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How to pre-order Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus

Samsung has launched its Flagship pair at Unpacked 2018, and preorders for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus already started, March 2nd, at 12:01 AM ET. The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will be out in two weeks on March 16th.

Samsung

The cheapest way to get an S9 is through Samsung itself. Additionally, you can get an unlocked phone instead of getting stuck with one carrier, and if you trade in a device for an extra discount, it looks like you’ll get that upfront, instead of distributed over time. Samsung also offering up to $350 off a Galaxy S9 if you have a phone that qualifies for trade-in.

Pricing:

Galaxy S9 for $719.99 or $30 for 24 months

Galaxy S9 Plus for $839.99 or $35 for 24 months

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Best Buy

Best Buy has an interesting offer that may make it worth looking at for preorders tonight: it’s $100 off if you preorder through Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint on March 2nd only (unlocked phones don’t count, though). That’s a better deal than Samsung, assuming you’re quick enough to catch it. Plus, there are the usual trade-in offers, too, which will depend on how new your smartphone is.

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AT&T

AT&T’s phones are a bit more expensive than picking one up from Samsung, but you’ll get the advantage of adding it to your existing AT&T bill (if that’s something you prefer), and there are some trade-in offers that can further lower your bill if you don’t mind getting rid of your old phone.

Pricing:

Galaxy S9 for $790.20 or $26.34 for 30 months

Galaxy S9 Plus for $915 or $30.50 for 30 months

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Verizon

Verizon is offering up to $500 off if you pre-order a Galaxy S9 and get $350 if you trade in a phone and a $150 prepaid card if you switch from another wireless carrier.

Pricing:

Galaxy S9 for $800 or $33.33 for 24 months

Galaxy S9 Plus for $930 or $38.74 for 24 months

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T-Mobile

T-Mobile is about the same as Samsung’s prices, but to take advantage of any trade-in offers means that you’re committing to some time with T-Mobile, as the discounts come in the form of bill credits.

Pricing:

Galaxy S9 for $30 for 24 months

Galaxy S9 Plus for $30 for 24 months plus a $120 down payment

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Sprint

Also more expensive than Samsung, but if Samsung is sold out and you really want a Sprint S9 on release day, it’s an option.

Pricing:

Galaxy S9 for $33 for 24 months

Galaxy S9 Plus $38 for 24 months

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