Put 6.2 inches of 'Infinity Display' in your pocket with a refurbished Galaxy S8+ for $540

Galaxy S8 Plus
Galaxy S8 Plus (Image credit: Android Central)

Samsung's Galaxy S8+ has been the center of a lot of attention this year, and for good reason. The phone is on the pricey side though, and if you haven't been able to pick one up yet, this may be the deal for you. Right now you can grab a refurbished unlocked Galaxy S8+ for $539.99 from Daily Steals when you use the coupon code THRFTRS8PLUS at checkout.

These are unlocked Verizon versions of the phone, so it will work on Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T, and other GSM carriers as well. While $540 may seem expensive for a refurb, this is about $60 less than other retailers like Best Buy (opens in new tab) are charging for them.

The Galaxy S8+ features a 6.2-inch "Infinity Display", 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, and a top of the line 12MP camera. These are refurbished units, which means that they may show some signs of wear, but should work without issue. Daily Steals is backing them with a 90-day warranty, and you still have the 30-day return period if you are unhappy with your purchase.

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Jared DiPane
Jared started off writing about mobile phones back when BlackBerry ruled the market, and Windows Mobile was kinda cool. Now, with a family, mortgage and other responsibilities he has no choice but to look for the best deals, and he's here to share them with you.
  • is it water resistant though?
  • The GS8 and GS8+ are both water resistant.
  • I know. But since it's refurbished there's a bit of a mystery of whether it's been opened and repaired, because if that's the case it loses it's water resistance
  • That's a major issue with "refurbs" of newer phones. They're crammed with so much tech and sealed to block water, they were never designed to be opened. Unless you are the original owner, you don't know if you have a refurb or not.
  • I've spoken with Daily Steals about this. They use an authorized service provider who ensures the phones maintain their waterproof capability.
  • Never buy a phone from them. Look at the reviews they have on a ton of websites
  • I would feel better if that was "insured", not "ensured."
  • If Samsung isn't going to guarantee the water resistance, I doubt this third party service company would be willing to do so.
  • why wouldn't they still be water resistant? all they gotta do is put the water tight seals back in place before they close it. these phones have water tight seals inside THAT'S what makes them water resistant not the fact that they're sealed there are A LOT sealed phones that aren't water resistant
  • Where do these places get refurbished phones?
  • Buybacks??? If some returns the device.
  • Customer returns, buybacks, and damaged/defective devices.
  • Is that 6.2 inches of 'Infinity Display' in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?