Deal | Galaxy Note 10+ purchases come with free Galaxy Buds and Galaxy Fit in the US
US customers who move fast enough to take advantage of Samsung's currently available limited-time deals can get US$229.98 worth of accessories with a Galaxy Note 10+ purchase. Since the phablet itself starts at US$1099.99 unlocked, this is definitely a pretty good deal — if not an excellent deal, depending on how you look at it.
Since Samsung decided not to add a heart rate sensor and a traditional 3.5 mm audio jack to the Galaxy Note 10+, adding the Galaxy Buds and Galaxy Fit for free to the retail package is definitely an inspired move. To sweeten the pot even further, Samsung also added four months of YouTube Premium and six months of Spotify Premium.
In addition to the deal mentioned above, Samsung US and various local carriers also provide price cuts for those who trade in their old handsets. The carrier deals — subject to various terms and conditions — can bring a free Gaming Bundle package of in-game content for select Samsung Galaxy Store titles — worth US$100 — with a Note 10/Note 10+ on T-Mobile, US$950 off for the second Galaxy Note 10 on Verizon, US$750 off on the second Galaxy Note 10 on AT&T, and 50 percent off for the Note 10 and Note 10+ on Sprint.
In the US, the 256 GB Note 10+ can be acquired for an MSRP of US$1,099.99 while the 512 GB model costs US$100 more.
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