Best Buy Offers Free or Discounted TV With Galaxy S7 Purchase

Samsung's Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are making the rounds sweeping smartphone rankings, racking up positive review after positive review. Given their popularity, it's no surprise that Samsung has already sold more than enough to cause a noticeable upswing in Samsung's total profits for the first quarter of 2016, despite the phones only being available for a few weeks out of that quarter. The high-resolution screen and amazing build quality make it easy to see why so many people have jumped on board the Galaxy S7 train, but with any popular good, there will always be some holdouts. Whether somebody thinks a better phone may be on the horizon, is unsure if a Galaxy S7 is right for them, or just wishes it was cheaper, Best Buy has a deal that may help them decide.

Customers who head to Best Buy and walk out with an activated Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge on Verizon, Sprint or AT&T will also be able to walk out with a 32"Class Samsung LED Smart TV. The $219 TV is also free for customers who buy their phone online, so long as it's set to be ready to use on a 2-year agreement, Sprint Lease or Verizon installment plan. Customers willing to head out to their local Best Buy, however, have an additional offer; throw $250 into the pot and they can get a 48" Class TV of similar pedigree, normally worth $449. The 32" Class TV is a 720p affair, while the 48" Class rocks a 1080p panel, lending them similar pixel densities. Both TVs can display action movies, games and other content at a buttery smooth 60 frames per second and run Samsung's Tizen OS, complete with a web browser.

The deal is live until June 4th and requires one of the activation plans stated above; buying an unlocked phone will not net you a free or discounted TV. Customers cannot ask for rain checks, and the TVs' quantities are limited, though the limit will likely vary from store to store. If you've been on the fence about Samsung's newest flagship duo and happen to want a new TV, this may just be what puts the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge above the likes of the HTC 10 and LG G5 in your mental list.

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