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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 pre-orders: How to get the new phone now

How to preorder the Galaxy Note 20
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Samsung's new flagships are almost here and if you're wondering how to pre-order the Galaxy Note 20, you've come to the right spot. 

As expected, Samsung unveiled two new smartphones at its August 5 Unpacked event: the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Both phones are now available for pre-order and will debut in stores this Friday, August 21. The new phones are priced at $999 and $1,299, respectively. However, if you pre-order the Galaxy Note S20 now — you may save a few bucks or even score a free phone. 

Here's everything you need to know before you preorder the Galaxy Note 20. 

Galaxy Note 20 models and pricing
ModelStoragePrice
Galaxy Note 208GB/128GB$999.99
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra12GB/128GB$1,299.99
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra12GB/512GB$1,449.99

How to preorder the Galaxy Note 20

Galaxy Note 20 pre-order: up to $1,000 off + $200 gift card @ Sam's Club
Sam's Club is offering up to a $1,000 credit when you purchase the Galaxy Note 20 with an eligible trade-in and unlimited AT&T plan. Plus, you'll also get a $200 Sam's Club eGift card. This Galaxy Note 20 deal will go live on August 21 and end September 30. View Deal

Galaxy Note 20 pre-order: up to $650 off w/ trade-in @ Samsung
Pre-order your Galaxy Note 20 or Galaxy Note 20 Ultra at Samsung and you can get up to a $650 credit when you trade-in an eligible device. Eligible devices include iPhones, Pixels, and previous-gen Galaxy smartphones. If your old device has a cracked screen, Samsung will still give you a credit of $400.   View Deal

Galaxy Note 20 pre-order: BOGO or 50% off @ Verizon
Verizon Note 20 pre-orders are now live with a BOGO deal on Samsung's new smartphones. Purchase a Galaxy Note 20 or Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and get a second Galaxy Note 20 (or Note 20 Ultra) for free when you activate a premium Unlimited plan. Alternatively, you'll get 50% off when you activate a lower-cost Verizon Unlimited plan. Meanwhile, existing customers can get up to $500 off with trade-in of an eligible device. Plus, get a $150 Samsung credit when you preorder either phone. View Deal

Galaxy Note 20 pre-order: free w/ trade-in @ AT&T
At AT&T, new and existing customers can get the Galaxy Note 20 for free when you buy it with a 30-month installment plan and trade-in an eligible device. Eligible trade-in devices include phones as old as the iPhone 7 or the Galaxy Note 8. View Deal

Galaxy Note 20 pre-order: BOGO or 50% off @ T-Mobile
T-Mobile is offering a buy one, get one free promo on Samsung's new Note 20 smartphones. Open two new lines of service (or existing customers can add one new line), buy a Note 20 or Note 20 Ultra via a monthly plan, and you'll get a $1,000 credit toward your second Note 20 or Note 20 Ultra. Alternatively, you can get 50% off (up to $500) a new Note 20 or Note 20 Ultra when you trade-in a qualifying device. View Deal

Galaxy Note 20 pre-order: up to $700 off @ Best Buy
Pre-order a Galaxy Note 20 or Galaxy Note 20 Ultra at Best Buy and you can save up to $700 with qualified activation and trade-in. Plus, get up to a $150 Samsung credit. View Deal

Galaxy Note 20 pre-order: up to $700 off @ US Cellular
Customers who switch to U.S. Cellular on an exclusive Unlimited with Payback plan can get the Note 20 for $9.99/month or the Note 20 Ultra for $19.99/month. (Unlimited with Payback plans start at $60/month). Meanwhile, upgrade-eligible customers can receive $300 in bill credits when purchasing either device. Plus, all customers will get a $100 Samsung credit when they pre-order between August 6 through August 20. View Deal

Galaxy Note 20 pre-order: up to $400 off @ Xfinity Mobile
New Xfinity Mobile customers can get $400 off their Galaxy Note 20 or Note 20 Ultra purchase from August 6 through September 15. Alternatively, existing customers can get a $400 Visa prepaid card when they upgrade an existing line with a Note 20 device.  The deal isn't active yet, but will begin on Thursday, August 6. View Deal

Louis Ramirez

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. That means price checking against multiple retailers and searching high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.