How to preorder the Samsung Galaxy S9

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Samsung's latest flagship smartphone is almost here, and advance orders for the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 Plus begin tonight, March 2, at 12:01 AM ET (or March 1 at 9:01 AM). PM PT for those on the west coast).
The phones will be out in two weeks on March 16, so if you want to make sure you're the first in the world to get one, you'll probably want to get the preorder tonight.

Place your order here from 12:01 a.m. ET.
The cheapest way to get an S9 is through Samsung. In addition, you can get an unlocked phone instead of being stuck with an operator, and if you change a device for an additional discount, it seems that you will receive it in advance, instead of distributing it over time.
Galaxy S9 for $ 719.99 or $ 30 for 24 months
Galaxy S9 Plus for $ 839.99 or $ 35 for 24 months
Best Buy
Choose your provider here and preorder from 12:01 a.m. ET.
Best Buy has an interesting offer that can make it worthwhile to look for orders in advance tonight: it is $ 100 off if you place an order in advance through Verizon, AT & T or Sprint on March 2 only (however, unlocked phones do not count). It's a better deal than Samsung, assuming you're fast enough to catch it. In addition, there are also the usual exchange offers, which will depend on how new your smartphone is.
AT & T
Place your order here or with the myAT & T application starting at 12:01 AM ET.
AT & T phones are a bit more expensive than choosing a Samsung phone, but it will have the advantage of adding it to your existing AT & T bill (if that's what you prefer), and there are some exchange offers that can reduce even further. Plus your bill if you do not mind getting rid of your old phone.
Galaxy S9 for $ 790.20 or $ 26.34 for 30 months
Galaxy S9 Plus for $ 915 or $ 30.50 for 30 months
Make your reservation here or with the My Verizon application starting at 12:01 AM ET.
Like AT & T, Verizon is more expensive than Samsung, but the exchange of offers can sweeten the well in general.
Galaxy S9 for $ 800 or $ 33.33 for 24 months
Galaxy S9 Plus for $ 930 or $ 38.74 for 24 months
T Mobile
Place your order here from 12:01 a.m. ET.
T-Mobile is almost the same as Samsung's prices, but to take advantage of any exchange offer, it means you're committing to T-Mobile, since the discounts come in the form of invoice credits.
Galaxy S9 for $ 30 for 24 months
Galaxy S9 Plus for $ 30 for 24 months plus an initial payment of $ 120
Place your order here from 12:01 a.m. ET.
It's also more expensive than Samsung, but if Samsung is exhausted and you really want a Sprint S9 on launch day, it's an option.
Galaxy S9 for $ 33 for 24 months
Galaxy S9 Plus $ 38 for 24 months


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