers with a 15 percent off coupon for select accessories or the option to have the $30 per line Connection Fee waived.
Bell customers can purchase the Galaxy S9 for CAD 99.99 on a two-year term and the Galaxy S9+ for CAD 229 on a similar term. They have to pair that up with a minimum service plan worth CAD 105 per month.
Telus is selling the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ for CAD 100 and CAD 230 respectively with monthly charges starting at CAD 105 per month on a two-year plan. The carrier isn’t offering any deals at this point in time.
Best Galaxy S9 deals in India
The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ can be purchased from Samsung’s online store in India for Rs. 57,900 and Rs. 64,900 respectively. 128GB and 256GB variants are available as well. Samsung has a bunch of different offers for customers in India. They include a Rs. 9,000 cashback on ICICI Bank Credit Cards, an additional Rs. 9,000 exchange value with the Samsung upgrade program and a one-time screen replacement offer.
There’s no difference in price on Flipkart compared to Samsung’s own website but some additional offers are there that customers can consider. They can get up to Rs. 15,000 off when they exchange a device and utilize a bank offer which offers a 5 percent instant discount on Visa cards for the first three online payments.
Samsung has a strong network of offline retailers across the country that also sell the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. Since retailers have some leeway with the margins, the prices are likely to be slightly different.
This does it for our list of best Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ deals to help you save some money if you have just decided to pick up the new flagship. It’s undoubtedly one of the best Android smartphones on the market today and you should consider picking one up if you haven’t already. Have you found any other interesting Galaxy S9 deals? Share them with us in the comments below.