Verizon Offering $300 Off Galaxy Note 9, With Qualifying Trade-In


Verizon is offering up to $300 off the price of the Galaxy Note 9, when you trade in your current smartphone. That would make a significant dent in the price of the Galaxy Note 9, which is already $999. Depending on the device that you are trading in, you might get the full $300, or it might be a bit less. Typically, the newer the device, the more money you'll get for the trade-in. Verizon will only give you this credit if you finance the Galaxy Note 9, and it will be dispersed over 24 months, in the form of monthly bill credits. So where the monthly cost of the Galaxy Note 9 would be $41.66, it could be as lot as $29.16 per month after you trade-in your current smartphone.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is currently the best smartphone available. Samsung put a 6.4-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED display on the Galaxy Note 9, along with 6GB of RAM, the Snapdragon 845 chipset and 128GB of storage here. There is also a 512GB model with 8GB of RAM that is another $250. Samsung kept the micro SD card slot here too, so you can really add a ton of storage to the Galaxy Note 9, if you wish to do so. Samsung also upped the battery capacity here, bringing it to 4000mAh, which is enough to keep the Galaxy Note 9 running all day and then some. It's available in Ocean Blue and Lavender Purple.

The way that this trade-in works, is that you will purchase the Galaxy Note 9 through the link below. When you are making your purchase, Verizon will ask you if you want to add on any accessories, among other things and also if you have a device to trade in. If you do, Verizon will ask for some info on that device. Once you are finished, your Galaxy Note 9 will be shipped out, and then you can send in your current smartphone as a trade-in. The bill credits might take a couple of months to hit your account, but at least you won't be without a phone.

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