Save $100 on the T-Mobile Galaxy S8, Through Samsung.com - 3/30/17

Samsung announced the Galaxy S8 yesterday, along with the Galaxy S8 Plus, and opened pre-orders today. The Galaxy S8 costs $750 at most carriers, with Verizon knocking it down to $720. However, Samsung's own website is currently showing the Artic Silver Galaxy S8 for T-Mobile for just $650, you can also pick it up for $27.09 per month for 24 months on Samsung's own financing program. That's $100 off of the regular price of T-Mobile's model. It's important to mention that Samsung is only showing this discounted price for this one color, and on only the T-Mobile Galaxy S8, not any of the other carrier variants.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 sports a 5.8-inch 18.5:9 aspect ratio display, and is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 along with 4GB of RAM. Samsung has also included 64GB of storage with this device, making it a great device for those that store a lot of media. Of course, if that 64GB of storage isn't enough, there is a micro SD card slot that can support up to an additional 256GB of storage. This is powered by a non-removable 3000mAh battery, and Android 7.0 Nougat for software.

By purchasing your Galaxy S8 directly from Samsung, you do still have the ability to get the free Gear VR offer that Samsung is offering up with all Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus purchases. Making this a great purchase, as you not only save $100, but you can also still get the Gear VR, which is a $100 value. Samsung is still offering this up as a pre-order, so it won't ship this week, but it will ship in a few weeks, with a targeted arrival date of April 21st - when it is supposedly going to launch in the US. If you're on T-Mobile or looking to switch over to T-Mobile, and wanted to grab the Artic Silver color, this is a deal you should definitely take advantage of (especially since this is Samsung directly and not a third-party seller, like you might encounter on eBay). You can grab this T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S8 from the link below.

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