Galaxy S20 price cut at Best Buy: save up to $850 on the S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra

The Samsung Galaxy S20 is officially available to order, and Best Buy is offering a fantastic deal on the phone that would be hard to pass up. The retailer is offering up to $850 in savings on the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra 5G with qualified activation and trade-in.

The Samsung Galaxy S20 was unveiled last month at the Samsung event and is now available to order. Best Buy is currently offering up to $850 on the Galaxy lineup when you trade-in a qualifying phone and activate with Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint. You must trade-in your phone in-store, and your activation savings will be applied in either instant savings or vendor bill credits, both of which will result in reduced monthly payments.

Keep in mind this is a limited-time offer and a fantastic deal if you're looking to buy the latest Samsung phone and have a phone to trade-in. You can also see more Samsung Galaxy S20 deals that are available from carriers and retailers.

Best Buy Samsung Galaxy S20 deals:

Learn more about the all-new Galax phone with our hands-on Samsung Galaxy S20 review, Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus review, and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra review.

You can also shop more offers with our roundup of the best Samsung Galaxy S20 prices and deals and the best Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus deals and plans.

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