Reserve A Galaxy S10 Smartphone And Receive Up To $550 Off Via Trade In, Early Access, And $50 Accessories Credit

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Reserve A Galaxy S10 Smartphone And Receive Up To $550 Off Via Trade In, Early Access, And $50 Accessories Credit

You can reserve the next flagship Samsung Galaxy smartphone via the link above. Reserving a phone does not obligate you to purchase it. You will have the ability to purchase the phone within 3 days of the phone’s release date.

By reserving now you will receive:

  • Up to $550 off with an eligible Trade-In Device
  • A $50 credit for accessories
  • Early access to order the phone once it goes on sale
  • Guaranteed delivery by March 8th while supplies last

Reservations end on 2/20.

“Reserving your device during the Reservation Period will not automatically place an order. To place the order and receive Samsung’s next flagship Galaxy device, after you place your reservation, you must return to or the App and fully complete the order transaction within the 72 hour period after the device goes on sale. If you do not return to or the App to complete your order, your reservation will be cancelled automatically and you will no longer have reserved priority for placing an order to receive the next Galaxy device, and your ability to place an order going forward will be subject to availability of devices and any shipping times available at the time of your order.”

HT: Davidthebest, via DDF

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What’s the price for the phone and what is the trade in value for an s8 and a s7edge?


Right above the Reserve button on the bottom of the page, there is a little hyper link: “Find your trade in value”

All the phones that are $550:
Apple: iPhone 8 and above
Samsung: S9 and above
LG: V40

None of the phones can have cracked screens etc, nor can the be on any “BLACK LISTS”


How do you find out if you are eligible for a trade in?


click on the link in the post


Reserve an unlocked version or Verizon version?

David Reich

That’s what I want to know. I have Verizon, but if the unlocked version is the same price, and completely compatible with Verizon, then that’s what I’d opt for.


the difference is that if you do not reserve a carriers version then you are going to be missing features like voicemail to text and Wi-Fi calling


Proof ? I have unlocked phone and have all the above features. It’s just a ploy by carriers which is thankfully becoming common

K Lee

I have an unlocked Samsung S8+, using it with Verizon. The Verizon voicemail-to-text app is not compatible with it. I’ve gone around and around with support. Can’t get it to work.
My workaround is to forward my calls (when busy or unanswered) to my google number where I get the same service and the google voicemail app works fine.


Guess it depends on device..I got iPhone


Huh? Why’s that? I have unlocked pixel and still have those features.


Which phones are trade in eligible? Galaxy S8?


s8 is 300


Click the link. S8 is $300 trade in


what if my screen is cracked. can i do this


Anyone know the price of the S10?


No official prices yet, but rumor has it that they’ll be a “budget” one called s10e or s10 lite that will be about $800. Standard s10 around $950-$1000, and s10 plus at $1100-$1150, and even higher price points for higher storage versions of the phone.


what is trade in for s5?


how does this program work if you pay a monthly fee to verizon for your current phone?

Point lover

You’ll most likely be required to buy out your phone from Verizon


Aren’t Note series (currently Note 9 and later Note 10) phones considered Samsung flagship smartphones?


no credit for my LG7 Thinq!!