Tag Archive: BOGO


Samsung’s Galaxy S8, S8+ BOGO deal is infinitely better than T-Mobile’s

Our friends at Thrifter are back again, this time with a Galaxy S8 deal you can’t afford to miss!

We’ve seen it many times before, and it will continue to happen. New phones release and cellular carriers offer these ridiculous “Buy one get one free” promotions to entice people to purchase them, but most of the time the offers are quite terrible and require you to change plans, get small credits each month for 24 months and more. Samsung  [Read More…]

T-Mobile has a limited time BOGO offer for Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+

We recently told you T-Mobile partnered up with LG to offer a BOGO deal on the LG G6. Unfortunately that offer has been withdrawn for some unknown reason. But no need to feel sad about it. In the meanwhile, the Magenta carrier announced another Buy One Get One Free promotion, which is involves Samsung’s latest […]

T-Mobile is doing a Galaxy S8 BOGO offer for Mother’s Day

T-Mo has BOGO fever for Mother’s Day!

T-Mobile has a pretty rad offer for Mother’s Day: buy a Galaxy S8 on a T-Mobile One plan and get the second one free, or free-ish, with the start of another line. Let’s break it down.

The deal is pretty simple: if you buy a Galaxy S8 or S8+ on T-Mo’s Equipment Installment Plan (0% financing over 24 months) on the company’s Unlimited Plan (which we rated the best in  [Read More…]

T-Mobile already offering a BOGO deal on the LG G6

The LG G6 hasn’t been out long, but LG has already partnered up with T-Mobile to offer a BOGO deal on its latest flagship. The Buy One, Get One Free promo is available between May 10 and June 8. So how do you get started? Grab two LG G6 units from one of T-Mobile’s authorized, […]

Special T-Mobile BOGO deal on August 6

Starting Saturday August 6 T-Mobile is having a buy-one-get-one free deal, but only for ONE DAY! If you buy a qualifying Samsung phone you can get a second one of equal or lesser value free when you add a second line to your plan. The qualifying phones include the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6, Galaxy

AT&T intros BOGO promo for GoPhone

AT&T on Monday announced an upcoming promotion for its GoPhone prepaid service which sees the carrier giving away free phones. Starting from July 22 and running through September 22, customers can save some coin when purchasing multiple handsets. The Buy One, Get One deal finds AT&T offering up a second smartphone for free when another

AT&T adds Samsung Galaxy S7 Active to BOGO promo

AT&T today added the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active to its current Buy One, Give One promotion. With one week left to go before the deal ends (June 30), it’s a great way for customers to score two handsets for the price of one. As of now, the BOGO deal includes the following smartphones: Samsung Galaxy S7

Verizon offers BOGO deal on the HTC Desire 526

Verizon Wireless has a new promo offer on the HTC Desire 526, allowing customers to pick up a second phone with the purchase their first.

HTC revealed the BOGO offer on the mid-range Desire 526 on its Twitter account. The phone costs $ 120 without a contract or $ 5 a month for 24 months:

Through this weekend, score two #Desire526 phones for the price of one at @Verizon: https://t.co/rzSFs3ZTms pic.twitter.com/oEwdc3C55H

— HTC USA (@HTCUSA) May  [Read More…]

AT&T expands BOGO offer to include Samsung, LG, HTC, and more

AT&T on Friday added a variety of smartphones to its Buy One, Get One free promotion. In place since February, it’s a great way for families to save on key handsets. Today sees AT&T expanding its offer to include the following Android-powered models. HTC One A9 Kyocera DuraForce Samsung Galaxy S7 Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Samsung Galaxy S6 Samsung

AT&T expands its BOGO offer to include Galaxy S7, LG V10 and more

AT&T has expanded its BOGO (Buy One, Get One) free phone offer to include a number of Android phones, including the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge, the LG V10 and many more.

AT&T says that customers must add a new line to get this BOGO offer. The first phone can be purchased with any of the AT&T Next plans, while the second phone must be purchased with either an 30-month AT&T Next agreement or  [Read More…]