Verizon Offering BOGOs On Its Hottest Smartphones: Galaxy Note9, LG V40 ThinQ & More

Verizon is kicking off BOGO offers on a number of its hottest smartphones, starting today.

You can buy one Google Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL and get a Pixel 3 64GB for free. Or you can get $800 off of any other Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL model. Essentially meaning that you can get two Pixel 3 XL's with the second one costing $99 instead of $899.

When it comes to Samsung, you can get a Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ or Galaxy Note9 and get a Galaxy S9 for free. It is also similar to the offer on the Pixel 3 lineup, where you can get $800 off of a Galaxy S9+ or Galaxy Note9 instead of a free Galaxy S9 as well.

Finally, there are some deals on LG smartphones. You can get half off of the LG G7 ThinQ or LG V40 ThinQ, and get $750 off of a second LG smartphone. Not quite a buy one, get one free deal, but not a bad deal either.

These are all available beginning today, and as always, this only works if you finance a smartphone through Verizon. So you will need to finance these on a 24-month plan, and the "free" device will be applied in the form of monthly bill credits. So for the $800 off of these select smartphones, you'll see a bill credit for $33 each month. Remember that if you do happen to leave Verizon early, you will owe what is left and void all remaining bill credits.

You can shop Verizon's latest smartphones, including all of the ones mentioned here, using the link down below.

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