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T-Mobile takes $130 off the Samsung Galaxy Note 8; Samsung will throw in a $200 card if you act fast

Buy the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 from T-Mobile for $130 off and the opportunity to earn a $200 Rewards Visa Card
Almost lost in the hype over the Apple iPhone X is one of the finest Android phones available, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. With the same "Infinity Display" used on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, and the Snapdragon 835 chipset under the hood, the Galaxy Note 8 is not only stylish, it can also handle everything you throw at it. And with the revamped S Pen, the Galaxy Note 8 allows you to mine the depths of your imagination.

Today, both T-Mobile and Samsung have deals on the T-Mobile branded Galaxy Note 8. Let's start with the Un-carrier first. T-Mobile's deal reduces the price of the phablet by $130. You will now be able to take home the Galaxy Note 8 by putting $100 down and promising to pay $30 a month for 24 months. Now our math skills might not be what they once were, but using fingers and toes it comes out to $820. Considering that the handset is nearly as harmful to your wallet as the iPhone X is, the $130 you save will make your wallet feel better. This deal starts today and it is unknown how long it lasts for.

The deal offered by Samsung for the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 8 expires after tomorrow, November 2nd. That means you need to act fast to take advantage of it. Buy the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 from T-Mobile and you'll get $200 in Samsung Pay credit that can be redeemed for a Samsung Rewards Visa Card using the Samsung Pay app on the phone. Instead of the Galaxy Note 8, if you purchase a Samsung Galaxy S8 or Samsung Galaxy S8+ from T-Mobile before the close of business tomorrow, you will receive Samsung Pay credit in the amount of $50 and $100 respectively. This deal is retroactively available for those who purchased any of the three models from T-Mobile dating back to October 20th.

Sounds like you might be taking a drive to your local T-Mobile store today or tomorrow.

source: T-Mobile, Samsung via SlickDeals

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