The upcoming Galaxy Note 10 is expected to be a big release (literally). However, if you can't afford to wait for Sammy's next phablet or if you're just looking to get the best bang for your buck, the Galaxy Note 9 is still a solid pick.
Currently, Samsung has the unlocked Galaxy Note 9 for $899.99. Don't want to shell out all that cash up front? You can save up to $300 off with select trade-ins.
Alternatively, Amazon has the Unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for $739. That's $160 under Samsung's price and the best deal we've ever seen for Samsung's oversized smartphone.
Here's a look at other ways you can get the Galaxy Note 9 on the cheap.
Amazon is offering the Unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for $739. That's $160 off and the best price we could find for this unlocked phone. (Other colors cost a few bucks more).
In addition to the carrier discounts available on Samsung's website, the phone manufacturer also lets you trade-in a phone to reap even more savings. Samsung offers up to $300 in trade-in value depending on the phone you have to offer. (Newer devices fetch a better return.)
Best Buy is selling the unlocked Note 9 for $799.99, which undercuts Samsung's 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.
Open a new line of service at Sprint, and you can enjoy some savings on an 18-month Sprint Flex lease for the Note 9. Sprint will charge just $20 a month, instead of the normal $41.67 rate. You can upgrade to a new phone after 18 months or buy your Note 9 outright if you decide to keep it.
AT&T doesn't have any current promos on the Note 9 itself. Instead, you'll get $150 off Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 or Galaxy Book2 when you purchase a Note 9.
For a limited time, Verizon will take $300 off your Note 9 purchase when you switch from a competing carrier. Alternatively, current customers can get $300 off when they add a new line or $100 off when they upgrade.
Purchase the Galaxy Note 9 from the Un-carrier network and they will give you up to $360. You must trade in an eligible device to receive a one-time credit followed by monthly bill credits for the remainder. Eligible phones for trade-in include various models from the Note 4 to the original iPhone 5c. Just keep in mind that T-Mobile requires a $250 down payment with the purchase of the Note 9 on an installment plan. (You'll pay $20.84 a month over 36 months after that.)
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