Samsung Bundling Duo Wireless Charger With Galaxy Note 9 Purchase

The Galaxy Note 9 officially launches today in the US and other global markets. This means that the pre-order special that gave out 15,000 V-bucks for Fortnite, and the free AKG noise-canceling headphones, are no longer available. But Samsung has a new special for those that are still looking to drop $999 on the new Galaxy Note 9, from Samsung's own website.

Samsung is offering two offers for the Galaxy Note 9. You can get a free Duo Wireless Charger, and your choice of a Galaxy Note 9 Cover. Or you can get the Duo Wireless Charger, your choice of a Galaxy Note 9 Cover, and the Gear IconX Earbuds for $99. If you're looking for a pair of earbuds, the second offer is definitely worth picking up. To get this offer, you will need to hit the link at the bottom of this post. From there, you will select which model of the Galaxy Note 9 you want - whether it's a carrier-specific one or the unlocked one - and then choose the color. From there, you can choose which of these offers you want. You'll be able to choose from the Rugged Protective Cover, the LED Wallet Cover, Leather Wallet Cover or the S-View Cover. After that you'll be able to check out with your new Galaxy Note 9.

Purchasing the Galaxy Note 9 from Samsung's website is a pretty good option for everyone. This is because it is the same price as the carriers are offering the device for, but Samsung does offer the carrier models as well. So if you are on Verizon, you can grab that Verizon Galaxy Note 9 from Samsung, and get it pretty quickly. The Galaxy Note 9 is a pretty sweet smartphone from Samsung, and out of all the $1,000 smartphones, the Galaxy Note 9 is the one that is the most worth that price. Which is impressive, and it means that Samsung gives you a ton for the money here.

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