Unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 9 comes with two extra freebies (worth $219) at this retailer

Unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 9 comes with two extra freebies (worth $219) at this retailer
Starting earlier today, Samsung's new Galaxy Note 9 smartphone is available for pre-order in the US. Similar to the company's other recent flagship phones, the Note 9 comes with some gifts at no extra cost. More exactly, customers who pre-order the device can get a free pair of AKG Noise Cancelling headphones, or a Fortnite Game Bundle (worth $150). You can choose either of these two gifts with the unlocked Galaxy Note 9, as well as with any carrier version of the handset. But what you may not know is that, if you're planning to purchase an unlocked Note 9, you can receive additional gifts when placing a pre-order via one particular retailer: B&H Photo Video.

Just like Samsung itself, B&H is charging $999.99 for the Galaxy Note 9 128 GB, and $1,249.99 for the Galaxy Note 9 512 GB. But, on top of the aforementioned choice of gifts, B&H is offering two more freebies with both Note 9 variants: a Samsung DeX Pad Dock (worth $99.99), and a Samsung Qi Wireless Charger Duo (worth $119). The wireless charger - pictured above - is the brand new model that Samsung announced at the same time with the Note 9, and you can choose to get it in black or white. 
In case you're wondering, the unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 9 that B&H is selling comes with US warranty and is fully compatible with all relevant carriers. In other words, this is exactly the same handset that Samsung itself is offering, and should start shipping on August 24. You can pre-order the phone from B&H via the source links below.

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Galaxy Note 9
  • Display 6.4" 1440 x 2960 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP / 8 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, Octa-core, 2800 MHz
  • Storage 128 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 4000 mAh(29h 3G talk time)



1. antroid

Posts: 396; Member since: Jan 24, 2018

I wish they gave a 219$ discount instead of those freebies

2. biggles

Posts: 269; Member since: Oct 15, 2009

They won't do that because the freebies don't cost them $219. My question is why are they giving away the DeX pad dock with a phone that has DeX built in?

3. Finalflash

Posts: 4063; Member since: Jul 23, 2013

Excess inventory left over from before probably, so why not throw it in as a way to bring in sales. Competition brings benefits and here they are. You can pretty much sell all the freebies for around 250-300 and get the Note 9 subsidized for 700 or 900 depending on which variant you buy.

4. BuffaloSouce unregistered

Even if they were free, only a moron would pay $250-300 for those pawned off items.

5. MarvzIsFallen

Posts: 646; Member since: Aug 11, 2017

They badly needed too much marketing in this product to sell. Androids won’t shell out thousand bucks for this phone. Many were waiting for 2 months for the price to drop off. Besides, there are mid range phone which has mostly the same features but in a low cost.

6. tempdogg74

Posts: 136; Member since: Jan 04, 2009

Enjoying my Note 8 till Note 12 or 13. I dont upgrade as much anymore. I pay a stack for a phone I'm keeping it a few years just like I did my phones back in the day. I can text talk and sure got my s.pen for notes I'm good. See you in New York in 4 to 5 years Samsung.


Posts: 1461; Member since: Mar 09, 2010

While I agree I think trading my Note 8 for the note 9 is a good idea. I have the same payment cost since I will get the trade in cost from Samsung. I get an upgrade and I have another year of warranty with the new phone. It's a wash and you get a newer model with a bigger battery.

8. Paximos

Posts: 283; Member since: Jul 26, 2012

We should all do this...Prices are getting ridiculous. .

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