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Deal: Save big when you pre-order the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 from Verizon or Sprint

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and S9+
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and S9+ (Image credit: Andrew Martonik / Android Central)

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is now available for pre-order and that means some sweet deals to go along with it. Both Verizon and Sprint are offering some great discounts when you pre-order the Note 9.

Verizon

Buy a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 from Verizon and get one free (128GB model only). The second phone can also be switched out for a Galaxy S9 or S9+ if that's more your speed. Both phones do require a new line of service with Verizon with monthly device payments — no trade-in required. The $999 discount will be applied as monthly bill credits over 24 months (within 2 billing cycles).

As an added bonus, if you pre-order by 8/23/2018 you can grab AKG noise-canceling headphone or the Fortnite Galaxy skin with 15,000 V-Bucks for free

See at Verizon

Sprint

Sprint customers can get 50% off a new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 when pre-ordering by 8/23/2018 and signing up for Flex Lease (18 months). The discount is applied as monthly bill credits of $20.84 (applied within 2 bills). The line must stay active for full 18 months to receive full discount. If you cancel your lease early, the remaining balance on the phone will be due.

Also from Sprint, get a bonus AKG noise-canceling headphone or Fortnite Galaxy skin with 15,000 V-Bucks for free!

See at Sprint

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4 Comments
  • Unfortunately with Sprint, this deal is only good for new customers. Long time loyal customers get nothing.
  • Bill credits are so 2017 and so are BOGO offers. One would think that since the smartphone market (especially in the US) is so saturated with great budget and mid-range phones that it takes a bit more incentive to move premium tier phones. Take a MVNO on Verizon or Sprint's network and place their plans next to what carriers offer. Same network and drastically different prices. I think that's a major reason why they can offer BOGO on a $1000 phone. Over 24 months, they're still coming out ahead.
  • I tried to get this deal at Sprint when I pre-ordered a week ago. I was told it was only for new customers unless I added a line. Is that still not the case?
  • The Sprint Flex lease deal is terrible. They make you pay for the phone, but at the end of the lease period you have to return the phone or pay more money to own it. Bill credits are also garbage. Just make the phone free up front with the stipulation that they have to stay through the end of the contract. If they don't, then they have to pay the full amount. No need to make the bill more confusing.