Here’s how much it costs to fix broken glass on the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus

Breaking the display on your smartphone is painful. It’s especially painful on the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus which are both beautiful devices. While your Galaxy S9 can function with a broken display in most cases, it will get worse over time. Cracks will continue to develop and your water and dust resistance goes right out the window. Don’t be hard on yourself if you break your display. It’s the most common accidental damage that occurs to smartphones and happens to everyone at least once.

If you forgo insurance, which is common these days, keep in mind that you can get your S9 repaired at official certified repair centers that keep your warranty intact. We highly recommend you go to certified repair centers as they use genuine parts and have been trained to repair your high-tech smartphones. There are third-party repair options that might save you money, but their repairs are never guaranteed and in our experience, results in more problems than we began with. Samsung has partnered with UBREAKIFIX to repair its devices so you don’t have to send in your phones and be without them for a week or two while Samsung repairs them. UBREAKIFIX has over 300 stores nationwide and can service your S9 and S9 Plus in a few hours or less.

If you want to repair your S9 or S9 Plus, head on over to to find the closest UBREAKIFIX store to you. Select a store and then choose which phone you want to be repaired and to schedule an appointment.

Repair costs of the Samsung Galaxy S9

  • Diagnostic – free
  • Front glass and LCD – $219.99
  • Front glass – $219.99
  • Rear glass replacement – $59.99

Repair costs of the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus

  • Diagnostic – free
  • Front glass and LCD – $229.99
  • Front glass – $229.99
  • Rear glass replacement – $59.99

If you don’t have accidental insurance on your S9, you might have options where you don’t have to pay for the fixes. Some credit cards, like the Wells Fargo Cash Wise Visa (and other WF cards) offer free insurance if you damage your smartphone and pay for your monthly bill with it. Check your credit card provider’s options before you shell out your hard-earned cash.

UBREAKIFIX fixes a wide range of devices. If you’d like to learn more, head on over to

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