Samsung Galaxy S9 Deals

Samsung Galaxy S9 Deals & Offers

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The S9 is a futuristic smartphone from the Samsung stable which retains an identity all of its own. It has a generous screen size of 5.8 inches, cutting-edge software inside and a premium camera with improved low-light performance. HotUKDeals lists all the best prices for the handset and contracts on our dedicated Samsung Galaxy S9 page. Read more
Galaxy S9 dual SIM £493.99 @ Toby deals
Found 22nd AprFound 22nd Apr
Dual SIM Galaxy S9
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Not sure why you have used a turd emoji as just because to your knowledge nobody insures ... I have insurance through Barclays tech pack and not only have I registered my phone with them, they are aware it was bought outside UK and are ok with this. They have already replaced an S7 Edge which was also bought from Toby with just a £35 excess ...


I bought 2 phone and a gimble from toby deals and all 3 of them came within 1 week...the way they send u updates of your productd are lousy but as a company they are alright


SamsDung !!


Samsung screens break so easily. Samsung screens seem designed to crack. I find low cost Chinese phones do not and are more resilient to screen damage.


agreed, managed to get my s7 edge screen, and back replaced as they were cracked for only £25 because of nationwide was chuffed 😁😁

Pristine Refurbished Samsung Galaxy S9 64GB Black UNLOCKED £564.29 with code 10-off-tech @ music magpie
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Decent price for a pristine model. £626.99 With code 10-off-tech: £564.29 Bluetooth Standard Bluetooth 5.0 Brand Name Samsung Built-in Flash Yes Size 64 GB C… Read more

Judging by my previous experiences with MM it won't be pristine... It will come phone and cable only and it'll come in a plain MM box. Buy a brand new one from Amazon Italy or Spain for the same price.


Even laugh


All gone


Pretty decent tbh, have some heat @Mrswitch (y)



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Samsung galaxy S9 £23/month 180 upfront using code TENPOUNDS £732 on Vodafone @
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Samsung galaxy S9 £23/month 180 upfront using code TENPOUNDS 4Gb data unlimited minutes and text Possible 40 Cash back from Quidco Total cost £692

get what you pay for... vodafone ffs


'Samsung exclusive offers must end Monday' - they don't specify which Monday though! Thought this offer was expiring yesterday.


I think better to wait till July as you might end up paying for both. If you don't get a good deal in July and not in a hurry to upgrade, wait till Black Friday using a pay as you go SIM as there will be a good deal. If I'm not wrong Vodafone had a direct deal for S8 last black Friday( £24pm, 16GB internet, Unlt calls and text ,no upfront cost).


I've been looking at getting the £30 a month 16gb one. My contract on my current one doesn't run out until july. Is this deal good enough or wait until July and see if there's any better?


Pulled the trigger , leaving Apple and o2 after a 10 year marriage... Only time will tell

Samsung Galaxy S9 - 16gig data, unltd texts, unltd minutes - £30month/24mth contract with £125 upfront (possible £40 cashback) Vodafone @
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Similar deal posted before but now the upfront price is down to £125 upfront. Works out £845 for the duration of whole contact. Quidco/Topcashback would bring it down to £805.

Have some heat 🔥 Just ordered


16GB Data.


Yet on the iphone threads there are 100’s of serious posts about their precious little android phones.


There's always one!!! Huh (cheeky)


How much data did you get with this deal?

Samsung Galaxy S9 - Vodafone, unlimited mins/texts, 16GB data, £30/month x 24 + £160 upfront. £880 in total. **Possible £40 cash back too**
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
I posted an S9 deal a week or so ago that went pretty frosty!! Maybe this one is slightly better! Thank you to HUKD user Rifaqat for posting info on my previous deal which led me … Read more
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get what you pay for... vodafone ffs


It was a joke mate, i dont need to google i had one it didnt slow down if they was going to slow it down on purpose it wouldnt be until the next models come out to push you to upgrade. Maybe its certain apps or hardware slowing it down who knows. But what i do know is switching to apple to solve your issues is the last thing id do they openly admit to slowing down devices


For anyone still interested, this exact same deal is now available for only £125 up front!!! See this deal here:


I love getting new phones


Too much to list, i mean you can't even install Kodi without using unathorized tools, that's kind of my point here. You can only do what the mighty Apple allow you. I've had iphones, the 4s wouldn't even let you bluetooth files :D - i think Apple have since given Apple users Airdrop, which woooow sounded amazing and new at the time, noi doubt they had a TV ad campaign for that one

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Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus G965FD Dual Sim 4G 64GB - Coral Blue - (£577.99) with code @ eGlobal Central
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
I know most people doesn't like deals from Eglobal due to lack of manufacturers warranty and problems communicating with seller. But i am posting this deal if anyone interested in… Read more
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Yes, brand new , sealed. Very happy!


No no, that geezer's right. If payment is processed by a third party (reasonably common practice), S75 isn't valid. Good article on Money Sving Expert somewhere - let me know if you can't find it I'll dig it out


I ask as I saw a horror story in a forum regarding fake goods and he cc company didn't refund due to similar issue. Do you have any experience with cc claims at all?


Can you please confirm if you received your Samsung Note 8 in brand new sealed condition from eglobal?


Yes i recieved my S9 plus no problems, most expesive phone ive ordered from them, also had a LG G6 and LG V20. Only keep my phones about 12 months and sell them to CEX. - Samsung Galaxy S9 with £30 Amazon Voucher (via Vouchercodes) - £290 up front / £23pm x 24 months = £842
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Samsung galaxy S9 24 Month Contract with Vodafone Unlimited Text / Calls 4GB Data £23 per month Total cost is £842 over the two years £300 upfront - £10 with voucher VC10OFF and £… Read more

it is the Vodafone Advantage Scheme where if you or family member / friend works in one of the many listed companies you get a 15% discount off the monthly line rental for the entire duration of the contract


What is that VEA discount?


Where is this from?


Got S9 for £21.25 (after the VEA discount) £200 upfront from Vodafone with Unlimited Calls, Texts, and 16 GB data.


Where can I buy a new S9 for sub £600 please? I just smashed my S8 and don't want to wait for the insurance to replace it.

Samsung Galaxy S9 G960FD SIM FREE/UNLOCKED 4G 64GB - Midnight Black £509 @ Eglobal
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Cheapest I've seen this phone going for, I know there's a lot of hate for eglobal but I never had any issues with them.
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I'm sure plenty of people would, its not a natural assumption to make that a new phone wouldn't have a warranty to protect you, so it would be a very useful piece of information to know.


Really have to be so fussy? I'm sure you know what's really meant here, although quite a few places now use both sim free and unlocked together to describe any sim free phone.


Knowing about the lack of warranty is vital IMPO as a great many visitors to this site are not shopping gurus aware of these things. Pointing out the lack of warranty could save someone a lot of stress.


It's either sim free or unlocked,it can't be both.


Sorry your comment made me laugh.....The whole point of checking a deal site like this is to find good deals. The more detailed the information provided gives other members a better idea if this deal is best for them. On a side note; I have used this site in the past and regretted ever giving them a penny. The customer service is the worst I have ever experienced, I had to pay an arm and a leg to send the item back to be repaired and over 3+ weeks they kept telling me the item was being fixed and would be returned to me soon and then they just stopped returning my emails and I had to claim my money back through my credit card company.

Vodafone Retention deal Galaxy S9 plus 32gb Data +Spotify/Nowtv/Sky sports £52 p/m
LocalLocalFound 10th AprFound 10th Apr
Got a call from Vodafone 4 days after requesting a PAC code. They offered me a S9 no upfront cost for £45 a month with 32gb data unlimited minutes and texts. I asked about the S9 p… Read more
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I hate them too! Daylight robbers


I ended up going for the S9 £40, no up front cost, 16gb data. S9 plus was an extra £8 with £29 up front on the 16gb plan. You need to go through the process of requesting your Pac code to get these deeper deals.


I wouldn’t pay too much attention to the cold votes on this. This seems to be a good deal for you personally considering the Spotify and data allowance. It’s gone cold because it’s a lot to pay for an s9 plus as most people won’t take advantage of the other benefits. I haven’t voted either way but for you personally this seems decent


I hate Vodafone so much and cant wait to drop them.


That's £1,248 for 2 years. A terrible deal.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus (64GB Unlocked Version) Midnight Black £596.54 (was £611 yesterday) @ eGlobalCentral
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
Seems a very good price for the S9 Plus, unlocked, in the most popular colour, with 64GB storage. Again, as I said on my Mix 2 post, this comes with a 1 year warranty, can be paid… Read more
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I don't know, sorry. Google is your friend :)


Ah I didn't realise the SD vs Ex versions had different model numbers. Thanks. So, what countries, other than the US use Snapdragon?


If you work that out, you're saving roughly £300 over 2 years to buy it then. That equates to it costing £12.50 a month extra to have it now, instead of in 2 years. (300/24=12.5) If someone offered me a phone I want, and said £25 now, or £12.50 in 2 years, when the market has had 2-3 new phone generations, I would say now. But I am a bit of a techy, so maybe that's just me.


I fancy this one but ill wait 2 years when it's half the price and buy from a reputable dealer. I've had my Samsung note 4 for 2 and half years and it's still going strong. Bought direct brand new from Samsung for £320


Samsung Galaxy S9 - £607.39 @
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
Lilac Purple, International Version. £607.39 using an overseas credit card or £630.56 using amazon exchange rate

I have considered a OnePlusOne etc But i use GearVR most lunchtimes to watch TV series at work. I also download on it........ heavily Like 500-600gb a month


What are you doing to your S7 Edge? Mine easily lasts a day, have you turned all power management features off?


What utter nonsense


Does any one know the difference between the UK and Italy version of this phone ? Is the UK one worth the extra £100 And can you tell a difference when using it? Thanks


I'm looking for a new phone and reading reviews seems to tell you were the problem lies. Everyone mentions about phones feeling more or less "premium" and many say that glass feels nicer than aluminium. Personally that all seems like nonsense as everyone I know uses a case so the cheapest through to the most expensive phones all feel like plastic anyway! (lol)

(UK Seller) New Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus G965F/DS 64GB - £685.99 @ eBay (seller trdukcameras)
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
UK stock, ships from a UK seller with great feedback. New Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus G965F/DS 6.2” 6GB 64GB 12MP Dual Sim Factory Unlocked Phone - Midnight Black 1 Year warranty OVERV… Read more

Shall I expire?


Sorry, you're right. The S9 plus was £700+ on that deal. Good spot Witchy XD




How is this deal allowed in the forum with a seller warranty only and not even Samsung warranty? COLD.


Private feedback, seller's address is a residential property & I can't find a TRD UK Limited at Companies House. Poor English & warranty with the seller, not Samsung. Draw your own conclusions...

Samsung Galaxy S9 £33/month S9+£38/month no upfront fee and £105 tcb - £792 a Sky Mobile
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
The contracts appear to be 30 months but still quite a cheap deal with the £105 tcb and no upfront costs.

Can you pay to change the phone half way through the contract ? How much would that cost ?and would that restart the contract ?


Awful deal. Also who in the world goes on a 30 month contract!


Cashback should not be included in the price because it isn't guaranteed.


that's from my basket for the S9 on the earlier mentioned plan. then you get 105 TCB on top


ments Months 1 to 24 £28.00 Months 25 to 30 £26.00 Total credit £828.00 Retail price £828.00 Swap option price £156.00 Length of agreement 30 months Interest rate fixed 0% APR representative 0% Payment details above are subject to credit checks and will be confirmed before you place your order.

Samsung Galaxy S9 - O2, 15GB data, £34pm x 24 months and £150 up front = £966 @
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
Techradar have a pretty good deal using the code TRS9EXC knocks £110 off the upfront price. Personally waiting on an S9 Plus but this is as good of a deal Ive seen for a contract … Read more
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HI, I only wanted black and it has arrived today. This is my first Android phone for a few years, very impressive phone.


If only this was for an S9 plus


Were you able to order any colour?


thanks to the OP for taking the time to post this deal. Just ordered and voted hot. For contract deal I think this going to hard to beat.


People should widen up now. Its not like a few years ago where having a flagship was a large gulf between a mid range or budget. Phones 1/3 of this price offer an almost identical experience. I can't find much the justify upgrading my 2 year old one plus two I paid £150 for. Before that I was reaming out thousands for Samsung notes.

Samsung Galaxy S9 £739 (+20% Credit back on your account) @ Very
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
Very have an offer going on, 20% back on Samsung phones when you "Buy now pay later" using code MMLTQ You can use it on any samsung phone over £250 May be useful for somebody


my email they sent me.



Yep they emailed me and have now honoured as i said iwas returning it lol


They didn't originally state S9 models were excluded. On other thread a comment said Very would honour it *I've just noticed it was your comment! (lol) ;)

Carphone warehouse trade in offer for Samsung galaxy s9 with 1 month sim only attached @ carphone warehouse (1 month contract)
Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
Trade in your (good condition) Samsung galaxy s7 edge and receive £275 off the upfront cost of a Samsung galaxy s9 (Blue, purple or black) Including a possible £50 at topcashba… Read more

I used this offer to boost my trade in value for my S7 with a damaged screen. Bought an S9 sim free, traded in my S7, then on the 14th day of the returns policy i took the S9 back to store for a refund, my trade in then got paid out, £60 for the phone, plus £100 trade in top up. Every other place wouldnt give me more than £45 for my S7 because of the smashed screen. It was a slow process though and took numerous phone calls to chace up the trade in. You can also use the offer to get a better value for your phone, if you dont want the S9 just return it.


Only really works out at approx £75 off the device as the a used Samsung galaxy s7 edge is worth about £200 if you sell it independently anywhere else


personally think they want you to buy the phone then when it comes to trade in they will reduce the price by saying certain things are not up to scratch with them ;) reducing the price they are going to offer you


Someone could sell their S7 Edge for £200 and buy the deal for £621 making the S9 effectively £421. No faffing around with cancelling contracts or chasing cash backs...


Trading in the S7 edge for a S9 is a con as technically the S7 Edge equivalent is the S9+

Samsung trade in offer for Samsung galaxy s9 with sim only attached @ carphone warehouse (12 month contract)
Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
Trade in your (good condition) Samsung galaxy s7 edge and receive £275 off the upfront cost of a Samsung galaxy s9 (Blue, purple or black) Including a possible £50 at topcashback… Read more

The back of my S7 edge is cracked all over and this will still give me £165 back for that, which I wouldn't get elsewhere, cheers.


i think you have made it clear but just to highlight in case anyone mis-understands it will be £576 + your s7 edge. If you can get more than £275 for your s7 edge on the open market then this perhaps isn't that great a deal . Not voted either way.


The s7 is only worth £275 now then?


I guess it would, but you may have to take the sim for more than the minimum term.


Huawei p8 lite £20. Extra £100 obly applied to Samsung and iphone listed

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus Dual SIM (All Colours) from £704.97 delivered @ Amazon Italy
Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Even better than my recent Amazon Spain deal, which was £771 delivered (now expired). Insane deal this. (y) All colours reduced to €815.15. Works out to £704.97 including deliv… Read more
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I am aware its not just a sim tray, i do think it could be achieved though. Not sure if the hardware matters, Exynos or qualcomm. I do however know i would have to flash a different firmware to get the dual sim functionality to work. Then flash the extra IMEI to get them both working. I will check xda for a way. If the Mate 10 pro can be done, i'm sure the s9/s9+ can be done too. Here's hoping.🤞


The model is determined by the model number (SM-G965F or SM-G965FD for the dual sim version)


Oh I see where you’re coming from but it’s really an extravagance isn’t it. It’s just funny to me to see so much heat for a phone of this price point :/


Comes down to personal choice... a modern smartphone is more powerful than the computers I worked on 30+ years ago, and does considerably more than some TV, whether it is HD, 4K or 8K. You aren't ready to buy something new, where I am, and want to leapfrog the various phones in between which I didn't try / buy. Luckily we have personal choice, so while you can choose not to upgrade and consider it a dumb move, at least I can agree to differ and not be critical of your decision. Would that you may do the same in future...


Is there any downside to buying the International or Italian version of this phone and using in the UK (i.e. network bands, warranty, etc.)? The Coral Blue option is still available at ~£707 and am thinking about pulling the trigger.

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