If you hurry, you can still grab one of the many Prime Day deals still available at various US retailers, although we can’t guarantee you’ll still get a steep discount. In case you’re after Samsung’s latest flagships, Amazon still offers many deals on the Galaxy S10 lineup, including the smaller of the trio, the Galaxy S10e.However, Best Buy has a better deal on the Samsung Galaxy S10e if you don’t mind activating the phone with one of the three major carriers in the country. While Amazon still offers the Galaxy S10e for $550, Best Buy sells it for just $350, granted the deal requires activation.
The good news is you’ll get the same $350 price no matter what carriers you choose â€“ AT&T, Sprint or Verizon. For those who decide to activate the phone later, Best Buy is matching Amazon’s deal, which means you’ll be able to buy the Samsung Galaxy S10e for $550.
Samsung Galaxy S10e comes fully unlocked, so it will work with any carrier in the US â€“ GSM, and CDMA. Regardless of what option you decide to go for, both deals are great, as you’ll be able to save at least $200 on the phone.