The pre-order period is over, so the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 gets a new gifts package
No matter how we look at it, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is — to use a kind language — a bit too expensive. However, those looking to get a good deal by ordering directly from Samsung — now that the pre-order period is over — can add accessories worth almost US$300 for an additional US$99, or simply enjoy a charger and protective case for no extra charge.
Samsung has the Galaxy Note 9 listed on its online store for US$999.99 (128 GB storage) and US$1,249.99 (512 GB storage). The freebies included in the package are the Duo wireless charger and one of the official covers available to choose from. By adding US499 to the price of the Galaxy Note 9 model of choice, the customer can also get the IconX earbuds, usually priced at US$200.
At last, those who would like to grab the Galaxy Note 9 from a carrier can get a second Note 9, a Galaxy S9, or a Galaxy S9+ for free with a Galaxy Note 9 purchase (Verizon) or a free Note 9 with a purchase of the 128 GB model (AT&T). Trading in various Samsung, Apple, LG, and Google devices can also bring up to US$300 off when acquiring Samsung's latest Note device.
Even with the deals above, those who want top performance but are not willing to pay top dollar still have a few better choices around — for example, the brand-new (and very low priced for its specs) Poco F1 or the more expensive OnePlus 6. What do you think about these Galaxy Note 9 deals? Let us know in the comments if they're the way to go or a no-go.
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