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.
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Here's everything you need to know before you preorder the Galaxy Note 20.
|Galaxy Note 20||8GB/128GB||$999.99|
|Galaxy Note 20 Ultra||12GB/128GB||$1,299.99|
|Galaxy Note 20 Ultra||12GB/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 (opens in new tab)
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.
Galaxy Note 20 pre-order: up to $650 off w/ trade-in @ Samsung (opens in new tab)
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.
Galaxy Note 20 pre-order: BOGO or 50% off @ Verizon (opens in new tab)
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.
Galaxy Note 20 pre-order: free w/ trade-in @ AT&T (opens in new tab)
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.
Galaxy Note 20 pre-order: BOGO or 50% off @ T-Mobile (opens in new tab)
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.
Galaxy Note 20 pre-order: up to $700 off @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
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.
Galaxy Note 20 pre-order: up to $700 off @ US Cellular (opens in new tab)
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.
Galaxy Note 20 pre-order: up to $400 off @ Xfinity Mobile (opens in new tab)
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.