Grab the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 10 with all the bells and whistles! Released in August, the Galaxy Note 10 packs in the features, from overall design to camera to battery life. The Galaxy Note 10 is thinner and smaller than the Note 9, making it more convenient to hold in one hand without sacrificing quality. The 6.3-inch AMOLED display with a Full HD resolution delivers, along with an upgraded 10MP front-facing camera that takes better photos in low light. The Galaxy Note 10 comes with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage in this base model, and the 3,500mAh battery impressively lasts all day. The prices are impressive as well: the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is currently $949, while the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus is priced at $1,099. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G capability - offered exclusively by Verizon - currently costs $1,299. The new Galaxy Note 10 and 10 Plus are not without deals, however. The best prices offered on the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 can be found at Best Buy, Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon. Read on to find out what you need to know about the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 10 plans and deals.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is currently $949, while the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus is priced at $1,099. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G capability - offered exclusively by Verizon - currently costs $1,299.
Customers who want to trade in older Samsung, Google, or Apple smartphones will want to check out Best Buy, where they can save up to $700 with activation. For example, a customer with an iPhone 7 can score a trade-in value of around $300, with an extra $100 off the price of the phone with activation. Another option for those without a trade-in is to take advantage of the $100 off with activation, along with up to a $150 credit with the purchase of a Galaxy Note 10. Customers can also receive a six-month Spotify Premium membership for free.
Sprint is offering customers two different deals. The first one is the cheapest way to score a new Samsung Galaxy Note 10: Sprint's 18-month lease deal, which prices out to only $19.79 per month for the Note 10 and $26.04 for the Note 10 Plus. Customers can also take advantage of up to $150 in Samsung cash with a preorder.
AT&T also has a Buy One Get One Free deal that requires a two and a half year lease, along with a $150 Visa Reward Card with online orders. A new line of service is required. Additionally, customers should be aware that with AT&T, the second free phone is the Note 10, even if the Note 10 Plus is ordered.
Verizon is offering customers a Buy One Get One Free deal, with payments on the phone spread out over 24 or 36 months. Customers must add a line of service, and can also receive a $200 Mastercard when switching to Verizon Unlimited.
With T-Mobile, customers can receive up to $300 of a Galaxy Note 10 with the trade-in of an eligible phone. The Note 10 must be paid for with a monthly payment plan, which prices out at $39.59 per month over 24 months.
Walmart is offering a $100 savings on the pre-order of a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 through a Samsung credit. To get this price, customers must buy the phone outright, sign up for a two-year contract, or purchase the phone on an installment plan.
Verizon and AT&T require the purchase of additional lines, as they are offering the Buy One Get One deals on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 models.