Verizon Offering $100 Credit To Customers Who Purchase The Gold Galaxy Note 3

If you're a Verizon subscriber, there seems to be a little more incentive to buying a Rose Gold Note 3 than to just have a swanky colored Rose Gold Note 3. According to AndroidCentral, Verizon is going to be offering subscribers who purchase this color variant of the device $100 back for doing so. Verizon seems to have prepared themselves for an entire refresh of their Mail-In-Rebate program, so the Rose Gold Note 3 won't be the only device you're able to save some dough on. However since it is going to be a brand new device, we're confident that a lot of people will be opting to pick this up at their local Verizon retail locations over other already existing devices. The Mail-In-Rebate offers are going to be valid starting today, and will go all the way until January 26th, however as with most MIR, you won't have to worry about postmarking the MIR immediately, as you'll have a 30-day timeframe for that. You might want to take care of it as hastily as possible though as out of sight usually means out of mind and people often forget to send these in, which just results in lost money for them.

Since the Rose Gold Galaxy Note 3 isn't actually available yet, we can only assume that Verizon will be getting ready for an announcement on it's launch date, and it would have to be soon since it's apparently included in this limited offer which ends in less than two weeks. Some other devices listed within the offer that are already available are the HTC One which you'll save $200 on, and it looks like every available color variant of the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 are on the list as well, which you save $150 on. There are more devices listed which you can see in the image, and as MIR offers go this doesn't seem to be anything major in terms of deals, but it does serve to give us an indication as to when we can expect this new color of the Note 3 to drop. Watch out for some announcements from Verizon soon as the Rose Gold Note 3 launch looks to be just around the corner.

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