With the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and 10+ having officially been unveiled, mobile carriers and retailers have started announcing their offers for the new smartphones in an attempt to attract new buyers, and these deals are certainly welcome since the new Note10 models are pretty pricey. Here are four Note10 deals that stand out from the crowd.
Sam’s Club members who preorder the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or 10+ can take advantage of a bundle that could be worth up to $350. This is broken into two areas, with the first being a $200 Sam’s Club gift card. Alongside this, buyers will receive a voucher for $100 of Samsung credit, which goes up to $150 if they purchase the Galaxy Note 10+.
Customers who purchase the smartphone through Sam’s Club will also be entitled to six months free of Spotify Premium, which is available regardless of which model they purchase. However, it’s worth noting that all major phone carriers will be offering the same Spotify Premium deal.
T-Mobile is offering up to $300 off the devices via trade-in credit alongside a rebate that’s available during pre-order, plus they are offering up to $150 in Samsung credit. If that doesn’t tickle your fancy, then there is another option available.
Starting August 23rd, when you buy either the Samsung Note10 or Note10+ from the company, you can pick up another Note 10 for free, however, the “free” Note10 is coupled with 24 monthly bill credits. You can potentially receive up to $950 off of the Note10+, although this is only the case if you get a new Plus plan.
Customers who pre-order the Note10 with Sprint can save up to $356, or $19.80 a month, by purchasing either of the devices with them. It should be noted that there are several requirements with this deal, and that includes an 18-month commitment with Sprint’s Flex Lease service. Customers will need to get a new line of service and run a credit check. Buyers will also have to pay for the plan monthly for at least six months, at which time they can choose to continue paying monthly or pay off the rest of the smartphone.