Where to Get the Samsung Galaxy S5 For $100

NEW YORK (TheStreet) - Samsung is launching its Galaxy S5 device on Friday and Target (TGT) is offering a big discount on Samsung's flagship smartphone.

Starting April 11, Target customers who trade in a working smartphone at a Target store are guaranteed a $100 credit toward the purchase of the Samsung Galaxy S5. That means the phone itself will cost $99.99 plus taxes and fees after the $100 eligible trade-in credit, so long as customers activate a new two-year contract on Verizon (VZ), AT&T (T) or Sprint (S).

The offer is good through Saturday, April 26. Customers can get an additional 5% off the phone when they purchase it with a Target REDcard.

Reading the fine print on Target's Web site, phones eligible to trade in must be "in the Target trade-in catalog, power on, and be in working condition without any broken components." 

Want to pre-order the Galaxy S5? Target says you can get a 16GB Galaxy S5 by heading to one of its Mobile Centers before Thursday to place an order.

According to Target, some features to the Galaxy S5 include:

  • Big, bold and beautiful 5.1" HS screen
  • 16 MP rear and front-facing camera
  • Fingerprint sensor for enhanced security
  • Integrated mobile S Health partner app to track your health
  • Dust and water resistant, enhanced durability and kid-friendly mode

 --Written by Laurie Kulikowski in New York.

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