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Up to $1000 Off S22 Series after 24 mo credit and eligible trade on T-Mobile Magenta Max

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S22 Ultra: https://www.t-mobile.com/cell-pho...0214673572

S22+ https://www.t-mobile.com/cell-pho...0214673480

S22 https://www.t-mobile.com/cell-pho...0214673398



Get up to $1000 off with trade on Magenta MAX
Via 24 monthly bill credits when you trade in an eligible device and have or switch to Magenta® MAX.
How to get this offer:
Purchase a Samsung Galaxy S22 series, Galaxy S21 5G series, Galaxy S21 FE 5G, Galaxy Z Flip3 5G, or Galaxy Z Fold3 5G on a monthly payment plan and pay the applicable sales tax on the pre-credit price at time of purchase.
Have or switch to Magenta® MAX.
Trade in an eligible device in good condition:

Get up to $1000 off:

Samsung: Galaxy S21+/Ultra, Galaxy S20+/Ultra, Galaxy Note 20/Ultra, Galaxy Note 10/10+/lite, Galaxy Z Flip3, Galaxy Z Fold3, Galaxy Z Fold2, Galaxy Z Flip, Galaxy Z Fold

Apple: iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max



Get up to $800 off:

Apple: iPhone X, iPhone XR, iPhone XS/XS Max, iPhone 11, iPhone 12/Mini, iPhone 13/Mini

Samsung: Galaxy S21, Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 FE, Galaxy S10/e/+/5G, Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy Note 8

OnePlus: 9 Pro 5G, 9 5G, 8T+ 5G, 8T, 8 Pro 5G, 8 5G

Google: Pixel 6/6 Pro, Pixel 5

LG: Wing

Moto: RAZR 4G, RAZR 5G



Get up to $400 off:

Apple: iPhone 6/+, iPhone 6S/+, iPhone 7/7+, iPhone 8/8+, iPhone SE 2

Samsung: Galaxy S7/edge/active/edge duo, Galaxy S8/+/active, Galaxy S9/+, Galaxy A52/5G, Galaxy A42 5G, Galaxy A51, Galaxy A51 5G, Galaxy A50/s, Galaxy A70, Galaxy A71, Galaxy A71 5G, Galaxy A32/5G

OnePlus: 7T Pro, 7T Pro McLaren, 7T, 7 Pro 5G, 7 Pro, 7, N10 5G, N100

Google: Pixel 3/XL, 3A/XL, 4/XL, 4A, 4A 5G

LG: Velvet, V50 ThinQ, V60 ThinQ



Receive a one-time bill credit based on your trade-in value, and the balance of the offer via 24 or 36 (Galaxy Z Fold3 5G) monthly bill credits, totaling up to $1,000.
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Last Edited by heelfan108 March 7, 2022 at 11:26 AM
I have a legacy Tmobile One plan with Kickback with a $10/mo OnePlus. Apparently OnePlus is the "same" as Magenta Max and in store I was able to get $800 trade-in value for an iPhone XR with a cracked back glass (only the front & camera matter) -heelfan108
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I have 8 lines on tmobile one plus for $100 a month. They can kiss my butt before I go to magenta plans.
Holy crap are you on some $70 base for 2 lines and added 6 for $5 a piece? If so that's insane!!
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Are any of you who are existing customer able to get this to work? When I log in, the trade in value drop to a max of $450. When I'm not logged in, I'm offered full value. Is this a new customers only deal?
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These trade-in values are really tempting.

I love my s10e, it's the perfect phone for me as far as form factor, camera, audio jack, MicroSD, and size (Samsung doesn't make flagship phones in this size/form factor anymore). However, i don't think i will ever get $800 for this phone ever again (and a 256gb upgrade to boot). Arrgh
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Why don't we just buy from Samsung directly if you have phone to trade in with $800 value. Here is what I see for me
For S22 ultra 256gb with note 20 ultra trade-in the cost is $323 before tax (and tax is only on 323) and in addition I am getting $250 credit from Samsung and free wireless charger. Any reason I should consider T-mobile deal eve on max plan?

With T-mobile even if I remove the 24 month credit assuming I will stay with T-mobile I am actually paying more ($1200-$1000 = 200+ Tax on $1200 which in my case is 10%) roughly $320 but then no other credit like $250 from samsung and freebies....
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It could be even less than that. It depends on how many of the lines were free lines. If you have only 2 paid lines and the rest were free, then it would be $150 - 20%= $130 and then you add autopay discount and it would be even less!

I know someone with 9 lines on MM paying less than $100 after autopay.
So now it's not you it's someone else? Lol someone with 9 lines of Magenta max for less then $100? Total BS. $150-20%=$120 man not $130. Get your math down first before you start blabbing on this nonsense.
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I initially saw somewhere on the web that Tmobile was offering $250 credit from Samsung same way as Samsung does, however I cannot file any refrences to it. Was I dreaming or it was offered and then taken down ????
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So now it's not you it's someone else? Lol someone with 9 lines of Magenta max for less then $100? Total BS. $150-20%=$120 man not $130. Get your math down first before you start blabbing on this nonsense.
It was a typo, but you are right, it would be 120 which is even better. And yes I brought up someone else (here on SD) just to bring up another example.
But hey, I could care less if you believe me or not. You did the math yourself. $120 before autopay discount if you are only paying for 2 lines. I will let you figure out what the autopay discount. You do know how many times tmobile has offered free lines right? A bunch.
If you don't believe me, go look at the insider hookup thread and see what others are doing.
Again, I don't care if you do or don't. I am done with this conversation.
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Why don't we just buy from Samsung directly if you have phone to trade in with $800 value. Here is what I see for me
For S22 ultra 256gb with note 20 ultra trade-in the cost is $323 before tax (and tax is only on 323) and in addition I am getting $250 credit from Samsung and free wireless charger. Any reason I should consider T-mobile deal eve on max plan?

With T-mobile even if I remove the 24 month credit assuming I will stay with T-mobile I am actually paying more ($1200-$1000 = 200+ Tax on $1200 which in my case is 10%) roughly $320 but then no other credit like $250 from samsung and freebies....
It all depends on what phone you are trading in. You are talking about trading in a very recent phone. The note 20 ultra is probably the best sweet spot of a deal. For a mid range or older phone, like note 10 plus or s10e, Samsung trade in value doesn't even come close to what tmobile is offering. Note 10 plus is 425 on Samsung and 1000 on tmo. S10e is 140 on Samsung and 800 on tmobile.
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It all depends on what phone you are trading in. You are talking about trading in a very recent phone. For a mid range or older phone, like note 10 or s10e, Samsung trade in value doesn't even come close to what tmobile is offering.
Totally make sense in that case. That is why I mentioned Note 20 ultra for me. In my case buying from Samsung is much better even if I am on magenta max plan
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Are any of you who are existing customer able to get this to work? When I log in, the trade in value drop to a max of $450. When I'm not logged in, I'm offered full value. Is this a new customers only deal?
There are 3 options for this deal -

1. Magenta Max will get up to $1000 credit (depend on trade-in phone).
2. Other plans will get up to $500 credit (depend on trade-in phone).
3. BOGO $800 off

In my case of 2 Samsung Note 9 phones, I'll go with option 1 since it gives me the best value and also because I already have Magenta Max plan.
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It was a typo, but you are right, it would be 120 which is even better. And yes I brought up someone else (here on SD) just to bring up another example.
But hey, I could care less if you believe me or not. You did the math yourself. $120 before autopay discount if you are only paying for 2 lines. I will let you figure out what the autopay discount. You do know how many times tmobile has offered free lines right? A bunch.
If you don't believe me, go look at the insider hookup thread and see what others are doing.
Again, I don't care if you do or don't. I am done with this conversation.
Superslickz is right.
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Why don't we just buy from Samsung directly if you have phone to trade in with $800 value. Here is what I see for me
For S22 ultra 256gb with note 20 ultra trade-in the cost is $323 before tax (and tax is only on 323) and in addition I am getting $250 credit from Samsung and free wireless charger. Any reason I should consider T-mobile deal eve on max plan?

With T-mobile even if I remove the 24 month credit assuming I will stay with T-mobile I am actually paying more ($1200-$1000 = 200+ Tax on $1200 which in my case is 10%) roughly $320 but then no other credit like $250 from samsung and freebies....
is this deal still valid? I see on the samsung website the Note 20 ultra is only $600 tradein value and the credit is only $200?
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is this deal still valid? I see on the samsung website the Note 20 ultra is only $600 tradein value and the credit is only $200?
I see what your are saying, you have to choose TMobile to get the $800 value for note20 ultra. And for the credit I still see 250 you have to login to see that.
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is this deal still valid? I see on the samsung website the Note 20 ultra is only $600 tradein value and the credit is only $200?
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I see what your are saying, you have to choose TMobile to get the $800 value for note20 ultra. And for the credit I still see 250 you have to login to see that.
Also, I believe Arunsharma71's math involves clicking the $50 activation box and Edu/military pricing, correct? Otherwise, you would get $400+ tax with the Samsung route.

i would say though that the $250 credit is not as valuable as you think because they are making you spend it now (in the past, you could have defer that for a different purchase), and many of the discounted stuff available are now sold out from what I have heard.
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Also, I believe Arunsharma71's math involves clicking the $50 activation box and Edu/military pricing, correct? Otherwise, you would get $400+ tax with the Samsung route.

i would say though that the $250 credit is not as valuable as you think because they are making you spend it now (in the past, you could have defer that for a different purchase), and many of the discounted stuff available are now sold out from what I have heard.
Yes clicking the TMobile activation box and employer discount same as edu. $250 credit is like $100-150 for me if I end up selling since I don't need any accessories. And for now I didn't but anything just getting the credit certificate for purchase later.
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