Samsung cuts $450 off the Galaxy Note 9 when you trade-in a qualifying phone, and you can choose free AKG noise canceling headphones or an epic Fortnite skin and 15,000 V-Bucks for free.
This limited time deal works on the unlocked Galaxy Note 9 or for devices on Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T, Sprint and US Cellular. You can choose the 128GB or the 512GB storage option.
The Galaxy Note 9 is $999 for the 128GB model and $1,249 for the 512GB storage option. This deal drops the price to $550 and freebies add-on up to $450 in extra savings.
If you don’t want to pay for the full price up front, you can choose the Samsung Upgrade program to pay monthly and upgrade in 12 months. You can also opt for 0% Samsung financing or go with carrier payments. With any of the payment plans you don’t pay any additional fees to make monthly payments.
When you pre-order the Galaxy Note 9 and trade-in a qualifying device you get up to $450 off your new phone. This deal works on most Samsung phones, many iPhone models and select Pixel and LG models.
When you buy the Galaxy Note 9, you can choose an exclusive Fortnite Galaxy Skin and 15,000 V-bucks, a $149 value. Or you can opt for the AKG N60 Noise Cancelling headphones, a value of $299. If both sound great you can opt for the pair of deals for $99.
When you trade in the Galaxy S9+, Galaxy S9, Pixel 2 XL or iPhone X you get $450 towards the Note 9. The Note 8, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Active, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8 are $400. Older phones are worth less, but you can count on at least $150 as long as the phone is in good working order. There is even an option
The trade-in promotion and free items are available when you pre-order the Note 9, and this deal runs through August 23rd, so act fast if you want to maximize your savings.
You can visit Samsung.com to get this deal.
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