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Samsung Galaxy Cyber Monday deals

Black Friday and Cyber Monday Samsung Galaxy deals

It's that time of year again: Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the best weekend of the year for finding amazing deals on anything you can possibly want. That includes smartphone contracts on phones like the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Samsung Galaxy S9, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, and loads of other models from the tech giant.

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How to find Samsung Galaxy Black Friday deals

We've collected all the special Black Friday contract deals on Samsung Galaxy phones into one place - right here.

To find a deal, simply take a look at the ones above and compare your options, choose one you like, and give it a click to go straight to the retailer and sign up.

You can also adjust the filters at the side to see all the available Samsung Galaxy deals that fit your needs. Pick which phones you fancy getting, and choose a minimum allowance, maximum budget, or anything else you want from a plan, and we'll show you everything you can get. Look out for those Black Friday specials that cost less or include something extra.

What Samsung Galaxy deals can I get this Black Friday?

You'll find plenty of contract deals on Samsung Galaxy phones this weekend.

Samsung smartphones can be a little on the expensive side, even if you find a good deal on one, so a contract plan can help make that cost more manageable. Plus, it means you'll get savings on your bills every month for the next couple of years.

A number of networks and mobile resellers are offering specials deals on a wide range of handsets. That includes plans from big networks on top Samsung smartphones like the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S9, as well as older models like the Galaxy S7, Galaxy S6, and plenty more.

Some deals will give you significantly lower prices than usual, while others have bonus monthly allowances or maybe even free gifts. Use our comparison tool above to see what's available.

What data allowance do I need?

It may be Black Friday just for this weekend, but the deal you pick will most likely last for two years - so make sure you pick a plan that works for you long-term. That means choosing the right monthly allowance.

  • 1GB or less - This suits lighter users who don't use mobile internet much or only use it for a bit of web browsing, and anyone who's usually connected to Wi-Fi.
  • 2GB-5GB - Most people's smartphone use falls in this range. It's ideal for plenty of browsing and social media, plus watching a few videos or streaming a few hours of music.
  • 10GB and above - Best for smartphone fiends who are always on the go, like to stream TV and films on their phone, or download lots of big files. You could even splash out for unlimited data if you really want peace of mind.

Take a look at our full guide to choosing an allowance for everything you need to know.

What are the Samsung Galaxy phones like?

Samsung's Galaxy range of smartphones is made to impress. The company is known for creating phones with stunning screens, top-notch tech specs, and of course gorgeous designs - just take a look at those curvy-edged displays.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Samsung’s flagship phone, the Galaxy Note 9, is a seriously impressive bit of kit. Indeed, with its 6.4in end-to-end display, not only is the Note 9 the biggest smartphone made by Samsung, it’s also the most powerful.

It’s no slouch on the camera-front, either; like the Note 8, it sports a dual camera-sensor and a finger-print sensor at the back. Both 12mpxl snappers have auto-focus, and Samsung’s super Intelligent Camera feature can detect closed eyes, fix blurry pictures and even optimise a scene dependent on its colour tone.

Of course, these premium specs and features don't come cheap. Fortunately, Black Friday is the perfect time to grab a deal. Take a look at the table above to find the best ones.

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+

With the arrival of the S9 and the S9+ earlier this year, Samsung crafted a perfect fusion of power and elegant design. Indeed, both devices run on Android 8.0 (Oreo) and have enough battery power to last most of the day, as well as sport top-end 8MP front and rear cameras.

All that said, the S9 is costly, which means you should be on the look out for a good deal this Black Friday. Check the deals above to find one you like the look of.

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+

Both these handsets come rocking big 'Infinity' displays that take up almost the entire front of the phone. Under the hood, they have speedy platforms and lots of memory to power them, and they run Android 7.0 Nougat.

That said, the Galaxy S8 and S8+ are quite costly - most of the year, that is. Black Friday means you can grab an S8 or S8+ at a far lower and more affordable price. Take a look at the available deals in the table above.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8

The Galaxy Note 8 has got a 6.3-inch display - and one of the best smartphones around right now, full stop. It comes with a stylus so you can jot down notes in an instant, annotate your screenshots, and use the screen with more precision. On top of all that, it's also got amazing cameras and powerful processors.

Of course, being such a good phone means it doesn't come cheap - Black Friday is the perfect time to grab a great deal on the Note 8.

Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge

The S7 and S7 Edge are still excellent phones, with specs that include octa-core chipsets, 12MP cameras, and up to 64GB storage. Go for the Edge model if you want a bigger phone with that iconic curvy screen.

They come with cheaper price tags than the S8 and Note 8 phones, since they're technically a generation old now - and you may well be able to get one for even less this weekend.

What else can I get on Black Friday and Cyber Monday?

More of an Apple fan than an Android junkie? Take a look at our special Black Friday/Cyber Monday iPhone deals:

And did you know you can also get broadband, home phone, and pay TV deals on Black Friday too? It's true - and it means saving money all year round. Here's what you can get:

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