Verizon's Galaxy Note 10, Note 10+, and Note 10+ 5G are on sale at $300 off at Best Buy

Verizon's Galaxy Note 10, Note 10+, and Note 10+ 5G are on sale at $300 off at Best Buy
While the Galaxy Note 10 duo has been reportedly selling like hotcakes in at least one major market, early US demand for Samsung's latest flagship phones is apparently not keeping up with the popularity of Apple's iPhone 11 lineup so far. It shouldn't come as a big surprise then that Best Buy has some interesting new deals to offer those looking to purchase the Note 10, Note 10+, and even Note 10+ 5G for Verizon use.

These are not the retailer's first discounts on the S Pen-wielding beasts released less than a couple of months ago, but this time around, you're looking at saving a substantial 300 bucks rather than get just $200 off and a freebie you might not actually want. You can choose to pay in full for your hot new handset upfront or agree to a two-year installment plan, but either way, you will need to activate your preferred member of the Note 10 family on the nation's largest (and apparently, slowest) carrier.

The "regular-sized" Galaxy Note 10 typically costs $950 and up, which means you can cough up $650 at the time of this writing and bag the 6.3-inch model with a triple rear-facing camera system, a 3,500mAh battery, 8GB RAM, 256GB internal storage space, and no microSD card slot. Or you can split that amount into 24 monthly payments of $27.09, down from $29.59.

The 6.8-inch Note 10 Plus, meanwhile, currently starts at $799.99 instead of a $1,099.99 list price in several eye-catching paint jobs and a configuration pairing no less than 12 gigs of memory with 256 gigs of local digital hoarding room. The 512GB storage variant is also discounted by a cool $300 right now, fetching "just" $899.99. Finally, the Verizon-exclusive Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is up for grabs at $999.99 with 256GB storage and $1,099.99 in a 512 gig version, both prices being $300 lower than usual as well.

But wait, there's actually more. Best Buy has the slightly older, slightly less impressive Galaxy S10 and S10+ on sale too at a flat $300 off in identical conditions. Unfortunately, there's no love for cash-strapped Galaxy S10e buyers.

Check out the deals here


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