The Galaxy S10 is aptly named because its hugely popular. The phone is sold just about everywhere smartphones are sold, but unfortunately its popularity means true deals can be hard to find. We know you want Samsung's flagship device, and we know you don't want to pay an arm and a leg for it. These are the best options available today:

Best Galaxy S10 Deal $799.99

Amazon and B&H have the single best direct discount on the S10 anywhere right now. You can get the 128GB unlocked version of the smartphone for $100 off. While only available in Black at B&H, you can get this price in Prism Blue and Prism White.

$100 off

Samsung Galaxy S10 128GB unlocked smartphone

You won't be able to find this deal everywhere. The S10 isn't even in stock at Walmart currently, and it's still going for around $900 at Best Buy. You can get it for a smaller price at Best Buy if you sign up with a major carrier there.

$799.99 $900 $100 off

Best Galaxy S10e Deal $15 a month

Still pining for the glory days of smartphones when they weren't the size of a house with a cost to match? Me, too. At least Samsung is on top of it and went ahead and just released the S10e with the other big boys. This phone has almost all of the features of the regular S10 but at a more manageable size.

Easy Money

Samsung Galaxy S10e smartphone

The Galaxy S10e goes for $750 at pretty much every retailer unlocked, and most major carriers charge the same amount over a 24-month billing period. The best discount comes from Sprint, who will charge you only $15 a month on an 18-month lease. After 18 months, buy out the rest of the phone (six months worth of payments) or upgrade to something new (the S11e maybe?). The deal also requires a new line of service and approved credit, and if you cancel early then you pay the remaining balance.

$15 a month $31.25 a month $16.25 off a month

Best Galaxy S10+ Deal Save up to $650

Save as much as $650 on the S10+ through Verizon Wireless right now. First off, you can get a $200 prepaid MasterCard if you're making the switch to Verizon. After that, you can trade-in your old phone within 30 days of the purchase to get up to $450 in credit. If you need more than one phone, you can choose to get the S10+ and save up to $750 on a second phone in the S10 lineup (This is in lieu of the trade-in deal, but you'll still be eligible for the $200 MasterCard). Use the Verizon Promotion Center site and the code APRILSWITCH for the $200 card, which requires a new line of service. The trade-in only rewards up to $200 for existing customers.

Bigger and Better

Samsung Galaxy S10+ smartphone

The trade-in deal is a really easy $450 in credit because what else are you going to do with the phone you're replacing? Might as well let it help you pay off the new one. And while both the trade-in and the prepaid card deals require a little patience, it's also the most money you could save anywhere. Some retailers like Amazon are taking about $100 off the price directly if you don't want to jump through the hoops.

$350 $1000 $650 off

How to get the best Samsung Galaxy S10 Deals

The Galaxy S10 is a flagship phone. That means it's pretty awesome, but that also means deals are going to be few and far between. It's just too popular. Unfortunately, unlocked phones are going to have the hardest problem with this since unlocked phones are already usually a bit more expensive than carrier-locked versions.

The nice thing about going through carriers is that they are always trying to outdo each other, so you can get awesome prices like $15 a month for the Galaxy S10e. We've also been keeping much closer tabs on carriers recently, so we've been able to spot some of those harder-to-spot deals like Verizon's $450 trade-in program.

If you want more savings than the deals we've shared, the best suggestion I have for you is to give 2019 a little bit more time. Android smartphones have a LOT of competition, and more competition means more deals. As we see all these big flagship phones like the Pixel 3 or LG G8 release, we'll also see the Galaxy S10 pricing get more competitive.

We have in-depth reviews of the S10 and S10+ and the S10e. If you aren't sure which phone is right for you, you should definitely look at some our comparisons as well. While all three phones come in capacities that vary from 128GB to 512GB, chances are most deals now and into the future will focus on the 128GB versions. If you want a deal on a higher capacity, your best bet is finding a discount through one of the major carriers.

We have seen some deals on the other popular Android smartphones coming out this year, including the Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL. And Verizon's deal for a $200 prepaid MasterCard applies to several different phones, including the G8, the Pixel 3, and more.

Best Galaxy S10 Accessories

The Samsung Galaxy S10 has arrived and with it a huge wave of new accessories for Samsung's latest flagships. From cases to chargers to mounts, grips, screen protectors, headphones, and more, there's a whole galaxy of accessories to explore, and as season Galaxy travelers, we've got the low-down on which gear deserves to be a part of your Galaxy S10's all-star team-up!

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Excellent protection: Spigen Neo Hybrid

It's hard to go wrong with a Spigen case, and one of our favorite series, the Neo Hybrid, got a redesign this year, which replaces the old Herringbone texture with a new wavy texture that's supposed to offer even more grip. This case is still drop dead awesome, and it comes in four fierce colors including a lovely Arctic Silver!

$16 at Amazon

Minimalist color pop: Anccer Ultra Thin Fit

I know there are some people out there who don't like to put a case on their brand new phone. To those people, I implore you to consider this ultra thin case. It won't add any unnecessary bulk to your phone, but it will keep it safe from pocket scuffs and scratches — or worse. It's also available in several colors to match your new phone or signature palette.

$12 at Amazon

All-in-one wallet case: Snakehive Leather Wallet

Wallet cases are always a great choice, but especially when they're made as well as Snakehive's. Made with genuine leather, you'll tell the difference you get when investing in a premium case for your S10. You can get the case in colors to match or compliment the color of your new phone.

$37 at Amazon

Keep it charged: Samsung USB-C Fast Charging Adapter

Whether you've owned previous Samsung phones before or are buying a Galaxy phone for the first time it's always nice to have a spare charging brick. Shipped direct from Samsung (so you know it's legit) this wall charger supports up to 25W adaptive fast charging speeds and also ships with a USB-C cable.

$35 at Samsung

Reliable portable power: Anker PowerCore 20100+

Samsung has included a bigger battery with all of its S10 devices — but if you're a Pokémon Go player or generally a heavy smartphone user you already know the value of a reliable and pocketable battery pack. Anker's PowerCore+ battery pack is a good combination of portability while also packing enough battery power for multiple top-ups for your phone.

$70 at Amazon

Samsung's wireless charging pad: Samsung Qi Certified Fast Charge Wireless Charging Convertible Stand

Samsung is expected to unveil a brand new wireless charger alongside the Galaxy S10 — which means we should see deeper discounts for the stylish convertible Qi charging pad release alongside last year's flagships. Each charging pad comes with its own adaptive fast charging wall charger and is designed to look great in your choice of black or tan.

$50 at Amazon

Charge fast in the car: AUKEY USB-C Car Charger

Aukey's car charger supports USB-C PD which will let you charge your Galaxy S10 quite fast with the USB-C to USB-C cable included with the car charger. The secondary USB-A port features Quick Charge 3.0 technology so you'll be able to charge up a second device or let your passenger charge their phone, too.

$16 at Amazon

Mount your S10 in your car: iOttie Easy One Touch 4

The iOttie Easy One Touch 4 is the most popular car mount in the world thanks to its durability and dependability. Position your phone at just about any angle you'd ever want thanks to the Easy One Touch 4's telescoping, rotating mounting arm which can be mounted to your car's dashboard or windshield.

$25 at Amazon

Certified to work: Whitestone Dome Glass (2-Pack)

Whitestone has made huge waves in the accessory space with its high-priced premium Dome Glass screen protectors. For the S10, they're one of the first tempered glass screen protectors to be certified to work well with Samsung's new in-display fingerprint sensor, so for that reason alone, they're worth recommending.

$70 at Amazon

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