You’d be forgiven for thinking that we should be in a lull when it comes to deals, as Prime Day has been and gone and we’re now in the run-up to Black Friday, but tell that to Best Buy, which is running a fantastic offer on the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus.
Right now you can snag the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus 5G for just $700 at Best Buy (opens in new tab) when bought on Verizon Wireless - that’s a whopping $500 off the usual price. It’s available in all four colors too: Aura Blue, Cosmic Gray, Cloud Pink, or Cloud White. Since you’re buying the phone with a Verizon Wireless plan, you’ll pay in 24 monthly installments of $29.16, down from the usual price of $50 per month.
Samsung Galaxy (opens in new tab) (opens in new tab)S20 Plus 5G: Was $1200 now $700 with Verizon at Best Buy (opens in new tab).
Save $500 when you pick up Samsung’s latest flagship 5G smartphone at Best Buy. Pay just $29.16/mo for 24 months. With 5G, a stunning screen, and an excellent camera, this is a fantastic Android smartphone at a bargain price.
You can either add your new Samsung S20 Plus 5G to an existing line or sign up for a new plan with Verizon Wireless. Verizon is one of the best cell phone plan providers in the US, offering the widest national coverage of any provider along with fast data speeds and reliable service. Verizon wireless’s Unlimited plans start at $70 per month
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus 5G is one of the best smartphones out there at the moment, especially if you prefer Android devices over something like an iPhone 11 (or the upcoming iPhone 12). This is also the best deal we’ve seen on it so far, even better than the offers we saw on Prime Day, which saw it sink to $900 on Amazon. The difference here though is that you have to get it with a Verizon plan, as opposed to the unlocked phone that Amazon was offering.
Despite that restriction, we think this is a mega deal, especially as we ranked Verizon as the top cell phone provider currently anyway. If you’re stuck with only one option, it might as well be the best one, right?