By Stephen Schenck | October 6, 2011 10:44 PM
Samsung’s Galaxy S II may be just hitting US shores, but that doesn’t mean that you’ll necessarily end up be stuck paying the higher prices we often see associated with brand-new hardware. If you know where to look, we’ve seen a couple places you can find Galaxy S II handsets already discounted to just under $100.
Sprint’s option, the Epic 4G Touch, is still around $200 when bought from Sprint. You can knock $50 off that total by shopping around a little, but the best deal to be found looks like it’s over at Amazon. There, you’ll be able to order the Epic 4G Touch with a new service agreement for $99.99.
If you’d like a Galaxy S II with a slightly smaller screen than the 4.5 inches on Sprint, maybe AT&T’s version of the smartphone would be more to your liking. Like Sprint’s you’re look at about $200 from the carrier, but better deals are out there. In this case, the path to savings leads you back to AT&T after clicking through a promo link on Deals2Buy. The Galaxy S II will still display its original price, but upon adding it to your cart you should see an additional $100 discount applied to your order.
There’s no telling how long either of these offers will last, so you might want to hustle if you’ve been thinking about picking up a Galaxy S II.