Unlike some other recent product launches—like the chronically sold out PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X—you can actually buy a Samsung Galaxy S21 today. Let’s get you a quick refresher before going over the best carriers and retail stores to buy the Samsung Galaxy S21, including loads of lucrative deals for trade-ins, in-store credit for switching wireless providers and freebies.
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The Galaxy S21 family is comprised of three models: the base Galaxy S21 along with the Galaxy S21+ and top-of-the-line Galaxy S21 Ultra. They all feature fast Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processors and 120Hz Dynamic AMOLED displays, though your pocket will notice the difference between the models. The S21 has a 6.2-inch display, while the Plus steps up to 6.7 inches and the Ultra has a pocket-popping 6.8 inch screen. There are other significant differences among the models, like camera configuration and the presence of ultrawideband (UWB) wireless tech in the more premium phones.
Thinking about upgrading? Because the Galaxy S21 is the hot phone of the season, virtually every carrier and retailer is offering it for sale. But all offers aren’t the same, so we rounded up the best deals you can get right now and you will find them below.
One note about these deals: There are a lot of variables when choosing a phone, including memory, cellular carrier, and whether you’re trading in your existing phone. Remember that trade-in values are generally described as “up to” because the discount depends on the specific model you are trading in and its aesthetic and functional condition. And to keep this simple, all the prices below assume the base memory for each model (128GB) and monthly payments assume a 24-month payment period. Keep in mind that the final price may differ if you opt for more memory or a different payment schedule.
If you buy directly from Samsung, you can get up to $700 in trade-ins and a $100 credit to spend on accessories.
- Galaxy S21: $800, or as low as $100 with trade-in.
- Galaxy S21 Plus: $1000, or as low as $300 with trade-in.
- Galaxy S21 Ultra: $1200, or as low as $500 with trade-in.
Best Buy is offering trade-ins of up to $1,000 when you sign up for a qualified activation with one of the retailer’s cellular partners (Verizon, AT&T or T-Mobile).
- Galaxy S21: $800 or $33.33 per month. As low as free with trade-in and qualified plan.
- Galaxy S21 Plus: $1000 (monthly fee varies by carrier). As low as $200 with trade-in and qualified plan.
- Galaxy S21 Ultra: $1200 (monthly fee varies by carrier). As low as $400 with trade-in and qualified plan.
Get up to $800 off by trading in an existing phone at AT&T and choosing an unlimited plan.
- Galaxy S21: $800 or $26.67 per month. As low as free with trade-in and unlimited plan.
- Galaxy S21 Plus: $1000 or $33.34 per month. As low as $200 with trade-in and unlimited plan.
- Galaxy S21 Ultra: $1200 or $40 per month. As low as $400 with trade-in and unlimited plan.
T-Mobile has two major deals in play right now. First, you can save up to $800 when you trade in your phone and pay the balance over 24 months. T-Mobile is also offering a buy-one-get-one-free deal: Activate two lines and buy two new Galaxy S21s (or a handful of other qualifying models) and get a credit for up to $800 spread over 24 monthly payments.
- Galaxy S21: $800 or $33.34 per month. As low as free with trade-in and unlimited plan.
- Galaxy S21 Plus: $1000 or $41.67 per month. As low as $200 with trade-in and unlimited plan.
- Galaxy S21 Ultra: $1200 or $50 per month. As low as $400 with trade-in and unlimited plan.
You can save the most money at Verizon if you’re switching from another carrier—you’ll get a $250 Verizon credit and Verizon Stream TV when you switch. That’s on top of the option to trade in an existing phone and get an unlimited plan to save up to $750. In addition to that $1000, Verizon is also offering up to $200 for those applying for its branded credit card. Verizon has its usual array of other deals in play as well. In particular, the buy-one-get-one-free offer can grant you up to $1000 off a second phone.
- Galaxy S21: $800 or $33.33 per month. As low as free with trade-in and unlimited plan.
- Galaxy S21 Plus: $1000 or $41.66 per month (you can also pay $33.33 for 30 months). As low as $200 with trade-in and unlimited plan.
- Galaxy S21 Ultra: $1200 or $50 per month (you can also pay $40 for 30 months). As low as $400 with trade-in and unlimited plan.
Amazon’s trade-ins are not remarkable. Compared to $750 and $800 discounts offered elsewhere, Amazon trade-ins top out around $311 for the Galaxy S20 FE or $455 for the iPhone 11 Pro. That said, Amazon’s phones are unlocked and carrier-free, so you can sign up for any plan anywhere, which can save you a lot of money in the long term.
- Galaxy S21: $800 (minus rebate based on model)
- Galaxy S21 Plus: $1000 (minus rebate based on model)
- Galaxy S21 Ultra: $1200 (minus rebate based on model)
Walmart is not offering any trade-in incentives or any other cash back offers for buying the smartphone through its online store. Additionally, you can only finance the AT&T and Verizon models.
Why Slots Are More Popular Than Ever in Canada
Slots have been a mainstay at casinos for decades, with the first slot machine invented back in 1894. They’re popular because of how easy they are to play, as well as the fact that they offer the potential for big wins from small stakes. Over the years, slots have changed a lot, although the key principle remains the same. Players insert a coin and then pull the lever or push the button to spin the reels. When matching symbols appear across one of the pay lines, a win can be awarded.
In Canada, slots can be played at traditional, land-based casinos or online. There are a growing number of online casinos available to Canadian players. It’s this growth that’s fuelling the rise in the popularity of slots. Players can enjoy thousands of online slots from their homes, playing on computers, tablets or mobiles. All online slots can be played for real money, and many can be played for free too. Let’s take a look at why these games are so popular.
When it comes to playing games, variety is important. Players enjoy having a wide range of different games to choose from, which is one of the reasons why slots are loved by so many. There are hundreds of thousands of different online slots available to play, with new games released each week. Players can usually choose from thousands of different games at most top casinos, with the majority of these being online slots.
All most slots use the same basic idea of matching symbols. There’s a lot of variety in the features they use and how they work. Some slots may only have three reels and three rows, while others may have five reels and seven rows or even more. As the demand for slots increases, developers get more creative with how they design slots, leading to interesting new ways to play.
Basic slots still exist, but a lot of modern slots combine unique designs and bonus features, making them more interesting than ever. This means that very few slots provide the same playing experience, and there are loads of different themes and genres of slots too.
While modern slots sometimes include new bonuses and features, the basic premise is always simple and easy for players to understand. All you have to do is choose your stake and press spin to start playing. Unlike some other casino games, you don’t need to use any strategy or make decisions. You just spin and wait to see if you’re a winner.
The simplicity of slots makes them easy to play and a lot of people find it relaxing to spin the reels. As a result, they’re popular with all kinds of casino players. Using features such as autoplay make it even simpler, as you can set up the game to play out a certain number of spins.
Slots may be simple to play, but that doesn’t stop them from being exciting. The excitement comes from the fact that it’s possible to land big wins, even when you’re playing with small stakes. This is especially true of jackpot slots. These slots offer jackpots, which can be worth thousands, hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars. Although the chance of winning jackpots is lower than with regular slots, they’re very popular for obvious reasons.
Not all slots offer big wins of course, but the payouts are generally higher than in some other casino games. Still, it’s always important to manage risk and ensure that you’re playing responsibly. Never bet more than you can afford to lose, and set a budget so you don’t get carried away.
Wordle Word Today 19, May 2022: Wordle Word Hints and Today's Answer – Landscape Insight
With just over 30 days to the 365th day of Wordle, some have found the year-long stretch to be a slog, and then some. Maintaining that kind of streak is impressive.
The 334th word of the day may be so simple that it is difficult to guess. We’ve got you covered if you’re having trouble figuring out what the word of the day is on Wordle. Here’s how to solve Wordle 334.
Hints for Wordle May 19
Here are some clues to assist you in finding Wordle 334:
- Only one vowel appears in this term.
- A letter repeats in this vowel.
- This term serves as both a noun and a verb.
- The second definition of this word is “a drinking vessel.”
- There is only one syllable in this term.
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Today’s Wordle 334 Answer
If you still can’t figure out the answer to today’s Wordle, scroll down to see the answer to Wordle 334 for May 19, 2022.
GLASS is the answer to the Wordle of May 19th.
How Does Wordle Work?
Wordle is a daily word guessing game in which you have only six attempts to guess the word of the day. Every word in the game is five letters long and only exists in English.
Wordle will provide you clues based on the letters you’ve chosen correctly for each word you enter into the game.
Start with words that have a lot of vowels in them to make the game easier for you. Because many English five-letter words only have one vowel, you’ll have plenty of areas to work with if you start with five-letter terms like “AUDIO.”
When you’re trying to figure out the word of the day, Wordle will put a green box around your letter to indicate that you’ve entered the proper letter in the correct location.
A yellow box around your letter indicates that you have the correct letter, but it is not in the proper location. And if your letter is surrounded by a grey box, that implies the letter isn’t in the word you’re guessing for.
Sony Reveals Vision for the Metaverse – Push Square
You’ve probably heard of the metaverse by now. While this is a buzzword for virtually every major organisation on the planet, there are various different definitions of what it actually means. For Mark Zuckerberg and his Facebook hellscape, it’s an interactive world in which you’ll socialise and go to work. Sony’s concept, fortunately, is a little less dystopian.
Speaking as part of a corporate strategy meeting, CEO Kenichiro Yoshida of course touched upon the concept – and believes his company is well-placed to play a leading role in the emerging trend. As part of his keynote, he referenced Fortnite several times, explaining how subsidiaries like PlayStation, Sony Pictures, and Sony Music have all contributed to the Battle Royale to create interactive experiences.
Yoshida’s vision of the metaverse is a “social space and live network space where games, music, movies, and anime intersect” – all products that Sony has an active role in, of course. He was clear that his concept of the metaverse is one where people come together to share “time and space” – a virtual concert, for example.
While he stopped short of revealing any specific products, he spoke at length about PlayStation’s plan to develop ten live service games, and how Destiny developer Bungie’s expertise will help influence its efforts. Effectively, it sounds like the company intends to leverage its various multimedia divisions to create interactive experiences that unite all aspects of its businesses.
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