Looking to get dad or yourself one of the best phones of 2019? B&H Photo is currently taking $200 off every Galaxy S10 smartphone. Even better, each deal comes with a Mint Mobile 3-Month 8GB Prepaid SIM Card Kit. (The S10 and S10 Plus also include a free phone case). The deals include:

The Galaxy S10 lineup includes the 5.8-inch Galaxy S10e, the 6.1-inch Galaxy S10, and the 6.4-inch Galaxy S10 Plus.

It’s worth noting that Amazon Prime Day is just a few weeks off. Premium Android phones are generally not discounted on Prime Day, but 2019 might be different. So there’s a chance these  deals may resurface again on Prime Day. (Although it’s unlikely they’ll come from Amazon). 

Not sure which Galaxy S10 is right for you, check out our Galaxy S10 vs S10 Plus vs S10e vs S10 5G face-off

Galaxy S10 Deals and Pricing

Carrier Unlocked Galaxy S10e Galaxy S10e (w/ contract) Unlocked Galaxy S10  Galaxy S10 (w/ contract) Unlocked Galaxy S10 Plus Galaxy S10 Plus (w/ contract) Trade-In Rebates?
Samsung $749.99 $31.25/24 months $899.99 $37.50/24 months $999.99 $41.67/24 months Up to $300
Verizon $749.99 $31.24/24 months $899.99 $37.49/24 months $999.99 $41.66/24 months Up to $450
AT&T $749.99 $25/30 months $899.99 $30/30 months $999.99 $33.34/30 months Up to $600
T-Mobile $749.99 $31.25/24 months
$0 down
$799.99 $31.25/24 months
$899.99 $37.50/24 months
$0 down
Up to $400
Sprint $749.99 $10/18
$899.99 $20/18 months $999.99 $25/18 months Up to $400


For a limited time, when you buy the S10e, S10, S10+ or S10 5G direct from Samsung, you’ll get a free one-year subscription of YouTube Premium. Normally, this service costs $11.99/mo., so that’s $143.88 in savings.

Alternatively, if you have an eligible device to trade-in, you can get up to $300 off your new Galaxy device. Just remember to document the serial number, condition, and tracking number of the device you’re sending to Samsung’s trade-in program

Phones that will get you the highest credit are more recent releases, such as the Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, Note 9, Note 8, iPhone XS Max, XS, XR, X, 8 Plus, 8, LV V40, Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.

That said, Samsung’s unlocked models are all $100 off right now: 

If you don’t want to pay upfront for your new phone, Samsung’s Device Payment Program lets you finance any unlocked or carrier-tied Galaxy S10 with prices starting at $20.83/month over a span of 24 months.


If you don’t want a carrier tied Galaxy S10 phone, Amazon currently has the 128GB model Unlocked Galaxy S10e on sale for $639.90 which is $112 off. Alternatively, you can get the 128GB Unlocked Galaxy S10 for $799.99 ($100 off) or the Unlocked Galaxy S10 Plus for $899.99 ($100 off). 

Best Buy

If you prefer to buy your phone from a retailer instead of a wireless carrier, Best Buy currently offers the some of the best Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus deals.

For a limited time, you can get from $100 to $450 off when you buy a Galaxy S10e, S10 or S10 Plus at Best Buy. You must activate it on the same day with a select carrier on the same day to get certain discounts. 


For Galaxy Day, Verizon is offering one of the best Galaxy S10 deals we’ve seen this month. For a limited time, when you buy the latest Samsung Galaxy phone: the Samsung Galaxy S10eGalaxy S10 or Galaxy S10 Plus, you’ll get a Galaxy S10e free. 

If you don’t want the S10e, you can opt to get $750 off the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10 5G or Galaxy Note9. Best of all, no trade-in phone is required.


AT&T also offers one of the best Galaxy S10 deals we’ve seen. For a limited time, the carrier will give you a free S10e 128GB when you buy a Galaxy S10e, S10, or S10 Plus on contract. To qualify for this deal, you must open a new line, activate both devices on AT&T’s Next plan and have DirecTV. Even better, if you have an eligible device to trade-in, you can get up to $200 off. Your free phone and trade-in discounts show up your bill over the course of your 30-month contract plan.

MORE: Samsung Foldable Phone Has a Name: The Galaxy Fold


Currently, Sprint will let you lease the Galaxy S10e, S10, or S10 Plus for less money per month than other carriers. Under Sprint’s Flex leasing plan, you can get the Galaxy S10e for $0 down and pay $10 a month for 18 months. If you want to the S10 or S10 Plus, you’ll pay no money up front and $15 or $25 per month, respectively. 

All deals require that you sign an 18-month Sprint Flex lease plan, which means after 18 months you can either choose to keep your phone and pay it off with additional payments or return it for a newer model.

Sprint’s Flex 18-month lease option includes Galaxy Forever which lets you swap and upgrade your existing Galaxy phone to the latest Galaxy phone after 12 lease payments. 


Not to be outdone, T-Mobile is also tossing its best Galaxy S10 deals into the ring. For a limited time, you can get up to $300 off the Galaxy S10e when you trade in an eligible device. Alternatively, T-Mobile will take up to $400 off the Galaxy S10 or S10 Plus with a qualifying trade-in device.

You must buy an activate a Galaxy S10 or S10+ on T-Mobile’s network under a monthly leasing plan to qualify for this deal. 

Maker sure to check back often as we update our story with the latest deals. 

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