Samsung and T-Mobile have a neat promotion in store, offering the Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+ or Galaxy Note 5 for $150 off.
With the new Galaxy S7 and S7 edge now available and the next generation Galaxy Note 6 en route, it looks like T-Mobile and Samsung want to clear up some inventory of older models.
Under a new limited-time promo set to expire on June 14, Samsung will offer customers a $150 rebate when purchasing the Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+ or Galaxy Note 5 from T-Mobile. As with all great things, however, there's a catch.
In order to take advantage of this deal, interested customers must have qualifying postpaid T-Mobile service. Otherwise, the rebate is off-limits.
With a qualifying service, customers can purchase one of the four handsets either online or from a T-Mobile retail store, and fill out a form with some details about the smartphone they bought. At the same time, buyers are also required to provide an image of the receipt. Once these conditions are met, a $150 rebate should arrive in the mail within four to six weeks.
In other words, interested customers will not be able to get one of the handsets for $150 off from the get go, they will receive that $150 rebate later. Nevertheless, it's still a pretty tempting offer and it gets even sweeter for the Galaxy Note 5.
In addition to this rebate, Galaxy Note 5 shoppers can also take advantage of an online coupon code that shaves another $50 off the phablet's price. Using the coupon code DEAL60 for that $50 price cut and combining this discount with the rebate offer, customers can get as much as $210 off the regular price of the Galaxy Note 5.
As always, reading the fine print is highly advised before diving into any offer or promo deal.
"Offer valid only with equipment installment plan, 24-month lease, or outright purchase at full retail price. Must submit Offer Claim Form and valid receipt online by 7/14/16, or mail-in postmarked by 7/14/16 and received by 7/24/16," reads part of the fine print on Samsung's website.
Head over to Samsung, read the terms and conditions and, if everything sounds good, register for the rebate. You can also learn more about this T-Mobile Spring Rebate offer straight from the carrier's website.