Buy A Samsung Galaxy S10, Get One Free At Verizon

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is now available in stores around the world. In the US, Verizon is offering up a great deal for those that are looking to get their hands on a Galaxy S10 or two. If you purchase the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S10+, you can get a free Galaxy S10e or $750 off of the Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S10+. So if you do get two Galaxy S10+ smartphones, you can get them for about $1250, which is not a bad price at all.

As usual, there are some caveats here. You do need to purchase both on Verizon's device payment plans. You will also need to add at least one new line of service. There is no requirement on the plan and no trade-in needed either. The discount on the second Galaxy S10 is going to be applied through monthly bill payments for the next 24 months. If you leave Verizon before then, you'll forfeit the remaining discounts and owe that money to Verizon.

Verizon is also offering up a few other deals for those that don't need two Galaxy S10 smartphones. You can trade in your current phone and get $200 off of the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S10+. This cannot be combined with the BOGO, but it does not require a new line at all.

Finally, Verizon is also offering the VZW Charge Power Bundle for $30 off for Galaxy S10 buyers. For $69.99, you can get a Samsung wireless charging pad, a car charger and a power pack.

You can shop for the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S10+ at Verizon using the links below.


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