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Samsung Offers Instant $300 Discount On Galaxy Note 9 And Up To $300 For Trade-ins

We've seen some excellent deals going on smartphones of late, particularly during Black Friday. Samsung has been dealing on its flagship Galaxy Note 9 dating back to October when it announced it was doubling the trade-in offer to lure buyers to upgrade to the Note 9. Amazon had a deal on the Galaxy Note 9 in early October that included a free Galaxy S3 Frontier smartwatch.

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Those deals were good, but for a lot of people, all they want is a healthy price cut. Today only via the Samsung store you can get a sweet $300 instant rebate on the Galaxy Note 9 good on both the 128GB or 512GB versions of the smartphone if you select Verizon as your carrier of choice. Buyers can also take advantage of additional device trade-in savings along with the $300 instant rebate.

Depending on the device you trade in, you can get up to another $300 off the purchase price. You can bet that you have to trade near-perfect condition smartphones that are at least the generation right before the Note 9 to get the full $300 credit. The devices have to be in full working order. The trade deal is an instant offer, so you get the money off the new device right away and then mail your old phone to Samsung after you transfer your data to the new device. This deal is good today only via the Samsung Store here.

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