Samsung Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9 discounted for Cyber Monday


UPDATE: Amazon is sold out of the Galaxy S6, but eBay seller robertsdigital is offering a bundle with the same 32GB unlocked Galaxy S6, wireless charging pad, and clear cover for $389.99.


T-Mobile is currently offering the Galaxy S6 for $0 down and $0 payments with eligible trade-in, but if you don’t have a trade-in or just want to buy your GS6 outright, Amazon has a deal you may want to check out.

Amazon is selling the Samsung Galaxy S6 for $399.99. This is the unlocked US model that Samsung sells on its online store, but Samsung is asking $599.99 for the device. The GS6 is model SM-G920TZKAXAR and it includes 32GB of built-in storage as well as support for HSPA bands 1, 2, 3, and 4 as well as LTE bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 12, 17, and 20.

Amazon says that orders of the Galaxy S6 will take an extra day or two to process and that free Prime shipping will take four to five days. You can still order one if you’re interested, though.

If HTC is more your style, the company is offering a big discount on its One M9 for Cyber Monday. You can snag a One M9 from HTC’s online store for $389.40, down from $649 (discount will appear in the cart). This price applies to the unlocked version as well as the T-Mobile model. The unlocked One M9 supports LTE bands 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 12, 13, 17, 29, and 30, while the T-Mobile version includes LTE bands 2, 3, 4, 7, 12, and 17.

Both of these deals will only last through the end of today, November 30, so you’ll need to act fast if you’re thinking about taking advantage of them. While both the Galaxy S6 and One M9 will probably be replaced by new models in the first half of 2016, they’re still solid devices with high-end specs that should serve buyers well for a while.

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  • Acdc1a

    The days of $700 flagships are waning.

    • David

      O yeah they are. I just order the s6 at best buy.
      Can’t wait for tmobile to turn on band 12 in nyc,
      So hopefully with this baby I should be able to get better service in building s

      • Android_God

        Careful what you wish for with band 12

        • William Kestle

          And why do you say that? It takes awhile for it to get up on enough cell sites for solid coverage.

          Checkout Howard forums threads from aws hspa rollouts. People saying 3g will never be full covered and we will be stuck with 2g forever. Times change just wait it out

        • BKPhil

          S/he may be referring to slow data speeds in B12.
          If you’re in an area where so far you’ve had great data speeds with one or two bars of B2 or B4, the arrival of a strong B12 signal could be a mixed blessing.
          Your phone will latch onto the stronger B12 signal, and so far, B12 speeds are reported to be horrendous. Some of that may be due to capacity problems at the back end, but I believe B12 also has inherently slower speeds / less bandwidth due to technical reasons.

    • Guest

      Not for Apple. iPhones will always have the $700 price tag because they can and people will still buy them lol

      • PiCASSiMO

        Sad but true… I wouldn’t mind trying out an iP6s+ for $300-$400, but not $750 for their 16GB model.

      • Acdc1a

        Apple buyers will come around eventually. Unfortunately it will be some time.

    • Daniel Marchand

      I agree, I think the pressure from folks buying older models on sale and unlocked phones in the $200-500 range are driving prices back down, which is great I couldn’t believe how much some of these new flagship phones were going for a few months ago… Personally bought a Zenfone 2 for $250 when my LG G2 developed touch screen problems.

      • emcdonald75

        You’re right. Also, I think that many of the cheaper phones are carrying CPU and GPU specs that rival or come close to those of the $700 or more flagships. I have only bought Samsung and Apple devices in the past, but this year for the firs time, I bought a LG V10, and I like it. It does many of the same things the more expensive phones do. Now I wish it did have dual speakers and a faster GPU, but for the most part, i can play games fine with no issues. Chips and components are getting better, faster and are carrying much cheaper prices, which helps to lower overall costs and increases competition. Apple is the only company I know that refuses to lower prices, except on older devices after a new model is released.

      • guest22

        does the zenfone 2 work with band 12

        • Daniel Marchand

          Nope… I should have put that as a disclaimer, but I live in the Southeast and B12 is minimal still so it doesn’t really help me unless I travel a good way away. Based on the latest B12 map I’d have to drive 3+hrs to Atlanta to even register on B12 (closest spot to me). If I lived in say North Dakota where they are only deploying B12 right now due to the sparse population density it’s a must have. Here’s a list of all B12 phones:

        • steven berson

          No it doesn’t however its a good phone for the price and you will get lte. Bought one (zen 2 laser) for my old man and he loves it. I was actually surprised with the performance of the phone. Also amex has $25 off if you spend 200$ at newer making it $175 free ship no tax.

  • George Salcedo

    Thanks God, just got the M9 and am ready to throw my G4 into the toilet.


      My brother has the G4 and he loves it. Why did you say u r ready to throw it in the toilet? I am just wondering because I was thinking about getting it for $324

      • George

        On my second phone, its has great features but I tell you the battery life is horrendous. 6-8 hours of battery life only and I’m an expert at saving battery life. Also some new bugs everyday with this phone, overall just a bad phone with too many os bugs.

        • William Kestle

          I have the g4 and love it. My battery life is great at well. Battery doesn’t drain at all on standby. Only when in use.

          Only bug I have is sometimes double tap to wake, then using passcode will make phone lock back up.

        • BKPhil

          On my N5, I had 5% when I got home after a normal day (if I didn’t charge during the day). On my G4, I have 60%-70% left when I get home.
          Admittedly the N5 is famous for a bad battery, but in my experience the G4 has decent battery life. Like most phones, it could/should be better, of course.

      • BKPhil

        Came from an N5, and while I preferred the N5 in terms of size, interface, and smoothness, I could no longer deal with the battery life and limited storage.
        Have been with the G4 (Tmobile) for a month now, and I’m pretty happy. Disabled a bunch of LG and Tmo bloatware, and it now performs well and gives me very decent battery life.
        At $324 it’s a great deal in my book.

    • YABD

      Why ? Is the g4 that bad?

    • Prox

      I have had the M9 since launch, one of the best phones I have purchased recently. You will not be disappointed. The bad press is not warranted.

  • icwhatudidthere

    Does the M9 still include the $100 Google Play credit?

    • Sidekicker89

      I was wondering that too! I ordered the M9 today. $415 with tax.. The dot cases on amazon are much cheaper than HTC.

    • George

      The site says the deal is good as long as the device is purchased by 11/30/15, lets all hope we get the google play credits.

    • Pfunk

      i checked with the sales reps on the phone and on the website chat, both said yes. I opted for the m9.

  • Acdc1a

    I’m disappointed you missed the V10 at $100 off Alex.

  • steadymobb

    That trade in deal is horrible… Trade in your s6 for another s6?


      if it’s a trade in where you own the S6 and you turn it in for a new S6 is a big mistake. But if it’s a JOD S6 to get a new JOD S6, then that’s a smart move. I got a S6 on JOD 2 months ago for $579 (Full price), and turned it in last week and got a new one for $479. Plus I got to keep the charger and headphones :)
      Also, hopefully I can qualify for the the Samsung Gift Promotion (Free Level-On headphones, Wireless Charger and Portable Battery)…I hope I do

  • Mike

    The Galaxy S7 will be out in 5-6 months top.

  • jonzey231

    Why would you even buy the T-Mobile model if you can buy the int’l model for the same price? All the LTE bands are the same and WiFi calling is built into aosp now.

  • genretv

    The sale is still on for the M9 as of today