Samsung is already allowing its fans to reserve a Galaxy S10, which is scheduled to arrive by March 8.

The best part is, the company is giving those who do a lot of perks.

First Galaxy S10 Deal

Those who sign up early for the Galaxy S10 will stand to get up to $550 off it if they trade in an eligible device.

More than that, they can receive spending money for accessories in the form of instant credits worth $50. This can be used toward, say, a case to go with the Galaxy S10 or maybe a discount on the new truly wireless Galaxy Buds, which is the successor of the Gear IconX.

Now to join in the program, just head on over to the Samsung webpage and fill out the form. It requires a first name, last name, email address, and a zip code. There, users get to choose the carrier of their choice: Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular. An unlocked variant is also available.

Eligible Devices

Notably, customers can get the full $550 trade-in value with a Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S9 Plus, Galaxy S9, iPhone XR, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8, LG V40, Pixel 3, or Pixel 3 XL.

On the other hand, the Galaxy S8 lineup, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, LG G6, Pixel 2, and Pixel 2 XL will get buyers $300 off their purchase.

The full list of eligible devices is available on the aforementioned page.

The Fine Print

Just to be clear, submitting a form and making a reservation won't lock customers in a purchase. What they'll be getting is early access to preorders, presumably right when the option to do so goes up.

The reservation period is going from Feb. 2 to 20 on the website and Feb. 21 to March 7 via the Samsung App. Participating users have 72 hours to place an order once preorders go live, and needless to say, their reservation will be canceled if they fail to do so.

Samsung is scheduled to officially unveil the Galaxy S10 on Feb. 20 at its Unpacked Event, and it's expected to take the wraps off its first foldable phone, known as Galaxy X or Galaxy F, there as well.

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