Deal: Save $100 On The Verizon Galaxy Note 9 - September 2018

Samsung.com is currently dropping $100 off of the regular price of the Galaxy Note 9, but only for the Verizon version. If you are a Verizon customer (or looking to switch to Verizon), then this is a really good deal to take a part of. Since you do have the option of trading in your existing smartphone to get up to $300 off of the $899 price. As well as being able to get the Wireless Charger Duo and a free Galaxy Note 9 case from Samsung.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is arguably the best smartphone currently available. It sports a 6.4-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED display, powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset, with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. There is also a micro SD card slot available for those that want a bit more storage. Samsung also packed the Galaxy Note 9 with a 4000mAh capacity battery that is going to keep the phone going strong all day long. The Galaxy Note 9 does have the S Pen that makes it a Galaxy Note device. However, this year, it has a Bluetooth chip inside and a small battery. This allows the user to use the S Pen as a remote for the phone. Which is a really cool feature to have here. The Galaxy Note 9 is available in Lavender Purple and Ocean Blue, over on Verizon. And you can also still finance this phone at the $899 price tag.

This is sold by Samsung's official website, so you are getting the real thing here and not a knockoff. Additionally, Samsung does offer the ability to buy a warranty - outside of the manufacturer warranty - for this device. So you can protect your purchase. Samsung also has a slew of accessories that you can pick up and use for this device. Samsung's website also offers free two-day shipping on all items purchased on its website. On top of that, they only collect sales tax in a few states

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