Pre-orders for Samsung’s Galaxy S9 and S9+ start on March 2 and the phone launches worldwide two weeks later on March 16. But how much is it going to cost you to get one in the U.S.?
Thankfully, not $1,000. Samsung’s new Android phones will still cost a pretty penny, but monthly installment plans help break down the full cost over a span of months.
In the U.S., the S9 and S9+ will be available in Lilac Purple, Midnight Black, and Coral Blue from AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, Verizon, and Xfinity. Cricket and MetroPCS will only have the Midnight Black model.
Best Buy, Amazon, Costco, Sam’s Club, Target and Walmart will also carry the new phones.
Below are the carriers that have announced pricing. We’ll continue to update this page as more carriers announce pricing.
Pre-order the phones and you’ll be eligible for half off the S9 and $360 off the S9+ via bill credits and trade-in.
Verizon is running several promotions for the S9 and S9+:
You can get up to $350 off the S9 or S9+ if they trade in good, working condition phone. The discount will be vary depending on the phone (pretty much any recent iPhone, Samsung, LG or Motorola phone released in the last few years) and condition. The discount will be provided as a credit towards their monthly bill cycle.
If you port a new number over to the carrier, you can get $150 pre-paid MasterCard
Purchase an S9 or S9+ and can get up to $100 off on the Gear S3 smartwatch (Classic or Frontier model) when they’re purchased together. A 2-year agreement for the LTE-equipped smartwatch is required.
$0 down + $25.30 per month for 30 months before monthly bill credits
$0 down + $13.63 per month for 30 months with device turn-in
$0 down + $16.96 per month for 30 months without device turn-in
$759 full retail price
$0 down + $30.65 per month for 30 months before monthly bill credits
$0 down + $18.98 per month for 30 months with device turn-in
$0 down + $22.31 per month for 30 months without device turn-in