Another day, another irresistible Samsung Galaxy S7 dealor two. Best Buy isn’t content just catering to bargain hunters willing to sign up to a Verizon, AT&T or Sprint contract, lease or device installment plan, also upping the discount ante today for folks looking to get payment out of the way right off the bat.

Why commit to a single carrier for a couple of years, and torment yourself with monthly fees when you can cough up as little as $450 upfront, and be free to switch networks at will, or resell your phone sans worrying about upgrade eligibility?

The catch here is 450 bucks scores you a refurbished GS7, while an extra Benjamin is enough for a pre-owned, like-new but not technically new S7 Edge. Best Buy also lists the two devices on sale as Verizon-specific models, though getting them to work on GSM operators, AT&T and T-Mobile included, with full LTE support shouldn’t be a problem.

Meanwhile, you’ll need to keep in mind the massively discounted refurb Galaxy S7 is only available in a black onyx coat of paint, whereas the S7 Edge can be purchased solely with a splash of gold platinum color. Quantities are obviously limited, seeing as how the phones launched very recently, and the number of returns thus far is likely on the low side.

Speaking of, you probably don’t have to worry about hardware flaws or even cosmetic imperfections, so the opportunity to save between $150 and $200 compared to brand-new unlocked units is one you don’t want to miss.

Sources: Best Buy (1), (2)

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