Get up to $600 off the Galaxy Note 9 when you trade in your current phone
Live in the U.S. or Canada? Here’s what you need to know about buying the Galaxy Note 9!
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 is here, and as you probably know by now, there’s a lot to get excited about. The all-new S Pen is more powerful than ever before, the cameras are shaping up to be the best we’ve seen from Samsung to-date, and the massive 4,000 mAh battery should be perfect for road-warriors.
Galaxy Note phones are usually available just about everywhere, and with the Note 9, that’s no different.
Whether you live in the United States or Canada, here’s everything you need to know about where to buy Sammy’s latest and greatest.
- Now through November 3, Samsung is offering double your regular trade-in value when you hand over your exisitng phone — resulting in a max savings of up to $600. On top of that, you can also get a free Gear360 or Gear VR.
- If you’re on AT&T, you can save 75% off a second Note 9 after you buy your first at full price and also get up to $600 back when you trade in your existing phone.
- T-Mobile’s outright pricing is down to $870 and $1119.99 for the 128GB and 512GB models, respectively.
- Save $200 at Verizon over 24 months and get up to $300 back on your trade-in when you switch.
- Lease the Note 9 on Sprint and pay just $20/month for 18 months with Sprint Flex.
- Get a free $200 prepaid gift card when you buy the Note 9 at Xfinity Mobile.
- Take $200 off the Note 9 when you trade in your current phone at Bell, Rogers, and Samsung Canada.
- Straight Talk
- U.S. Cellular
- Xfinity Mobile
- Best Buy
The Galaxy Note 9 is currently available to purchase in the United States in Ocean Blue, Lavender Purple, and Cloud Silver. Starting October 12, Midnight Black will become available.
Starting first with AT&T, the carrier has both the 128GB and 512GB models that are priced at $999.99 and $1249.99, respectively. While you can pay that full price upfront if you’d like, you can also finance both storage configurations over 30 months for $33.34/month and $41.67/month.
If you’re looking to get more bang for your buck, AT&T’s running a buy one get one 75% off promo that requires a new line of wireless service and TV through DIRECTV.
You can also get double the regular trade-in value of your current phone up to $600 and take 50% off the Samsung Wireless Charger Duo when you buy the Note 9.
See at AT&T
Moving over to T-Mobile, everyone’s favorite Un-Carrier is selling the Note 9 in 128GB and 512GB flavors. Full retail pricing is normally $999.99 and $1249.99, respectively, but for a limited time, T-Mobile’s knocking these down to just $870 and $1119.99.
Alternatively, you can get the 128GB model for $30/month and $150 down on an equipment installment plan or the 512GB version for $399.99 down + $30/month for 24 months.
On top of those already solid savings, T-Mobile will also let you take $720 off the Note 9 via 24 monthly bill credits when you add a new line of service.
See at T-Mobile
Similar to AT&T and T-Mobile, Verizon is also selling the 128GB and 512GB Note 9.
By default, you’ll pay $999.99 and $1249.99 for each model, respectively. For Verizon’s installment plans, you’ll pay just $33.33/month for the 128GB unit and $43.74 for 512GB over the course of 24 months.
Those monthly rates will result in a total of $200 in savings compared to the retail pricing, and if you trade in your current phone, you’ll either get $100 back if you upgrade your line or $300 back when you switch from another carrier.
See at Verizon
If Sprint’s your carrier of choice in the U.S., your choices are a bit more limited. Specifically, Sprint is not selling the 512GB Note 9.
Instead, you can only pick up the 128GB model. Pricing is the same at $999.99, but you’ve also got the option of leasing it for 18 months with the Sprint Flex plan for $41.66/month. For a limited time, however, Sprint’s cutting that down to just $20/month.
See at Sprint
Post-paid carriers are fine and dandy, but if you prefer buying pre-paid, Straight Talk Wireless has your back as it’s also carrying the Note 9.
Similar to Sprint, Straight Talk is selling just the 128GB model. Here, the price is slightly discounted to jsut $949.99.
If you prefer to pay month-to-month, you can either get a $46.17/month for 24 months or $115.92/month for 15 months plan depending on your credit history.
See at Straight Talk
U.S. Cellular isn’t nearly as popular as the above carriers on our list, but even so, it’s still carrying the Galaxy Note 9. Better yet, you can choose to pick up either the 128GB or 512GB configuration!
Pricing is the same at $999.99 and $1249.99, and for a limited time, installment pricing has been reduced to $28.30/month for the 128GB model and $36.64/month for the 512GB one. No matter which one you pick, the installment plan runs for 30 months and requires $0 down with 0% APR.
See at U.S. Cellular
For the last U.S. carrier on our list, we’ve got Xfinity Mobile.
Like most other carriers, Xfinity Mobile is selling the Note 9 in 128GB and 512GB options for $999.99 and $1249.99. You can buy the phone outright if you’ve got the cash, or finance it over the course of 24 months to lessen the stress a bit on your wallet.
If you purchase a Note 9 on Xfinity Mobile, activate a new line, and port over an existing number, you can get a $200 prepaid card that you can use wherever you’d like.
See at Xfinity Mobile
Stepping away from carriers, Amazon is one of the many retailers in the U.S. that’s got the Note 9 up for grabs.
The phone’s available on Amazon in both 128GB and 512GB flavors, and while the 512GB model costs the regular $1249.99, the 128GB version is a bit lower at $979.
See at Amazon
Best Buy is the go-to store for all things tech, and as expected, can purchase the Note 9 here, too.
Just like the Note 8, Best Buy allows you to purchase the Note 9 through AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, or completely unlocked. Best Buy typically matches any promotions being offered by carriers, in addition to running its own from time to time. As such, if you’re looking for the vest best deal, you’ll want to hit up Best Buy’s site to see what’s being offered.
If you decide to buy the Note 9 through Best Buy, the retailer is offering a free 32-inch TV with activation of the Note 9 on Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint, or if you buy it unlocked. Additionally, Best Buy is the only place in the U.S. where you can buy the Cloud Silver color.
See at Best Buy
B&H is known for offering killer deals on new tech, and with the Galaxy Note 9, that’s no different.
You can pick up the Note 9 at B&H in 128GB and 512GB flavors and pricing is the same at $999.99 and $1294.99. However, B&H gets a nice edge as 0% tax is collected on your order if you live outside of New York or New Jersey.
Want more? B&H customers also get a free Samsung Fast Charge Qi Wireless Charging Stand that would normally set you back $49.99.
See at B&H
Rounding out our U.S. picks, the Galaxy Note 9 is also being sold on Samsung’s official website and through the ShopSamsung app. Shocking, right?
Along with selling the unlocked version of the phone, Samsung also lets you buy the AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile Verizon, and U.S. Cellular variants. And, although it should go without saying at this point, the 128GB option costs $999.99 and the 512GB model is $1249.99.
Starting October 5 and going through November 3, anyone that buys a Note 9 and trades in their old phone can get double the regular trade-in value up to $600. On top of that, buying a Note 9 also makes you eligible for a free Gear360 or Gera VR.
See at Samsung
- Freedom Mobile
- Samsung Canada
Similar to the United States, the Galaxy Note 9 officially went on sale in Canada on August 24.
The 128GB Ocean Blue model is available at all carriers/retailers, but if you want the 512GB Midnight Black option, you’ll need to buy the Note 9 directly through Samsung.
The first Canadian carrier on our list, Bell, is selling just the 128GB Note 9.
Buying the phone without any service will set you back $1379.99, and depending on the two-year term that you choose, you can decrease the upfront cost to either $749.99 or $549.99.
If there’s a Bell store near you, you can walk in, trade-in an eligible device, and take an entire $200 off the phone.
See at Bell
Rogers is also carrying the Galaxy Note 9 in the 128GB flavor! Here’s what the current pricing looks like:
- No Tab — $1299
- Talk & Text Tab — $1299
- Smart Tab — $899
- Premium Tab — $749
- Premium+ Tab — $549
- Ultra Tab — $269
In-stores only, Rogers is offering a $200 discount on the Note 9 with an eligible trade-in on a 2-year Share Everything plan.
See at Rogers
TELUS is carrying the 128GB Note 9, and depending on which plan you choose, the outright price varies quite a bit:
- Pay $300 outright and then $115/month on a 2-year Platinum plan
- Pay $550 outright and then $105/month on a 2-year Premium+ plan
- Pay $750 outright and then $95/month on a 2-year Premium plan
- Pay $900 outright and then $85/month on a 2-year Standard plan
- Pay $1440 outright to buy the phone with no associated plan
As part of an in-store only offer, TELUS will take $250 off the Note 9’s price when you trade-in an eligible phone.
See at TELUS
If Freedom Mobile is your carrier of choice, you’re in luck!
The 128GB Galaxy Note 9 is available with all of Freedom’s plans, and right now, pricing is as follows:
- $1300 with no plan
- $820 + $20/month MyTab Boost for 24 months on current $30+ plans
- $600 + $25/month My Tab Boost for 24 months on current $40+ plans
- $149 + $35/month My Tab Boost for 24 months on current $50+ plans
- $0 + $35/month My Tab Boost for 24 months on current $60+ plans
See at Freedom Mobile
Last but not least, you can get the Galaxy Note 9 directly through the Samsung Canada website.
You can get the same Ocean Blue model with 128GB that’s available at all the carriers, but this is the exclusive place to go if you want the 512GB Midnight Black configuration.
The 128GB Ocean Blue Note 9 will set you back $1299.99 while the 512GB Midnight Black model costs a whopping $1629.99.
Now through October 31, you can trade in your old device and get a minimum of $200 back in credits on top of your regular trade-in value.
See at Samsung
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Updated October 2018: Refreshed this list with all of the latest available deals!