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Yesterday I told you about a solid deal that T-Mobile is offering on the LG G4. Now T-Mo has rolled out some discounts on Samsung flagships, too.

T-Mobile is offering $100 off the Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+, and Galaxy Note 5. The discount appears to be automatic, too, so you don’t have to worry about entering a promo code to get your savings. With the discount, the Galaxy S6 starts at $479.99, the Galaxy S6 edge is $579.99, the Galaxy S6 edge+ is $679.99, and the Galaxy Note 5 is $599.99. Those prices are all for the 32GB versions of those devices, but if you’d prefer to have more internal storage (which you might since this year’s Galaxy flagships don’t have microSD slots), you can upgrade to 64GB and still get $100 off.

As a reminder, T-Mobile is also offering a JUMP! On Demand deal on the Galaxy S6. If you have an eligible trade-in, you can get a 32GB Galaxy S6 for $0 down and $0 per month, leaving you to pay just the sales tax. Because this is a JOD lease, you’ll have to turn your phone in after 18 months or pay it off if you want to keep it.

Here is the list of phones that you can trade in to get the $0 down, $0 payments price on the Galaxy S6:

iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+, Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Samsung Galaxy Note Edge

There are also JOD deals on Samsung’s other Galaxy flagships. You can get the S6 edge starting at $0 down and $4 per month, the S6 edge+ starting at $0 down and $8 per month, or the Note 5 starting at $0 down and $5 per month. As with the Galaxy S6 deal, those prices require an eligible trade-in.

These Galaxy offers will be good through November 29, so you’ve got a few days to take advantage of ‘em.

Source: T-Mobile

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