Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is finally here and we have already covered up its impressions in our previous post. But where to buy it from? Here are the best Galaxy Note 9 deals you can get in the USA.
Both the 128 GB and the 512 GB variants are available at AT&T for $999.99 and $1249.99, respectively.
You also have finance options for both variants over 24 months for $41/month and $52/month.
With Sprint, you are getting only the 128 GB variant of the Note 9 for $999.99. You can also lease it for 18 months with the Sprint Flex plan for $41.66/month.
For a limited time, however, Sprint’s letting customers get the Note 9 through Sprint Flex for 50% off —resulting in a final price of just $20.83/month.
Also, if you pre-order through August 23, you can get your choice of free AKG headphones, 15,000 Fortnite V-Bucks + an exclusive Galaxy skin, or the headphones, skin, and V-Bucks for just $99.
Straight Talk is the post paid carrier which is also carrying the Galaxy Note 9, but only the 128 GB variant. Also, Straight Talk lets you finance the Note 9 over 24 months to help make its nearly $1000 price tag a bit more affordable.
T-Mobile is also selling the Galaxy Note 9 for the same price as others. Fortunately, both the 128 GB and 512 GB models are available for $999.99 and $1249.9 respectively.
You can also pick up the 128 GB model $30/month and $279.99 down on an equipment installment plan. Alternatively, you can pay $279.99 down on an equipment installment plan or for $40/month and $81.99/down with Jump! On Demand. The 512GB version is not available with Jump! On Demand but can be purchase on an installment plan for $30/month and $529.99 down.
On top of that, T-Mobile’s also offering 50% off the Note 9 via 24 monthly bill credits when you trade-in an eligible Samsung phone. You’ve got your choice between free AKG headphones or 15,000 V-Bucks and a Galaxy skin in Fortnite. If you want both, you can pick up the headphones and Fortnite goodies for just an extra $99.
Just like AT&T and T-Mobile, Verizon is also selling the 128GB and 512GB Note 9. You can pay $999.99 and $1249.99 for each model, respectively. For Verizon’s installment plans, you’ll pay $41.66 for the 128GB unit and $52.08 for 512GB over the course of 24 months.
Verizon is also running a BOGO offer when you but the 128 GB Note 9. This deal is available for a limited time, and if you don’t want a second Note 9, you can also get the Galaxy S9 or S9+ for free in its place. As if that wasn’t a good enough deal on its own, placing your pre-order by August 23 will secure you with either a free pair of AKG noise-canceling headphones ($299 value), 15,000 V-Bucks and a special Galaxy Skin in Fortnite ($150 value), or you can purchase both of them for $99.
Apart from carriers, Amazon is one of the many retailers in the U.S. that’s got the Note 9 up for grabs. Amazon’s offering the 128GB and 512GB models for $999.99 and $1249.99, respectively.
There is no finance option available but
you can always use an existing credit card or apply for Amazon’s own credit card that comes with up to 5% cash back on Amazon purchases if you’re a Prime member.
You can purchase a Galaxy Note 9 through AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, or completely unlocked. Best Buy typically matches any promotions being offered by carriers, in addition to running its own from time to time.
Pre order the Note 9 through Best Buy and you can save up to $200 with a qualified activation. For customers that prefer buying unlocked, you can save up to $450 with a qualified trade-in of an old device.
Along with selling the unlocked version of the phone, Samsung also lets you buy the AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile Verizon, and U.S. Cellular variants. As above, the 128GB option costs $999.99 and the 512GB model is $1249.99.