Exciting Galaxy Note 4 Deal Hits U.S.

A new World Series Galaxy Note 4 deal has hit the United States though the exciting deal only applies to select Samsung Galaxy Note 4 buyers looking to score a discount.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 is an impressive smartphone and one that comes loaded with high-powered specs including a 5.7-inch Quad HD display, a brand new 16MP camera with Optical Image Stabilization, a new S Pen stylus, Android 4.4.4 KitKat software that’s backed by TouchWiz, and a brand new design that comes with both plastic and metal materials. Unfortunately, those high-powered specifications come with a cost.

The Galaxy Note 4, on sale in the United States since last week, commands a $299.99 on-contract price point at most carriers. Off-contract, the device can be found from anywhere between $700 and $826. It’s one of the most expensive smartphones on the market and that’s a big reason why consumers are seeking out Galaxy Note 4 deals in the days after the Galaxy Note 4 release.

While we haven’t seen a ton, we’ve stumbled upon a few and today, a new Galaxy Note 4 deal has emerged for buyers in the United States. Unfortunately, the Galaxy Note 4 deal does not encompass all carriers and instead, it applies only to those looking to buy the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4 variant.

A T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4 deal knocks $30 off the price.

A T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4 deal knocks $30 off the price.

The T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4 deal is found through the carrier itself and it ties into the Major League Baseball playoffs that currently pit the San Francisco Giants against the Kansas City Royals in the World Series. T-Mobile, one of the MLB’s official sponsors, is knocking $30 off the price of its Samsung smartphones including the Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy S5.

T-Mobile’s deal expires on October 28th and it requires buyers to input a discount code in order to take advantage of the offer. The deal knocks the Galaxy Note 4 price down to $749.76. T-Mobile also throws in free shipping making this a Galaxy Note 4 deal worth looking at as we push away from the Galaxy Note 4 release date in the United States. It’s not the only rodeo in town though.

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Those that aren’t interested in going through T-Mobile can take advantage of Best Buy’s trade-in offer. Best Buyis offering $200 gift cards to those who trade in a working smartphone and buy the Galaxy Note 4. This offer extends to the AT&T, Sprint and Verizon variants of the Galaxy Note 4 and it’s going to be valid through November 1st.

Galaxy Note 4 deals are also available on Amazon. While the retailer still hasn’t dropped the on-contract price of the Galaxy Note 4, Amazon is offering deals on the off-contract version of the Galaxy Note 4. For instance, its offering a $20 discount on the AT&T Galaxy Note 4 which costs a whopping $826 through AT&T. Best Buy is also offering a few off-contract deals for the Galaxy Note 4.

Samsung is also sweetening its Galaxy Note 4 release with its Galaxy Gifts deal. Galaxy Gifts, which comes free to Galaxy Note 4 buyers, provides tons of free content right off the bat including 12-weeks to the New York Times, a year to Bloomberg, and three months of OnLive gaming. It also comes with 50GB of free DropBox space for two years.

The Galaxy Note 4's back cover and pen garage

The Galaxy Note 4’s back cover and pen garage

Galaxy Note 4 deals will continue well into its launch as retailers and carriers jockey for position ahead of the holidays and Black Friday. Flagship Android devices typically find themselves in the bargain bin just months after release so those buying today may not even wind up with the best Samsung Galaxy Note 4 deals.

While the Galaxy Note 4 release date has encountered some bumps in the road, the device is now available in the U.S., UK and India giving consumers in those countries another top smartphone option.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 release will coincide with another big Galaxy Note release. The Galaxy Note Edge release date has now been confirmed for late October in Japan and will arrive tomorrow on Japanese carriers KDDI and NTT DoCoMo. The U.S. is expected to get the Galaxy Note Edge later in the year. AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon have confirmed it for arrival.