Save up to $400 instantly on the Galaxy S8/S8+ or Galaxy Note 8 with a trade-in of certain models


How would you like to take $400 right now off of the Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S8+ or the Samsung Galaxy Note 8? With Samsung's instant trade credit, you can find yourself taking as many as four Benjamins off the price of these heavily demanded phones. To score the top discount of $400, you'll need to trade in one of the following handsets: the Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, Apple iPhone 8, Apple iPhone 8 Plus, Apple iPhone 7, Apple iPhone 7 Plus, Google Pixel or Google Pixel XL.

Trade-ins worth $300 off the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ or Galaxy Note 8 include the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, the Apple iPhone 6s and Apple iPhone 6s Plus. Worth $200 in trade are the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, Samsung Galaxy S6, Apple iPhone 6, Apple iPhone 6 Plus or the LG G6.

Lastly, you can reduce the price of the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ and the Note 8 by $150 by trading in a Samsung Galaxy S5, Apple iPhone 5s, Apple iPhone 5, Apple iPhone SE or the LG G5.

Here's how this deal works. Buy the new phone and Samsung will instantly include the value of your trade in the price you pay right now for your new device. For example, a $950 Samsung Galaxy Note 8 could be reduced instantly to $550. Or, a Samsung Galaxy S8 could be just $325 today. Once your new phone arrives, send in your trade. Samsung checks it out, and if it meets the manufacturers' requirements, you'll receive a notice telling you that you owe nothing further for your device.

The beauty of this deal is that if you do have a trade in working condition, you can take advantage of its value right now. This is not one of those carrier deals that asks you to lay out full price now and receive a monthly credit over 24 months. Nope. With this deal from Samsung, you are receiving credit instantly that you can use now. To get started on the deal, click on the sourcelink.

source: Samsung

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