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Get a massive $400 off Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 at Best Buy with installment plans

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Get a massive $400 off Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 at Best Buy with installment plans
It's probably not a great idea to splash the cash on a soon-to-be-upgraded smartphone right before those massive sales events organized by Amazon, eBay, and Target, but Best Buy is running some deals on the popular Galaxy Note 9 today that you might find hard to resist.

While the S Pen-wielding powerhouse has been on sale at decent discounts with installment plans a number of times in the recent past, the latest batch of carrier-specific promotions is the greatest we can recall, taking a substantial $400 off the list price of the 2018-released high-ender for customers of Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint. 

You'll obviously need to agree to a lengthy device payment arrangement to score the full discount, leaving you on the hook for 24 monthly installments of 25 bucks each, no matter which of the three aforementioned wireless service providers is your favorite. Alternatively, AT&T subscribers can also opt for a 30-month Next plan and cough up only $19.99 every 30 days.

All in all, you'll be paying $600 instead of the typical $1,000 (after taking bill credits into consideration), which is undoubtedly a very reasonable price for a 6.4-inch giant with a beautiful Super AMOLED display in tow (no notch or hole punch distractions), as well as a blazing fast Snapdragon 845 processor, large 4,000 mAh battery, versatile dual 12MP camera setup, reliable rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, 6GB RAM, and 128GB internal storage space.

Naturally, we expect the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ to substantially improve on those already impressive specifications in just a few weeks, but it goes without saying you'll need to pay a serious premium for a seriously extensive list of upgrades.

Check out the AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint deals here



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