Here's how to save up to $500 on Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 and score a $150 Mastercard

Galaxy Note 10
Galaxy Note 10 (Image credit: Android Central)

The powerful Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is built to impress. Though it's the smallest device of the Note 10 lineup, it still comes with the S Pen to help you achieve more on your smartphone throughout the day. Now, thanks to an offer that's exclusively available to new Verizon customers, you can get one of these devices in your hand at up to $500 off its usual cost and potentially even score a $150 prepaid Mastercard in the process.

You'll save up to $500 on the Galaxy Note 10's purchase by trading in an eligible device and adding a new line, though you must port-in your number from your previous carrier to be eligible for this offer. There are a bunch of smartphones eligible to be traded in too, such as the latest iPhone models, Samsung Galaxy devices, and the Google Pixel phones. The discount will be applied to your monthly bill over the course of 24 months.

Verizon is offering new customers up to $500 off the Samsung Galaxy Note10 when you trade-in an eligible device and add a new line. You can even snag a $150 prepaid Mastercard by switching to an Unlimited plan.

If you're switching to Verizon and choose an Unlimited plan, you can score a $150 prepaid Mastercard in just a few steps. Simply visit Verizon's Digital Rebates site, use promo code LEAP150, and then enter the requested information on the following page. You don't have to trade-in a device to take part in this offer either.

We reviewed Samsung Galaxy Note 10 here at Android Central upon its release, rating it with 4 out of 5 stars in part due to its gorgeous display, exceptional performance, and stylus support. It even earned our Recommended badge. You can learn more about the device by taking a look at the full review. There's also this guide on everything you need to know about the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 10 devices before purchase.

Once your new phone is on the way, don't forget to pick up a case for it! This list of the best Samsung Galaxy Note 10 cases can help you choose one quickly.

Alex Smith
Alex is a graduate from the University of North Florida with a background in sales and merchandising. When he’s not hunting down the next great deals to post on Thrifter, he can be found making music and working on his eBay business.