T-Mobile kicks off buy one, get one free deal on Samsung Galaxy smartphones


With T-Mobile’s latest offer, anyone looking for a last-minute holiday gift can get something for a loved one and a little something for themselves, too.

T-Mobile today launched a Samsung Galaxy buy one, get one free promotion. With it, customers can get a Samsung Galaxy smartphone for free when they purchase one. Here are the smartphones that qualify:

  • Samsung Galaxy S7
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 edge
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 5
  • Samsung Galaxy S6
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 edge
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+
  • Samsung Galaxy J7

This promo is open to new and existing customers. If you’re an existing customer on a Simple Choice Unlimited plan, you can get the deal by adding a second Simple Choice Unlimited line. All other existing customers will need to be on T-Mobile One, and new customers must activate both lines on a T-Mobile One plan.

Once you’ve got your two Samsung Galaxy phones picked out, you can redeem the offer by going to T-Mobile’s promotions page and entering the promo code HOLIDAYBOGO. You’ll then receive a prepaid MasterCard gift card within eight weeks to cover the cost of the second device.

This is a limited time offer. Customers must redeem their promo code by January 27, 2017 to get their prepaid card. The deal is available online, in T-Mobile retail stores, and by calling T-Mobile telesales or Customer Care.

We’ve seen this Samsung Galaxy BOGO promo from T-Mobile a few times this year. What’s notable is that unlike the past couple of times that T-Mo offered it, this latest deal will get you a prepaid MasterCard gift card to cover the cost of the device rather than making you wait for 24 monthly bill credits. So if you’re at all interested in getting a free Galaxy smartphone, this latest offer may be worth a look.

Source: T-Mobile

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  • AC

    great… another deal that I can’t get

  • Panzer

    Oh a gift card not a bill Credit!

  • Michael Elkin

    Can’t get this one, I have enough lines and definitely not going to tmobile One. I would like a simple deal where you don’t need plan addons that cost way more than the phone itself. Like Tmobile used to do just a year or two ago.

    • Francisco Peña

      I agree… But they want the $$$ from the TmO/+ plans.

  • Joe

    Tmobile take this L!

  • Mike Thaler

    Can’t blame TM for trying to get people onto a HIGH priced plan. If we switched from our SC plan to the TM One plan – the 60%+ increase in rates of $60/mo would pay for the new phone in less than a year.

  • steveb944

    Pretty lame how they keep pushing people up.

  • Philip

    So you have to add a 2nd line to do this offer? The last deal I got is get a Note 5, the 2nd one is 50% off. So its $590 each with tax. Hope they do something like this next year.

    • IamTwone

      It’s a good deal depending on what plan u have, if you got 1 of the older plans with $5 add a line only an extra $10-$15 for a few months

    • Panzer

      I just ordered this, my extra line was only $25 more per month. So $50 for a free phone basically (plus taxes and fees).

  • The last time they ran this deal was when the S7 first released. I was able to take advantage of this deal with my grandfathered Select Choice FAM UNL TT+D 50 plan. Got two new S7. Added a 3rd line to qualify. Sold one phone for $550. Got the $700 prepaid credit card and used it to pay off the other phone. Cancelled the 3rd line. So essentially got a new S7 for $150. How they still allow this, but sounds like they really want to push the new plans. Add to that, the S7 resale won’t be $550 anymore since you can buy them new for $500.

    • IamTwone

      Yes I did the same thing last time with the same plan. I hate the 24 month bill credit they even gave me a 1 bill credit becaus my prepaid card took 14 weeks to arrive. With select choice over the holiday they told me that even though my plan included 5 lines & only had 4 used I couldn’t had another because this plan is discontinue, tried to get me on the T-Mobile 1. But why when I have the $20 unlimited LTE & could add lines for $5 with 30mb of data. I had to email the executive office to add a line, they don’t want nothing to do with you when you have the select choice plans.

    • Ravi Hasija

      Where did you sell it like Ebay? Sorry for a noob question.