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T-Mobile: 64GB Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ Smartphone B1G1 Free after $750/$800 Rebate with new line of service

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Looks like T-Mobile [t-mobile.com] has brought back the Samsung Galaxy S8 / S8+ BOGO deal on their site today:

Note: Requires new line of service or adding a line to existing account.

BACK FOR A LIMITED TIME
Get Samsung Galaxy S8 [t-mobile.com] [t-mobile.com]
or Galaxy S8+ [t-mobile.com] FREE
If you cancel wireless service, remaining device balances become due. Buy two Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ phones with finance agreements and get up to $800 back via prepaid card with new qualifying line.

Order now! Call 1-844-233-9853
Full tax on pre-rebate price for both device due at sale.

To redeem:

1. Purchase two Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ phones on Equipment Installment Plans (EIP).

2. Go to https://promotions.t-mobile.com and enter the Promo Code 17GS8SAMBOGO along with any other requested information within 30 days of activation to get your rebate.

3. Wait 6-8 weeks to get your Prepaid MasterCard® Card for up to $750 for Galaxy S8, or $800 for Galaxy S8+.

Fine print:

If you cancel wireless service, remaining device balances become due. Buy two Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ phones with finance agreements and get up to $800 back via prepaid card with new qualifying line.

FREE SAMSUNG GALAXY S8 OR S8+: If you cancel wireless service, remaining device balances become due. For well-qualified customers. Limited time offer; subject to change. Financing agreements for both devices, qualifying credit, and a new line of qualifying service required. Galaxy S8: $30 down and $30/mo x 24, full pre-rebate price $750; Galaxy S8 +: $80 down and $30/mo x 24, full pre-rebate price $800. 0% APR. Full tax on pre-rebate price for both device due at sale. Purchase must be finished during promotional period. Rebate on second device of lesser or equal value (max. $800) via Prepaid MasterCard® Card. Cards issued by Citibank, N.A. pursuant to a license from MasterCard International and managed by Citi Prepaid Services. Cards will not have cash access and can be used everywhere MasterCard debit cards are accepted. Card terms and conditions apply. Must be active and in good standing when card is processed. Allow 8 weeks.

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Did not see anywhere mentions requiring Tmobile one plan or unlimited simple choice plan??

New or existing T-Mobile customers who purchase a Galaxy S8 or S8+ on EIP and purchase a new line of service or add a line of service with a qualifying rate plan will qualify for a rebate of up to $800 via Prepaid MasterCard Card.
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tax kills this deal
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If u are Costco member, please check out if any sstackable promotion. I switched from AT&T to Tmo when costco gave one 32 Samsung tv per new s8 or s8+ purchase. I got two tv and sold on CL for 170 each, so my s8+ cost me around $230 net... I think that is good deal.... I also sold my old s5 on CL for $150. My upgrade costs me just around 160.. well I did pay taxes for two phone and SIM activity fee though. Just wanna share my experience. Smilie
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With this deal you don't need to open a new line nor do you get "credits" that lock you up for 2 years?

$1500+tax - $750 ÷ 2 = $437 per phone for me
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Did not see anywhere mentions requiring Tmobile one plan or unlimited simple choice plan??

New or existing T-Mobile customers who purchase a Galaxy S8 or S8+ on EIP and purchase a new line of service or add a line of service with a qualifying rate plan will qualify for a rebate of up to $800 via Prepaid MasterCard Card.
New customers must purchase a new line of service, while existing customers must add one additional line. From https://www.t-mobile.com/offers/s...IF3OC39491
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Samsung did one last month B1G1 free with no add new line. Just activate and the other one is free.

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Add a new line. No thanks!

Who is eligible for this promotion?

New or existing T-Mobile customers who purchase a Galaxy S8 or S8+ on EIP and purchase a new line of service or add a line of service with a qualifying rate plan will qualify for a rebate of up to $800 via Prepaid MasterCard Card.
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Help me out here if I'm misunderstanding the offer. I've never been with t-mobile before. If I sign up for a new line of service & pay up front for two phones, can I just sell the second phone (on eBay for example)? That along with the rebate card would roughly cover the initial cost of both phones, so I'd end up getting a free S8 for signing up with T-mobile. Is that accurate or am I way off? Thanks bud.
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When was Costco running that deal?
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If u are Costco member, please check out if any sstackable promotion. I switched from AT&T to Tmo when costco gave one 32 Samsung tv per new s8 or s8+ purchase. I got two tv and sold on CL for 170 each, so my s8+ cost me around $230 net... I think that is good deal.... I also sold my old s5 on CL for $150. My upgrade costs me just around 160.. well I did pay taxes for two phone and SIM activity fee though. Just wanna share my experience. Smilie
Realized I missed that costco deal a few days after it ended. Waiting for it or something similar to come back.
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When was Costco running that deal?
June/July timeframe. They also gave out the power essential package.
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When was Costco running that deal?
I was lucky to get that deal on the last day... it was the best deal I could find... had been waiting for a few months after s8plus was launched. The costco wireless center guy was very nice and helpful... stayed and worked to open a new Tmo accounts even the store was closed, so I didn't miss the deal. Good luck to u, hope sth pip up soon
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Costco doesn't have restocking fees for anything, do they?
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Costco doesn't have restocking fees for anything, do they?
Nope, no restocking fees
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it probably requires tmo ONE or SC unlimited...tmobile keeps have that requirement but they are sneaky bastards and are hiding it
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