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Save up to $400 on Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, or $250 on Samsung Galaxy S20 at Best Buy

Save up to $400 on Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, or $250 on Samsung Galaxy S20 at Best Buy
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If you’re in the market for a new phone, we’ve got some great news for you as the entire Samsung Galaxy S20 range is on offer over at Best Buy. There’s a lot to go over here, with deals varying between networks, but if you’re looking to pick up one of the best smartphones in the world for less then read on.

First up, you can save up to $250 on the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, or S20 Ultra 5G with qualified activation when you buy one with Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint. If you go for a Samsung Galaxy S20 with Verizon or Sprint, you will pay $31.25/mo for 24 months for a total cost of $750. The AT&T deal has a lower monthly cost of $26.66/mo, but this offer lasts for 30 months bringing the total cost to $799.

If you’re specifically after the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, there’s actually an even better deal going. If you choose to go with Horizon you can get a Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus for $33.33/mo for 24 months, saving you a total of $400 and bringing the total cost down to just $799.

And if you already have an active SIM and just want to pick up the handset, you can save $200 on Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra handsets. This means that the Samsung Galaxy S20 will cost $799, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus will cost $999, and the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra comes in at $1,199. This deal on Samsung Galaxy S20 handsets is also being matched by Amazon, if you’d prefer to order one from the house of Bezos.

We were hugely impressed with the Samsung Galaxy S20 when we reviewed it earlier this year. This 5G smartphone comes with a gorgeous edgeless screen, powerful hardware and an excellent camera. In fact, the only downside we could find was that it’s a little on the expensive side, an issue solved by these deals.

Ian Stokes is a writer with a varied background - from academic publishing through to video games journalism. In fact the only thing he doesn't enjoy writing about is himself.