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This Bank Gives You a FREE Samsung Galaxy Phone Just for Opening an Account

Updated June 8, 2016
by The Penny Hoarder
Contributor

Has your phone seen better days? Mine sure has.

The only thing: I don’t want to drop the cash to buy a new one.

So I was stoked to discover a way to get a brand new Samsung Galaxy S5 or S6 phone for FREE.

All you have to do is sign up for a checking account with TD Bank.

Here are the deets…

How to Get a Free Samsung Galaxy Phone

Want to update your phone — simply for updating your bank account?

Follow the instructions below.

But just so no one gets disappointed, let’s get this out of the way first: This promotion is only available in Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia and Washington, D.C.

You also must be willing to sign a two-year subscriber agreement with either Sprint or Verizon. You’ll have to pay for the data plan, but you’re still saving yourself the price of the phone each month.

For example, if you choose a plan with Verizon, the 32GB Samsung Galaxy S6 retails for $576. If you choose Sprint, the same phone retails for $584. Either way, that’s some serious savings!

All good?

Here’s how to get your free phone:

  1. Visit TD Convenience Checking® and click the orange button that says “Open account.”
  1. Fill out your contact information, and fund your account with at least a $100 deposit.

That’s it!

In one to two weeks, you’ll receive your brand-new Galaxy S5 or S6 in the mail. 

And don’t worry about monthly checking account fees: As long as you maintain an average daily balance of $100, TD Bank will waive them for you.

The offer is only valid while supplies last, and must be redeemed within 60 days of submitting your application.

But who’s going to wait that long when a free phone is on the line?

Your Turn: Are you going to take advantage of this promotion?

Disclosure: We appreciate you letting us include affiliate links in this post. It helps keep the beer fridge stocked in the Penny Hoarder break room.

by The Penny Hoarder
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