If you are looking to purchase a new tablet, and have been eyeing Samsung's latest, the Galaxy Tab S2, you are likely wondering where to pick one up. Pre-orders for the tablet began in the middle of August, and the tablet is now officially available. Let's take a look at some of the retailers and carriers that will be offering the tablet, so you can make your purchase easily.
Amazon is offering the Galaxy Tab S2 in a variety of colors for both the 8 and 9.7-inch versions. If you are looking to take advantage of your Prime member shipping, you can grab the tablet in gold, white, or black, all with 32GB of storage. For the 8-inch, Amazon has the price set at $399, and the 9.7-inch is going for $499.
Best Buy is offering both the 8 and 9.7-inch variants of Samsung's latest Galaxy Tab S2 tablet. The retailer is offering the tablet in gold, white, and black for both sizes with 32GB of storage, as well as a 64GB option in black. The 8-inch tablet is selling for $399, while the 9.7-inch goes for an extra $100, at $499. The 64GB option is $599 for those interested.
The Galaxy Tab S2 lands in Sprint stores starting on September 3, and the carrier is offering a few different payment options for customers. First up is its financing plan, which lands you the tablet for $0 down (just taxes) and $27 a month for 24 months. If payment plans aren't your thing, Sprint is also offering the tablet for for $548 on a two-year agreement, or $648 full retail.
T-Mobile is now offering the Galaxy Tab S2 for those looking to pick up a new tablet on its network. Pricing for the tablet is $27.08 a month, for 24 month, with $0 down.
Verizon is offering the Galaxy Tab S2 both on-contract and off. The carrier is selling the white version for $499 on a new two-year agreement, or $600 when purchased at full retail.
US Cellular will begin carrying the Galaxy Tab S2 on September 11, slightly later than most other carriers and retailers. The carrier will be pricing the tablet at $27.50 a month for 24 months, with $0 down.
Barnes and Noble
The book retailer, Barnes and Noble, has introduced a NOOK variant of the Galaxy Tab S2. To make things a bit more enticing, the retailer is offering a $5 starter credit for the NOOK store, three free eBooks, and three free electronic magazines. The NOOK version is being sold for $399.