Here's how to score the newest Samsung Galaxy S20 for free

Galaxy S20
Galaxy S20 (Image credit: Andrew Martonik / Android Central)

Don't let the $1,000 starting price of the newest Samsung Galaxy S20 devices scare you off. Sprint has a deal which could get one of the latest phones in your hands absolutely free with an 18-month lease. The Samsung Galaxy S20 drops to $0 per month when you add a new line and trade-in an eligible device in any condition. That includes other recent Samsung smartphones, various iPhone models, and more devices like the Google Pixel 3.

Sprint is leasing customers the new Samsung Galaxy S20 with $0 monthly payments when you trade-in an eligible device in any condition and add a new line to your account. You should see the $42 discount applied within two bills.

Samsung's other new Galaxy devices are eligible for this offer as well, though neither of them drop to $0/monthly. You can score the Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G for just $8.33 per month or go for the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra for only $16.67 per month. No matter which device you choose, you'll be saving $41.67 each month which will be applied to your bill wihtin two months after meeting the offer terms above.

Sprint's Flex leases are perfect for those who don't want to shell out the full cost of a new smartphone every few years; once 18 months of lease payments have passed, you'll have the option of either returning the smartphone for a new device or pay off its remaining balance to make it yours officially. Samsung devices at Sprint also come with Galaxy Forever which lets you switch your phone to a newer Galaxy smartphone after only 12 months of lease payments.

Not sure which of the latest Samsung Galaxy devices is the right one for you? Be sure to take a look at our hands-on preview of all three models as well as our guide to everything you need to know on the S20 devices. Once you've made your decision, stop by our list of the best Galaxy S20 accessories to stock up on the essentials your new phone will need.

Alex Smith
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.