T-Mobile once again offering Galaxy S8 BOGO deal

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As expected, T-Mobile today brought back its Samsung Galaxy S8 buy one, get one free deal.

The new limited time offer will get you a free Galaxy S8 or S8+ when you buy one. Both phones must be purchased on EIP, and a new line of qualifying service is required. That means that you’ll need a new line of T-Mobile One or Simple Choice Unlimited.

Once you’ve bought your two phones, you’ll need to point your browser to T-Mobile’s Promotions Center and enter the promo code 17GS8SAMBOGO. T-Mobile will then send you a prepaid MasterCard card to cover the cost of your second phone. If your second phone is a Galaxy S8, you’ll get a $750 card. Buying two Galaxy S8+ phones will get you an $800 rebate card.

This deal is now available, but T-Mo isn’t saying when it’ll end.

The Galaxy S8 and S8+ are two of the best phones on the market, offering solid performance, good cameras, and an attractive design. The fact that T-Mobile’s deal requires a new line is likely going to turn some folks off, but if you’ve been thinking about getting a new line on T-Mo, this deal is one to consider.

Sources: T-Mobile, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+

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  • kev2684

    I’m gonna be pissed if they don’t offer BOGO Galaxy Note 8 at pre-order launch. If anything has to be discounted, it has to be the Note 8 after last year’s Note 7 disaster.

    • Iphart

      I think they might. There’s way too many new cell phones coming out (i.e. Note 8, iPhone, Z2 force, etc.) or already out.
      And IF you are on JOD you can get’em all and you are truly loved by T Mobile as you are on an endless payment plan.

      • Jeremy Turnley

        T-Mo doesn’t love JOD customers – the program ended up costing them a lot more than expected. That’s why the no longer advertise it (you can still get it but you need to know about it and ask for it) and started putting up front costs on some phones like the GS8+. It’s really just a matter of time before they stop letting new customers get it at all.

        • bkat11

          I thought they discontinued it?

        • Jeremy Turnley

          As far as I know you can still get it if you ask for it. That was a few months ago, though, but there are still traces of it on their web site buried deep down.

  • AJ2

    I wish these cell phone companies and carriers would take a page from grocery stores. If you have a BOGO plan & someone only buys one, you should get it at half price. I’m so sick of all these deals that single people who pay their own way can’t take advantage of. If Tmobile offered me a phone deal at a $50 unlimited plan, I’d switch

    • noh1bvisas

      they want to to buy the 2nd line

  • netplayground

    decided it wasn’t a quality comment.