This is probably the best Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ pre-order deal you can get right now

This is probably the best Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ pre-order deal you can get right now
At starting prices of $950 and $1100 respectively, the hot new Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ might feel prohibitive for many people. But if you have a relatively recent device in good condition to trade in, you can get these bad boys at some unbelievably massive discounts

Most major US carriers have also kicked off compelling BOGO deals right off the bat, while Samsung itself is giving away e-store credit of up to $150 during the pre-order period. The ultimate deal sweetener, however, comes from Sam's Club, which essentially lets you save up to $350 on the Galaxy Note 10+ with (almost) no strings attached. 

You don't need to trade anything in to score a free $200 gift card with an early purchase of the 6.8-inch powerhouse... on top of the $150 credit available from Samsung, while the 6.3-inch variant is sold alongside a $100 coupon and the same $200 Sam's Club voucher. Technically, you'll still have to pay the full retail price of the Note 10 or Note 10 Plus before you can get some free stuff on Samsung's US website and at Sam's Club, but at the end of the day, you're looking at massive overall savings of 300 and 350 bucks respectively.

These killer deals are valid until August 18 with installment plans or traditional subsidies, and you can obviously choose your carrier sans relinquishing the aforementioned discounts. It's unclear if there are other special conditions you need to meet here, but naturally, a Sam's Club membership is required if you want to shop there in the first place.

Don't forget that both the Note 10 and Note 10+ come with a whopping 256 gigs of storage in their entry-level configurations, as well as super-powerful processors, beautiful Infinity-O screens, versatile camera systems, and plenty of memory to go around. In addition to being larger, the plus-sized model is the only one featuring a microSD card slot while also packing a much bigger battery and a fourth rear-facing shooter supporting depth measurement technology.

Check out the deal here

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