After having announced the Galaxy S10 series yesterday in San Francisco, all three models are now available for pre-order at carrier stores and from Samsung's own website - if you are looking to get the unlocked model.
The Galaxy S10e will be $749, the Galaxy S10 will be $899 and the Galaxy S10+ tops out at $999 for the range. These prices will be the same no matter where you purchase them from in the US.
AT&T is going to be offering all three Galaxy S10 models in four colors: Prism White, Prism Black, Prism Blue and Flamingo Pink. As mentioned, the Galaxy S10e will be $749, the Galaxy S10 at $899 and Galaxy S10+ at $999. If you're looking to finance, you can do so over a 30-month term on AT&T Next with the Galaxy S10e costing $25 per month, the Galaxy S10 costing $30 per month and the Galaxy S10+ costing $33.34 per month.
There is a BOGO offer available, allowing you to pick up any of the Galaxy S10 models and either get a free Galaxy S10e, or $750 off of a Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S10+. This BOGO offer will only be available throughout the pre-order period, so that means now through March 7.
Pre-orders start today and will ship in time for the March 8 launch date. These will not be in store until March 8, so you won't be able to check it out beforehand if you are pre-ordering.
Sprint is also offering the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ at prices of $749, $899 and $999 respectively. Sprint is offering its Flex Lease option here on the Galaxy S10 family. With the Galaxy S10e going for $31.25, the Galaxy S10 for $37.50 and the Galaxy S10+ for $41.67 per month. This is going to be over the course of 24 months - not 30, like AT&T's financing plan.
Unfortunately, Sprint is not offering any real deals with the Galaxy S10, but you can still trade-in a device and get up to $550 off of the Galaxy S10. And you can also get a free pair of Galaxy Buds, through Samsung, which is a nice promo to take advantage of.
Pre-orders are open right now. And they are expected to ship by March 8, which is a few weeks from now but still a pretty quick turnaround for Samsung.
Over at T-Mobile, there are some pretty sweet deals available for the Galaxy S10 series. It will also be available in Prism Black, Prism Blue, Prism White and Flamingo Pink.
This includes a trade-in offer that can get you up to $620 off of the Galaxy S10. Though it's important to note that this offer does include a new line activation. If you aren't looking to add a new line, you can still get up to $390 off, by doing a trade-in or adding a new line.
The Galaxy S10e is priced at $749 or $20.84 per month, the Galaxy S10 is priced at $899 or $22.23 with $99 down and the Galaxy S10+ priced at $999 or $22.23 with $199 down. These monthly prices are good for 36 months, so far longer than the others on this list.
Verizon pre-orders are now open for the Galaxy S10 family, and it does include a BOGO. So if you are looking to pick up a couple of Galaxy S10 smartphones, this is a great way to do it. Essentially, purchase any Galaxy S10 smartphone and you will get a Galaxy S10e for free, or $750 towards the Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S10+. So even though you won't be getting a Galaxy S10+ for free, getting two for roughly $1250 is still a really good deal.
Samsung still offers its free pair of Galaxy Buds with those that do opt to pre-order the Galaxy S10 - no matter where you order it from - and that will last from now until March 7.
The Galaxy S10e will set you back $749 or $31.23 per month, the Galaxy S10 will be $899 or $37.49, finally the Galaxy S10+ will be $999 or $41.66 per month on Verizon's financing plans. These are good for 24 months, which is why it's cheaper than the prices AT&T and T-Mobile are offering.
Pre-orders are open on Verizon right now, and will be shipping by March 8. Verizon won't have units available in-store just yet, that will happen on March 8.
Samsung's own website is selling the unlocked Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ as well as the carrier versions. So if you want to pick yours up straight from Samsung, for a specific carrier, you can do that as well. All four are unlocked and will work on all four carriers, anyways, so that is not needed.
The Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ will be available for financing as well, on Samsung's website so that you do have the option of paying for it over two years time instead of all at once.
Samsung is also offering up a pretty good trade-in for the Galaxy S10 series, where you can trade-in an eligible device can get up to $550 off of a new Galaxy S10 smartphone. On top of that, you can also get a free pair of Galaxy Buds, if you purchase between now and March 7 (read: during the pre-order process).