Samsung Galaxy S6 sale includes 128GB for price of 64GB, Galaxy S5 also on sale


The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 edge+ are the current stars of Samsung’s Galaxy, but if you’re interested in a smaller handset, T-Mobile’s got some nice deals on the Galaxy S6 and S5 right now.

First up, T-Mobile is offering $80 off any Galaxy S6, and it’ll throw in a free car charger as well. All that you need to do is enter the code DEAL80OFF at checkout. The 32GB S6 is priced at $579.99 and both the 64GB and 128GB (!) versions are $659.99, so with this $80 coupon code, you can get the 32GB for $499.99 and either the 64GB or 128GB models for $579.99.

These are some nice prices for Samsung’s Galaxy S6, which is still a flagship phone, despite having been overshadowed by the Galaxy Note 5 lately. The price for the 128GB version is especially attractive considering that its regular price is $859.99 and that, as has been well established by now, the S6 has no microSD slot.

If you’re looking to get a new Galaxy for even less, the 16GB Galaxy S5 is being sold for $479.99 with the same DEAL80OFF coupon code for $80 off. That means that after the coupon is applied, your price will be $399.99.

Via: Android Police
Sources: T-Mobile Galaxy S6, Galaxy S5

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  • Adrayven

    If you get a Note 5, don’t put the stylus in backwards! :D

    • Jose Lugo

      I can’t believe someone would actually do this and how could Samsung even allow this. When I heard about this, I tried this on my Note 4 (yes, I had too lol) and half way through it stopped.

      • Mjsun

        Me too! Hahaha but I only went as deep as the metal tip before I came to my senses. That was stupid of me but I kinda didn’t care since my phone is acting funny.

    • mreveryphone

      I tried this on my note 5 and it went all the way in and was recognized by the phone, then I pulled it back out…

  • Bradley Karas

    Those that do that are a special type of stupid!!! :)

  • Acdc1a

    $500 is still too much for this phone. Moving along.

  • Sushimane

    Very tempting. But I gotta say no. Waiting to see both nexus

    • Peter Smith

      I agree, I used one jump for my Nexus 6 but I the deal is nice. However, Nexus get priority !

  • Paul

    No thanks, I have 128G micro sd card in my Note 3. Sammy would have sold more of these if they had included a micro sd card.

  • John Wentworth

    Damn, I just bought my wife an 64 GB S6 version last night.
    Her old 2013 Moto X was dying, constantly losing signal and the touch screen started acting up.
    The Note5 or edge+ are just too big for her, coming from the 2013 Moto X, even the S6 is a bit of an adjustment for her size wise.

    • brybry

      cancel the order and re-order

      • John Wentworth

        If I had bought it online, I would but we picked it up in the store.
        thanks, though.
        Probably going to ask at the store just in case.

    • JaswinderSinghJammu

      You can go to the store and they will adjust it for you.

      • John Wentworth

        I bought it in the store, so I’m not sure if this was only for online.
        But I’ll probably ask, it can’t hurt.

    • elmodern

      I literally just did the same exact thing with the same exact phones. My girlfriend’s 2013 moto X was dying so we went in the t mobile store sunday and she got an s6.

  • Willie D

    Got my Galaxy S6 Edge 128GB for $599

    • Jay J. Blanco

      Mine was 899.00 smh

    • Peter Smith

      What was your previous phone if you don’t mind sharing? I have been really thinking about getting in on this deal but I enjoy my stock android Nexus 6.

    • tomarone

      Is there anything non-gimmicky about the edge?

  • Ordeith

    Use the $80 Lumia 640 for a while and you start to wonder what on earth could possibly be added to make a phone worth $500.

  • George

    Do NOT buy Samsung phones from T-mobile. You will NOT get the last major update. This happened for S3, Note 2 (Both did not get kitkat when every other carrier in the universe updated) and to S4 (Best selling phone for T-mobile was not update to lollipop when everyone else including sprint updated it) and will happen to you as well if you buy S5 or S6 from T-mobile.

    • Android_God

      Are you saying that the S5 doesn’t have Lollipop?

    • John Wentworth

      Generally speaking T-mobile is pretty fast at approving updates in my experience.

      If it’s your carrier and you want the latest Samsung and the best coverage (Band 12) you pretty much have to take it, as generally they don’t include that band on the international model.

    • Mr. Mister

      My Note 4 and Note Edge got the updates. Now I am using the Note 5

      • George

        Wait for some time.. If the last major update for Note 5 is, let us say, 7.0, every other carrier on this planet, except Tmobile, will update to 7.0. You will be stuck in the previous major update, say 6.2. You will not get the last major update for that phone even though every one else got that update with the same phone who bought it for the same amount of money.

    • ssjchaseutley

      You’re 100% correct about the S4. No Lollipop to this day meanwhile, Verizon users got it. Solves a lot of the battery drain issues too. Supposedly, TMobile knowingly withheld Lollipop in order to push S6.

  • dontsh00tmesanta

    nah the s6 and note 5 still have the same ram management issue, id put cm12.1 if available on them though

  • Android_God

    Are both of these waterproof?

    • Philip

      Only the Active is water proof and its only a exclusive deal and I dont go to other carriers because of that. Too bad for Samsung for being narrow minded.

  • tomarone

    I got the S6 128gb from tmo just before the sale. It’s great! It might be a bit flakey but no permanent problems so far. PS: How to remove the samsung stuff on the left of the home screen? (when you swipe to the right) Is that just a samsung standard thing? Can it be cleared off to normal android screens? just asking, it’s not that bad, but it is irritating and force-fed.

    • Peter Smith

      Yeah it is annoying but it can be removed. Just long press on one of your home screens. Then cycle through them until you get to the Samsung feed (left home screen) and uncheck the box at the top of that page which will then remove it from your home screen rotation. Hope that helped.

  • priap1sm

    Great deal, but I still won’t buy a phone I can’t replace the battery in.

  • Jimmy James

    I am going to start waiting 5 months to purchase a phone after release.
    Seems every phone T-Mobile releases, they significantly reduce the cost
    at that point or before. I did get free Netflix for a year, so I guess
    that’s something.