Samsung kicks off new Galaxy S8 Buy One, Get One offer

Cesar Mills
July 15, 2017

For a limited time, you can buy an unlocked Galaxy S8 (with GSM and CDMA support) for $574.99, or $150 off the regular price.

Samsung will officially unveil Galaxy Note 8 this month and phones are expected to be available in stores around August 23. Now, the "Buy One, Get One Free" offer is going on only in the U.S. via the official online stores of Samsung, and you will not be able to pick any device with BOGO offer from any other online/offline stores rather than official online Samsung stores like and the Shop Samsung App.

Samsung's new promotional offer for Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus - Buy one, get one (BOGO). If you choose to upgrade the second device to Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus, an additional $100 has to be paid after the trade-in. The devices that are eligible for trade-in include the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge and S6 edge+, Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, and iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.

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Samsung's Galaxy S8 is one of the best flagship handsets of the year, and because it's a few months old, it's already ripe for some hot deals.

The trade-in device must be in good working condition without any cracks or obvious blemishes. Samsung will charge the full amount of second free device if the trade-in smartphone does not meet the eligibility requirements.

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