Updated Dec 6: For today only, save $100 when you buy the Galaxy Note 9 direct from Samsung and activate your device on the Verizon network. Also, when you buy an unlocked Galaxy Note 9 direct from Samsung today, you'll receive a free pair of Gear IconX wireless earbuds with you purchase (a $180 value).
Looking for Galaxy Note 9 price drops? Lucky for you, select retailers and carriers are offering some great holiday Note 9 deals you can get today. Amazon has the unlocked Note 9 for $920 ($80 off). It's hard to find a lower price on a Note 9, unless you're willing to be tied to a carrier and have a device to trade-in.
Samsung has the unlocked Galaxy Note 9 for its regular $999 selling price, however you'll get a free gift if you buy the phone right now. For today only, you'll save $100 on the Galaxy Note 9 when you buy the device directly from Samsung and activate it on Verizon. That lowers the cost of the Note 9 down to $899.99. Even better, you can stack your savings with up to $300 toward your purchase by trading in your current eligible device.
Don't want to shell out $900 up front? Samsung's Verizon Device Payment Program lets you finance the Note 9 for $37.50/month over the course of 24 months.
Alternatively, if you buy an unlocked Galaxy Note 9 direct from Samsung today, you'll receive a free pair of Gear IconX wireless earbuds with your purchase. Financing for the unlocked Note 9 will cost you $41/month for 24 months if you don't want to pay full price for the phone up front.
Here's a look at all the ways you can get a Galaxy Note 9, including some holiday specific deals for Samsung's 6.4-inch Android phablet.
Amazon's best price right now on the Galaxy Note 9 is the aforementioned $920 offer which knocks $80 off its list price. If you're not against buying a refurbished smartphone, you can save even more. Currently, a certified refurbished Note 9 costs $518 at Amazon.
In addition to selling the Note 9 for Verizon activation at a $100 discount -- that's $899.99 for the 128GB base model and $1,149 for the 512GB version -- you can also trade-in a phone at Samsung 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 Note 9 for $949.99 unlocked which is $50 off. It's also offering bigger savings when you buy a carrier-tied version of the phone and pay for it in monthly installments. Buy the Verizon Note 9 at Best Buy and you'll pay $33.33 a month over 24 months, while the AT&T version costs $33.34 over 30 months. That adds up to $200 in savings over the life of the payments.
The savings are bigger at Sprint, where Best Buy will charge you $20 a month for the Note 9 over 24 months. That adds up to $520 in savings.
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 12 months.
AT&T still lists the Note 9 at $999, but dig a little deeper and you'll find that you can get a $200 credit when you buy the phablet and trade-in an eligible device. You can also get a second Note 9 at a substantial discount when you buy your first Note 9 on a $33.34-a-month 30-month AT&T Next plan; AT&T will knock 75 percent off the cost of the second phone in the form of monthly bill credits. That deal ends Nov. 30, though.
At one point before Cyber Monday, Big Red was slashing $400 off the Galaxy Note 9 with no trade-in. That deal has sadly passed, but you can still save a respectable $100 when upgrading to the Note 9, or $300 when switching from another carrier; you'll need to trade-in an eligible device to get the discount in the form of monthly bill credits. This deal also extends to a number of other models, including the Pixel 3 and 3 XL, Galaxy S9 and S9+, and LG V40 ThinQ and G7.
At T-Mobile, buy a Note 9 at full price on a monthly payment plan, add a new qualifying line of service (2 lines total), trade in an eligible device, and you'll get up to $750 via promotional credits and trade in value. Eligible phones for trade-in include various models from the Note 5 to the original 1st-gen Pixel. Just keep in mind that T-Mobile requires a $150 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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