Trade-in your old phone and get the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ and Galaxy Buds for $459.99

Black Friday is still over a week away but Samsung is already running a deal on the Galaxy Note 10+ that's too good to pass. Thanks to the offer, you can get the Galaxy Note 10+ for as low as $459.99 along with a free pair of Galaxy Buds, 6 months of Spotify Premium subscription and 4 months of ad-free YouTube Premium.

The Note 10+ has a retail price of $1,099.99 so this is a great deal. Throw in the freebies and you are looking at a stellar deal that's very hard to pass.

There are a number of terms and conditions that you need to be aware of to get the Note 10+ for only $459.99 though. Firstly, you will have to trade-in your existing smartphone. Samsung is known to give great trade-in value of older smartphones so you should be covered here.

Secondly, you will need to activate a new line on AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon's network or have an upgrade available. If you want to buy the unlocked variant of the phone, that will cost you $559.99 with an eligible trade-in. The same price is also applicable for the T-Mobile and US Cellular variant of the Galaxy Note 10+.

The 6-month Spotify Premium and 4-month YouTube Premium subscription will only be available to new users and it is not for existing subscribers.

The $129 Galaxy Buds is also a part of the deal and will be shipped to you along with your device.

If you are interested in the smaller but almost equally powerful Galaxy Note 10, you can get it for $309.99 with all the other goodies.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ comes with a gigantic 6.8-inch QHD+ AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 855 chipset, 12GB RAM, and 256GB of speedy UFS 3.0 storage. It is a no-compromise smartphone with beastly specs and this deal from Samsung makes it a very tempting buy. The phone is also expected to receive the Android 10 + One UI 2.0 update by the end of this year.

You can order the Galaxy Note 10+ directly from here.

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