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.These are
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.