Galaxy Note 9 for $675 on eBay, no Black Friday waiting necessary - PhoneArena

Galaxy Note 9 for $675 on eBay, no Black Friday waiting necessary

Galaxy Note 9 for $675 on eBay, no Black Friday waiting necessary
Even though the Galaxy Note 9 is still a relatively new device with top-notch specifications and glowing reviews, both Samsung and third-party retailers are preparing to offer some sweet discounts for the holidays.

But if you’re looking to maximize your savings, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart have nothing on a top-rated eBay seller that seems to have jumped the gun by lowering the price of this excellent unlocked phone to $675.95.

That’s a whopping 325 bucks off the Note 9’s list price, which still stands both at Best Buy and Samsung’s own US e-store. Granted, the world’s number one smartphone vendor also throws in a few gifts worth a combined $300 or so, but free money always beats free stuff.

Of course, you’ll have to live with a few restrictions and limitations if you want to get this cheaper-than-ever Galaxy Note 9. First and foremost, Sobeonline1 can’t hook you up with a valid US warranty. On the bright side, the self-proclaimed “pioneering Ecommerce company” has managed to rack up a near-flawless 98.9 percent positive feedback score from over 5,500 ratings in the past 12 months.

Another important thing you should keep in mind is these brand-new factory unlocked devices on special offer for a limited time can only be activated on GSM networks like AT&T and T-Mobile. No CDMA support for Verizon or Sprint, and it’s also unclear if you’re looking at Snapdragon 845 or Exynos 9810 variants here.

Either way, the Note 9 is undoubtedly one of the world’s fastest, sharpest, and sleekest smartphones, which you can have in black or purple right now for a fraction of even the iPhone XR’s official starting price.

For the record, the previous all-time low price of the Galaxy Note 9 was $700, although Never MSRP now charges 30 bucks more. So, yeah, $675.95 is truly a great bargain.

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