The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is finally official, is available for pre-order until August 23 as of today, and will be available for purchase everywhere starting on August 24. There are more options for buying a Galaxy Note 9 this year than with any previous Galaxy Note smartphone. Which can make it a bit tough to figure out where you should buy your Galaxy Note 9. So we have rounded up all of the carriers and retailers that are offering the Galaxy Note 9, along with their pricing details and individual promotions for the new device as well.
AT&T has the Galaxy Note 9 available for $999 for the 128GB model or $1249 for the 512GB model. That works out to $33.34 per month or $41.67 per month on AT&T NEXT (the carrier's installment plan). Like with all of the retailers and wireless carriers in the US, it is available in Ocean Blue and Lavender Purple. There is also a buy one, get one free promotion going on at AT&T for the Galaxy Note 9. Where you can purchase on Galaxy Note 9 on AT&T NEXT and get a second one for free - or a Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus - via monthly bill credits. If that's not all that appealing and you just want one Galaxy Note 9 smartphone, then AT&T is also honoring Samsung's promotions which include a pair of AKG noise-canceling headphones or a Fortnite gaming bundle, valued at $300 and $150, respectively.
Over at B&H Photo, you can also get a pretty sweet deal on the unlocked Galaxy Note 9 - which might be a better choice if you are looking to pay for the phone outright. The unlocked model will work on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon in the US. B&H Photo is not only honoring Samsung's own promotions of the free AKG noise cancelling headphones or the Fortnite bundle, but it is also including the DeX Pad with the Galaxy Note 9. This is going to allow you to use your Galaxy Note 9 like a desktop computer. The Galaxy Note 9 is priced at $999 for 128GB and $1249 for 512GB at B&H Photo, unfortunately, there's no installment plans available.
Samsung's website is offering all of the carrier models - AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular and Verizon - as well as the unlocked version, for the same price. That's $999 for the 128GB of $1249 for the 512GB model. Samsung is also offering up to $450 off of the price of your Galaxy Note 9 if you trade in your existing smartphone. On top of that, Samsung does offer up an installment plan, so you can spread out the payments over 24 months, instead of paying for the full thing right now. And of course, you'll still get to choose between the AKG noise cancelling headphones or the Fortnite bundle with your Galaxy Note 9.
If you're a Sam's Club member, then this is a pretty sweet deal for the Galaxy Note 9. You can pre-order the device through August 19, and you will get a $200 Sam's Club gift card, on top of the other promotions. This includes the choice of AKG noise cancelling headphones or the Fortnite bundle, or both for $99. Sam's Club is accepting pre-orders for all four carriers - AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon - and the pre-order must be done on an installment plan to get the gift card promotion.
Sprint is offering the same pricing as seen elsewhere, however, it is offering 50-percent off of the regular price if you lease the device through Sprint Flex Lease. So you can get the Galaxy Note 9 for $499 instead of $999. That's a really good deal, especially since you can upgrade to a new device in a year - perhaps to the Galaxy Note 10. With the Sprint Flex Lease, you'll be making monthly payments of $20.83 for 18 months, however you can upgrade after 12 months. As if that wasn't the best deal already for the Galaxy Note 9, Sprint is also still honoring the Samsung promotions here. That includes the choice of the Fortnite bundle or the AKG noise cancelling headphones - or you can get both for $99.
T-Mobile also has the same pricing for the Galaxy Note 9, which includes the 128GB model being $999 and the 512GB model being $1249. T-Mobile is offering up a trade-in program that can take up to $500 off of the regular price of the Galaxy Note 9. However, the exact amount you get will depend solely on the device and its condition, that you are trading in. Like the other carriers, it will be available in Ocean Blue and Lavender Purple. If you do pick up the Galaxy Note 9 from T-Mobile, you can still take advantage of Samsung's promotions, which include the AKG noise cancelling headphones or the Fortnite bundle, with the Galaxy Note 9 exclusive skin.
Verizon is offering up a buy one, get one free promotion on the Galaxy Note 9 as well. Allowing you to buy a Galaxy Note 9 on its installment plan, and get a second one for "free" via monthly bill credits. Or you can opt for a Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus as well. The pricing here is the same as everywhere else, which is $999 for the 128GB Galaxy Note 9 and $1249 for the 512GB model. Samsung's own promotions are also available, including the AKG noise cancelling headphones or the Fortnite bundle.