If you don't have anything to trade in and you're not interested in buying two devices for the price of one from carriers either, the hot new Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ are likely to feel rather prohibitive at $950 and $1,100 respectively. But if you don't have a problem agreeing to a monthly installment plan, Best Buy will let you save a couple hundred bucks and score a nice gift typically worth $50 as well.
The deals are pretty much as straightforward as they sound, although unfortunately Verizon customers are only looking at saving $50 in addition to receiving a complimentary wireless charging pad. The $200 discounts can be claimed with device payment plans on AT&T and Sprint, bringing the monthly cost of the "regular" Note 10 down to $24.99 with a 30-month AT&T Next agreement and $31.24 on a two-year Sprint pact.
The Galaxy Note 10+, meanwhile, starts at $29.99 a month for AT&T subscribers and $37.49 on Sprint, amounting to a far more reasonable $900 grand total than the typical 1,100 bucks charge. Across the board, you'll also be getting a 9W wireless charger at no extra cost, although it's worth pointing out that the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ actually support higher 12 and 15W speeds respectively.
The same freebie is bundled at the time of this writing with the Verizon-exclusive Galaxy Note 10+ 5G, the Galaxy S10 5G for Verizon and Sprint, the S10, S10+, S10e, and even the Note 9. The highest discounts seem to be available with AT&T installment plans, reaching as much as $450 as far as 512GB storage variants of the Note 9, S10, and S10+ are concerned.