Save $100 on this Samsung Galaxy smartphone, plus 3 other massive deals

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On the twelfth day of our 30 Days of Savings event with Walmart.com, we are bringing you a smartphone deal that is too good to pass up!

Right now, you can save $100 on the Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphone! This prepaid smartphone from Straight Talk lets you have all of the standard smartphone perks (like streaming and downloading your favorite shows, games and apps, for example) without having to commit to a contract. So if you have been thinking about going the prepaid route, this phone is a steal!

Shop: Straight Talk Samsung Galaxy S9 LTE Prepaid Smartphone, $599.99 (orig. $699.99)

If you're unfamiliar with the Samsung Galaxy S9, we are here to give you all of the facts! This Android smartphone has a 5.8-inch screen, 4G wireless technology and a 64 GB hard drive capacity. Plus, you can even shoot 960 FPS super slow-mo video, unlock your phone with a fingerprint sensor or the front facing camera and listen to your favorite music or podcast with rich audio thanks to the phone's high-quality Dolby Atmos speakers. This phone is water-resistant and equipped for wireless charging, plus it comes with a one year warranty so you can feel confident about your purchase. 

We love this phone, not only because of its current price tag and it's awesome camera, but because we can bring home a top-notch phone and start using it ASAP without having to sign a contract with a carrier! If you've got someone on your holiday shopping list who is ready for a phone upgrade, but doesn't want the hassle of a monthly contract, this could be a great fit. You can learn more about this epic deal here.

If you're looking for more deals, then you won't want to miss out on these major savings at Walmart.com:

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This article was paid for by Walmart and created by AOL's commerce team. The AOL Lifestyle editorial staff did not participate in the creation of this content. Prices and product availability are subject to change.