Due for a phone upgrade and looking for the best Galaxy Note 9 deals this month? If so, you've come to the right place.
Rumors suggest that the Galaxy Note 10 will feature faster charging and a huge 4,500mAh battery.
Samsung's next massive release, in the literal sense, is destined to be among one of best Android phones you can get.
However, if you don't want to to wait for Samsung's upcoming phablet or just want to get the most value for your dollar, the Note 9 is still a solid choice. Thankfully, retailers are offering generous Note 9 freebies and discounts this month to make your phone purchase a bit cheaper.
In fact, we're currently seeing some of the best Galaxy Note 9 deals we've ever seen.
For instance, B&H Photo has the 128GB Galaxy Note 9 for on sale for $599.99. That's $400 off its regular $999.99 list price and the lowest price we've ever seen for this Samsung phone.
Here's a look at other ways you can get the Galaxy Note 9 on the cheap on Amazon Prime Day.
Currently, Amazon has the Unlocked 128GB Samsung Galaxy Note 9 on sale for $709 ($291 off). That's under Samsung's price and the second best price we've ever seen for this Samsung phablet.
The unlocked Galaxy Note 9 is priced at $999.99 direct from Samsung. As an alternative, for a limited time, you can get up to $450 off the purchase of the unlocked Note 9 when you trade in an eligible device (Newer devices fetch a bigger return).
If you don't want to pay for the phone outright, Samsung also has a couple of monthly leasing options available. You can finance the Note 9 for $16.67/mo. for 36 month until the phone is paid off. Alternatively, you can pay $25/mo. for 24 months with the option of upgrading to a new Galaxy device after 12 months.
Samsung also offers financing on carrier tied Note 9 devices including the latest carrier discounts.
Best Buy is currently selling the unlocked Note 9 for $899.99, which undercuts Samsung's current price by $100. It's also offering bigger savings when you buy a carrier-tied version of the phone and pay for it in monthly installments.
For instance, you'll save a whopping $400 if you the Sprint-tied 128GB Note 9 from Best Buy. That breaks down to monthly lease payments of $25/mo. for 24 months.
Although Sprint is selling the Galaxy Note 9 at its regular $999.999 list price, the carrier will let you lease the Galaxy Note 9 at the rate of $25/mo. under its 18-month Flex plan. This wireless plan lets you upgrade to a new phone after 18 months or purchase the Note 9 outright if you want to keep it.
You can also trade in an eligible device and get up to $350 in monthly billing credits to help offset the cost of the Note 9.
AT&T continues to offer a Galaxy Phone deal that nets you a free Galaxy S10e when you buy a second Galaxy phone. To get this deal, you must open a new line and activate both phones under AT&T's Next leasing program.
If you don't want the S10e, you can get $750 towards a second Galaxy S10 or S10+ instead. You must buy both phones on a qualifying installment plan with an eligible AT&T unlimited plan to score this deal.
If you buy the Galaxy Note 9 or Galaxy S10 from Verizon, for a limited time, you can a free Galaxy S10e or $750 off a second Note 9, S10, or S10+.
Alternatively, you can get up to $450 off when you trade-in an eligible device and open a new line with Verizon. What's more, existing customers who upgrade their device under Verizon's Unlimited plan can get up to $200 back.
You can purchase the Galaxy Note 9 outright for $899.99 or lease it for $149.99 down and $31.25/mo. for 24 months. The Un-carrier will also put up to $520 back into your pocket when you trade in an eligible device like the iPhone XS.
For a limited time, you'll get free 2-day shipping with your new activation when you use the code, "2DAY" at checkout.
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