Microsoft Is Offering Up To $650 For Your Galaxy S10 With This Hot Trade-In Offer
This entry was posted on September 11, 2019.
There is a catch to Microsoft's trade-in promotion, though. You can't initiate the claim online—instead, you have to trek to a physical Microsoft Store. By my count, there are 72 locations in the US, with only a single store in several states. Some states do not have a Microsoft Store location at all, such as Idaho, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wyoming, and others.
A Microsoft Store employee will appraise your phone when you bring it in, and offer a credit amount. To be eligible, the fine print indicates the handset must be able to power on and be fully functional, without any missing or broken components. A cracked display and/or liquid damage will disqualify a phone for the trade-in program.
This trade-in program is not restricted to US residents—Microsoft is also offering it users in Australia, Canada, and the UK (see the values above).
One thing to keep in mind is that even though the trade-in credits are generous in some cases, Microsoft is charging the full retail cost for the Galaxy Note 10+ and Galaxy Note 10. Prices are as follows...
- Galaxy Note 10+ 512GB: $1,199.99
- Galaxy Note 10+ 256GB: $1,099.99
- Galaxy Note 10 256GB: $949.99