These are the Best Deals on the Galaxy S20 FE: Samsung, Amazon, and more!

These are the Best Deals on the Galaxy S20 FE: Samsung, Amazon, and more!

The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE was one of the more prolific launches of 2020, despite not being a flagship. Coming in at a cool $700, the Galaxy S20 FE straddles the line between affordability and premium specs. Our Galaxy S20 FE review states this phone “packs the best of the Galaxy S20 into a more affordable package”, and whether you get the 4G or 5G model, you know you’re getting quality.

The Galaxy S20 FE shares a lot of the same features as its more expensive siblings, including a gorgeous 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate, a Snapdragon 865 processor, and up to 256GB storage. In our iPhone 12 vs. Samsung Galaxy S20 FE comparison, we pitted the two affordable flagships to find out which one is the best, and in terms of screen and battery life, Samsung’s phone won.


While $700 is a fair amount less than most Samsung flagships, that’s still a solid chunk of change for most people. Don’t worry though, as we’ve rounded up the best deals, including ways to save big by trading in or buying multiple devices. It’s also one of the most fun devices Samsung has launched recently, with lots of different colors for you to pick from.

Where to order the Galaxy S20 FE

Right now in the US, you can pick up a Galaxy S20 FE from the usual retailers. If you’re looking for an unlocked Galaxy S20 FE, you can pick one up from Amazon, Samsung, or Best Buy. If being locked into a carrier isn’t a concern, you can also head over to Verizon, T-Mobile, or AT&T.

Best Galaxy S20 FE Deals for the Unlocked Variant

If you want to grab an unlocked Galaxy S20 FE, you have three solid options: Amazon, Best Buy, or Samsung.


Samsung is providing a $100 discount on the launch price of the S20 FE. In addition, if you have an eligible phone to trade in, then you can save up to $150 more with an eligible trade-in, bringing this colorful smartphone down to just $449.99. You can also sign up for a 36-month payment plan, significantly lowering the barrier of entry to a new phone.

    Apart from the unlocked Galaxy S20 FE, also offers the carrier variants of the phone.

Best Buy

Best Buy isn’t offering any price discounts on the Galaxy S20 FE right now. But if you are a Best Buy credit card member, you can use one of its three financing options to avoid paying the full price at the time of the purchase.

    Best Buy is also selling both unlocked and carrier variants of the Galaxy S20 FE.


If you have an old smartphone to trade in, you can save up to $511 on your Galaxy S20 FE purchase at Amazon. In addition, depending on the seller and the color variant, you may score a price discount of up to $80.

    Unfortunately, only the 128GB variant of the phone is currently in stock at the retailer.

Best Galaxy S20 FE Deals for Carrier-Locked Variants

If you don’t mind being locked into a carrier, you can get some decent Galaxy S20 FE deals by heading over to AT&T, T-Mobile, or Verizon.


At AT&T, whether you’re a new customer or already using the carrier, you can get the Galaxy S20 FE for just $10 a month for 36 months.

    AT&T is offering just one color option and one storage variant of the S20 FE.


You can save $600 on the 128GB variant of the Galaxy S20 FE at T-Mobile by buying the phone on a monthly payment plan and activating a new line on an eligible plan. The savings will be passed on to you in the form of bill credits over 24 months.

    T-Mobile is selling the Galaxy S20 FE in 128GB and Cloud Navy color option.


Verizon is selling the Galaxy S20 FE for free if you get a new line with one of the select unlimited plans. In addition, the carrier is also offering discounts on Galaxy Tab S7 FE and a Galaxy Watch if you buy them with the phone.

    Verizon is only offering the 128GB model in Cloud Navy color.

These are the best deals on the Galaxy S20 FE. Are you planning to buy the phone? Which deal are you using? Let us know in the comments section.

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