Commercially released just a few weeks ago, Samsung's latest ultra-high-end smartphones have already been discounted by Best Buy
with qualified activations and Microsoft on eBay
with no strings attached. That's obviously not counting the killer trade-in deals
offered by the makers of the Galaxy Note 10
and Note 10+ right off the bat, which Microsoft somehow managed to eclipse very recently
But if none of those promotions were able to convince you to pull the trigger on either S Pen-wielding powerhouse, you might want to consider the newest Samsung.com discount. You're looking at saving a whopping 200 bucks by purchasing the Galaxy Note 10+
or Note 10+ 5G
directly from their manufacturer's official US e-store, although the price cut doesn't technically apply to the actual 6.8-inch handsets.
Instead, you'll be getting a cool $200 credit you can spend on certain eligible products at the time of your Note 10 Plus or Note 10 Plus 5G order. All you have to do is add one of the two premium phones to your cart and choose from a list of items that can be marked down or scored free of charge before checking out.
Said list includes everything from wearable devices like the Gear Sport, Galaxy Fit, Galaxy Watch
, and Watch Active to tablets (Galaxy Tab S6
and Tab S5e included), headphones and earbuds, protective covers, wireless charging
accessories, smart home items, and special kits consisting of more than one eligible product.
Keep in mind that you'll still need to cough up at least $1,100 on a 4G LTE-only Note 10+ in an unlocked or carrier-specific variant and $1,300 and up for the Verizon-exclusive Note 10+ 5G. That doesn't exactly make this $200 freebie feel like an irresistible bargain, but it's certainly better than nothing. Just consider you can get a complimentary Galaxy Watch Active
or Gear Sport
, a $280 Galaxy Tab S5e
, a hot new Tab S6
for as little as $450, or both a pair of Galaxy Buds
and a premium back cover completely free with your Galaxy Note 10 Plus purchase. You can also bundle this deal with those massive trade-in savings, as well as free extended Spotify Premium and YouTube Premium trials.