Deal: Refurbished Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus For $379 At Woot - October 2018

Woot is currently selling a boat load of certified refurbished Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus smartphones for just $379. This marks the lowest price we have seen on a certified refurbished Galaxy S8 Plus, by a pretty big margin as well. This is the factory unlocked model, so it will work on all four carriers: AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon here in the US.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is the company's flagship smartphone from 2017. While it is a year old, it still holds its own weight against the flagships from 2018. That includes sporting a 6.3-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED display, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. There is also a 3500mAh capacity battery inside, which will keep the Galaxy S8 Plus running all day. There is a 12-megapixel sensor on the back of the phone that can take some really great images. The only real downside to this smartphone is the fingerprint sensor placement. With it being next to the camera, a bit too far for most fingers to reach normally, and close to the camera where you are likely to smudge it. But that doesn't mean this is a bad phone, and for $379, this is a really good option for those that might want to pick up a new smartphone without paying a whole lot for it. At the time of writing this, all three colors are still available: Midnight Black, Orchid Gray and Arctic Silver.

Woot does offer free shipping, but only for Amazon Prime members. So if you are not an Amazon Prime member, you will need to pay a flat fee for shipping. Although you can also opt to sign up for a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime and still get free shipping here. So that's a great way to get around it, just remember to cancel your trial before it expires, or you'll be paying $119. Woot does not charge taxes either, which is pretty good for those that want a great deal.

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