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March 8, 2018

Pre-orders for the Galaxy S9 on Sprint are already shipping

by John_A

Some customers have delivery dates as early as March 9.

On March 2, Samsung officially launched pre-orders for its Galaxy S9 and S9+ flagships. Most major carriers and retailers around the globe are offering some sort of promotion to entice you to spend your dollars with them as opposed to a competitor, and if you happened to pre-order your Galaxy S9 through Sprint, it looks like you may get your new phone before anyone else.


In the Android Central forums, a number of Sprint customers are reporting that their Galaxy S9s have already shipped and have delivery dates as early as March 9.

03-08-2018 08:57 AM

It say my order had shipped 😎


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03-08-2018 08:30 AM

I just received an email saying my order has shipped. UPS site says expected delivery is the 9th.


avatar96403_36.gifVW Maverick
03-08-2018 09:01 AM

Got the e-mail.
Got the UPS Tracking number.
Got the text alert from UPS.
Arriving tomorrow.

Way to go Sprint!!!!!!

Mav. 😎


While there’s no denying that this is exciting news, these early delivery dates don’t appear to be the case for everyone who pre-ordered with Sprint. There are still a lot of customers reporting delivery dates of March 12, 13, and 14, but if you placed your order earlier enough and depending on where you live, there’s a chance you’ll be rocking a Galaxy S9 before the week is over.

If you pre-ordered the Galaxy S9 on Sprint, has your phone shipped yet?

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