If you’ve been looking at the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ but couldn’t so far get yourself to actually order one, the Korean company is now running a promo that may just tip the scales for you.
First off, you can get up to $500 off the price of the device with a qualifying trade-in – that means you’ll have to surrender either a Galaxy S10+ or iPhone XS Max. If you have other handsets, you’re getting less.
Additionally, you can choose to receive $200 in Samsung store credit to use for whatever you want, or a free wearable bundle – which consists of both the Galaxy Buds true wireless headphones and the Galaxy Fit tracker.
So in the best case scenario when you factor in the $500 trade-in discount and the $200 store credit on top of that, the Galaxy Note10+ is actually costing you only a paltry $399. That’s some creative math, but the point is the company is trying to do its best to take the sting off that usual retail price, at least somewhat.
This offer is available for a limited time only, while supplies last, so if you’re interested make sure you act fast.
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