Best Buy's Latest Sitewide Sale Has Up to $870 Off Samsung Galaxy S24 Smartphones With Trade-In and More

Best Buy this week has another sitewide sale going, with notable discounts across a wide collection of products. Yesterday, we shared a deal on Apple Watch Series 9 and Ultra 2 devices, and Best Buy's sale also includes pre-order discounts on the brand new Samsung Galaxy S24 series of smartphones, with up to $120 off unlocked models and up to $870 off unlocked models with a qualifying trade-in.

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If you don't have a trade-in to complete, you can get the 256GB Galaxy S24 for $799.99 ($60 off), the 512GB Galaxy S24+ for $999.99 ($120 off), and the 512GB Galaxy S24 Ultra for $1,299.99, down from $1,419.99.

If you do have a smartphone to trade in, you can get up to $870 off these smartphones when you pre-order. Additionally, Best Buy is providing up to a $150 Best Buy e-gift card when you trade in an existing device and pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S24 series.

Cellular carriers have offers through Best Buy as well, including the same Best Buy e-gift card promotion. When pre-ordering through Best Buy and trading in a qualifying device, Verizon and AT&T customers can save up to $1,120 on the new Galaxy S24 smartphone.

Samsung announced these smartphones last week, and their flagship feature is the addition of "Galaxy AI," a new artificial intelligence feature. You can read more about Samsung's iPhone 15 competitors in our hands-on post.

There are many more deals to be found during Best Buy's sitewide sale, and we've rounded up a few of them below. You'll find MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models at all-time low prices, major discounts on 4K TVs, notable sales on headphones and earbuds, and much more.

Be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

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21 weeks ago
I’ll be trading in my iPhone 15 Pro Max for the S24 Ultra. Samsung is ahead of the AI game and I want in. Meanwhile, Apple’s offerings for iPhone 16 sound boring, repetitive, and iterative, and I’ve lost all hope that Apple will innovate again.
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