Save big on the Galaxy Note 9, S9, and S9+ at Best Buy and get a free Wireless Charger Duo too

Save big on the Galaxy Note 9, S9, and S9+ at Best Buy and get a free Wireless Charger Duo too
With the Galaxy S10 now officially around the corner, the recent flood of Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S9, and S9+ deals is further intensifying, as both Samsung and third-party retailers like Best Buy seem to be trying to clear as much inventory as possible before Christmas.

While the device manufacturer’s latest 24-hour-only promotion offers cool discounts for Verizon Galaxy S9 buyers only, saving on the Note 9 is just as easy. You simply need to pay Best Buy a visit (either physical or digital) between today and December 8, and choose a Verizon or Sprint activation.

The Galaxy Note 9, S9, and S9+ are marked down by a cool 200 bucks, also including a free Samsung Wireless Charger Duo that’s typically worth an additional $119.99. The conditions you have to meet to qualify for this sweet new deal are fairly standard, but while upgrading Sprint customers get the aforementioned $200 off the list prices of those three great phones, new lines and accounts are eligible for even heftier savings.

We’re talking a whopping $520 off the Note 9, and a $576 total discount on the Galaxy S9 and S9+.

All offers are valid exclusively with device payment plans, and a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 on Verizon, for instance, starts at $33.33 instead of $41.67 a month for two years, amounting to a discounted grand total of $800.

New and existing Verizon customers can purchase the S9 and S9+ for as little as $24.66 and $29.66 a month respectively, all prices including a gratis Wireless Charger Duo. 

The same gift is bundled with Note 9, S9+, and S9 orders for Sprint, requiring monthly payments as low as $20, $14, and $9 respectively. Yup, that’s $9 a month for a brand-new Galaxy S9 and a Wireless Charger Duo... with bill credits. And they say Black Friday deals are unbeatable...

Check out the deals here

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