Remember the exorbitant amount of casheesh that Samsung wanted for its Galaxy S6 Edge less than half a year ago? Yeah, that's no more. As is the case with most flagships, if you're patient enough to wait for prices to drop, they inevitably will and to a point where you could actually consider forking that much money for them.

A few weeks ago, we spotted the 32GB S6 Edge down at $499, and now we're seeing the 64GB version at an equally awesome discount. How awesome? $549.99. That's how much the eBay seller wants for the G925F model, which is the international unlocked variant of the phone. That means it has all the necessary LTE bands to work on both AT&T and T-Mobile, though it lacks Tmo's 1700 HSDPA band. Compared to the previous deal on the 32GB S6 Edge, which was the G925I model (unlocked - Latin America, India, Singapore, Australia), this G925F unit supports even more LTE bands.

There's a limited quantity of devices available and all colors but black are currently sold out. You may need to act fast if you want to secure one for yourself. Shipping is free in the US and the seller is willing to send it to lots of other countries around the globe, but you may have to pay for shipping and custom fees depending on where you're located.