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How to get a Samsung Galaxy S20 for free (seriously)

Samsung Galaxy S20
Samsung Galaxy S20 (Image credit: Apoorva Bhardwaj / Android Central)

Don't let the words "trade-in offer" keep you from scoring an excellent deal on your next smartphone. Samsung's trade-in program makes switching to your next device easy and affordable — you could even snag your next phone for free today.

One of the best Samsung Galaxy deals available this week can put the Galaxy S20 5G in your hands for as low as $50 (opens in new tab) when you trade-in an eligible device at Samsung. Considering you'll also recieve a $50 Samsung credit with the purchase to use towards accessories, that's basically like getting the device for free! While of course there are only select phones you can trade-in to score the full $600 discount, many others offer slightly smaller discounts that can also bring the Galaxy S20 much lower in price. Shipping within the U.S. is free.

The Certified Re-Newed Samsung Galaxy S20 is now available for as low as $50 when you trade-in an eligible device at Samsung, and you'll also receive a $50 Samsung Credit to use towards accessories with the purchase!

Samsung's Certified Re-Newed products are in Like New condition and come with a full 1-year warranty, making them nearly indistinguishable from a brand new device. The Galaxy S20+ 5G and the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G are both eligible for today's offer as well, though they don't reach quite as low in price as the standard Galaxy S20 5G does. Even though the deals aren't quite as affordable, the Galaxy S20+ available for as low as $100 or the Galaxy S20 Ultra for $300 shouldn't be overlooked either.

Along with its 6.2-inch AMOLED display, the Galaxy S20 is equipped with a fast-charging 4000mAh battery, a stunning triple rear camera system, stereo speakers, 8GB RAM, expandable storage, a built-in fingerprint sensor, and more features that help make it one of the best Samsung phones ever. Our Samsung Galaxy S20 review goes further in depth with the device if you're looking to learn more before buying.

Alex is a graduate from the University of North Florida with a background in sales and merchandising. When he’s not hunting down the next great deals to post on Thrifter, he can be found making music and working on his eBay business.
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  • Then it's really not free. #Clickbait