Win a brand new Samsung Galaxy S9+ (Giveaway)

Samsung’s latest smartphone, the Galaxy S9, and its counterpart, the Galaxy S9+ are finally out. We’re sure you’ve run into someone who couldn’t wait to show it off and brag about it. And why not? It’s a killer device and will undoubtedly be a best-seller this year.

The Samsung Galaxy S9+ is a big, beautiful phone that’s garnering plenty of praise. What with its 6.2-inch display, 6GB RAM, and spectacular camera experience, it’s a handset that’s got a lot of folks drooling.

How would you like to win one?

Win yours!

If you’d like to become the proud owner of the Samsung Galaxy S9+, we’re here to help. Today’s Deal of the Day isn’t necessarily a deal so much as it is an announcement. We’re helping to give away the hot new phone of 2018.

Samsung sought to completely redefine what a smartphone could do and be when it set out to create the Galaxy S9+. They succeeded and then some.

If you head to the AndroidGuys Deals Store right now, you can enter a drawing to win the hot new flagship phone from Samsung. There’s no purchase necessary and the method of signing up is dead simple. All you have to do is log in via Facebook and check a box. Once you do you’ll have two entries. Share the contest on Facebook or Twitter and you can rack up additional entries. Moreover, you can earn extra chances by sharing a URL with friends and family.

Note that although you are signing in via Facebook, your information is not being collected by the social media platform. Our friends at StackCommerce are backing the giveaway and use the information on their end.

The giveaway is open from now until 11:59 PM PDT on 05/01/18 so there’s plenty of time for you to pick up a ton of entries.

While you’re over at the AndroidGuys Deals Store, be sure to check out some of the other discounted products and more. We’ve also got excellent prices on popular services with lifetime subscriptions!

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