Costco deal knocks $100 off T-Mobile Galaxy S9 and S9+, adds $100 cash card and accessory bundle


If you’re in the market for a new smartphone, Costco is running a couple deals that you may want to check out.

Costco is now running special offers on the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. The retailer is cutting $100 off the price of each device, leaving the GS9 at $579.99 and the GS9+ at $699.99. You’ll also get a $100 Costco Cash Card with your purchase, effectively knocking the final price of the GS9 to $479.99 and the price of the GS9+ to $599.99.

In addition to those savings, buyers will get a TYLT Power Essentials Pack with their purchase. This bundle includes a dual port 4.8A wall charger, a dual port 4.8A car charger, a 5200mAh battery, a 3-foot braided USB-C cable, a 3-foot microUSB cable, and a carrying case.


The deals will be available until June 17th, so you’ve got a little time to take advantage of it. Because these is a Costco deals, though, you will need to be a Costco member to take advantage of them. The fine print also says that a full-price device purchase is also required.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are two of the best Android phones you can buy right now, offering Snapdragon 845 processors, quality 12MP rear cameras (with a second, telephoto 12MP rear camera on the S9+), and high-res 2960×1440 displays with slim bezels. Normally the S9 is $720 and the S9+ is $840, making these Costco deals pretty awesome.

Are you going to get a Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+ with these Costco offers?

Thanks, Phil!

Source: Costco

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  • pda96

    Decent. But I’m waiting for a BOGO deal.

    • Francisco Peña

      didn’t that already pass? just had to buy on an EIP.

      • pda96

        Did it? Dang, I must have missed it then.

        • Philip

          Last year Samsung did a BOGO. This is the deal I am waiting on. I did get my Note 5 on BOGO by Tmo and it was 9 mths into its release.

        • pda96

          Same here. I wished Samsung would bring it back. The last S9 BOGO promo from TMO was a sham. It required porting and you had to be an Unlimited customer of some sort. Screw that!! Just keep it simple.

    • Yonatan Ben Magen

      I think BOGOs are gone for good, they are switching or switched to 50% EIP bill credits they are looking at long term retention of subscribers.

      I’m guessing too many people were churning the BOGO deals and cancelling a line, paying it off and unlocking and then selling the phone after they got the gift card.

      The $100 Costco Cash and $200 CC for EIP deal run thru 5/31

      • pda96

        I don’t mind being on EIP since I don’t plan on switching carrier. However, a BOGO deal has to exclude adding a new line and trade-in. Just give me a clean BOGO deal. I’ll wait for Father’s Day and 4th of July. I’m sure TMO will have something.

  • Francisco Peña

    that is fine, if you are paying full price. Wonder if they are doing this via an EIP too. they don’t do JoD, just Jump!

    • Yonatan Ben Magen

      They are doing EIP and you get $200 Costco cash card +TYLT kit warehouse signup and direct delivery only, have screenshot and rebate form in links in post that is pending moderation further up. Ends 5/31 But deal also stacks with all the New T-mo Military One promos running. Also if you add a line using BYOD at Costco you get $50 Costco cash.

      I think JoD is just T-mo stores/CS not authorized resellers-not sure tho.

      • Francisco Peña

        Costco only does Jump, th eoriginal, not the Jump on Demand

      • francob911 .

        Is this with $100 instant savings? In other words will it be a total of $300?? ( $200 Costco Cash card & $100 off the price)??

        • Yonatan Ben Magen

          No the $200 Costco Cash is only for phones acquired on 24 Mo EIP.

          The $100 savings is for an outright purchase.

          But one theoretically, could payoff the 0% APR (OAC) anytime after the 90 day Costco return window and receiving the $200 Costco cash. 0% is free money to finance the phone.

  • Rick Johnson

    The not so find print requires a line activation.

    • pdoobs

      Not true. It requires an active line on T-Mobile so anyone currently on T-Mobile is eligible.

  • Roger

    Picked up a 9+ on Thursday. It does not require a new line activation. I added the phone to an existing line (retiring my Nexus 5x). They verify the account with the last 4 digits of the SS. The $100 Costco gift card requires online registration within 30 days and it takes up to 14 weeks to receive it. They had Black, Blue and Lilac phones in stock.

    • Philip

      Semi good deal. Sell your phone and get some $ back. But me no Costco member.

  • GersonT1000

    Where are people seeing a $200 Costco gift card with EIP? All I see is a $100 instant rebate and a $100 Costco gift card via online redemption. I’d consider this if I could get the phone for $500, but if not I’ll wait for a BOGO.

    • Bklynman

      That’s what I would like to know too.

      • Yonatan Ben Magen

        I have links posted below for the info, it’s not openly advertised and a lot of reps are not aware