If you want to purchase an unlocked Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 + smartphone and you visit Samsung’s US website with these considerations, you will notice that the 256 GB variant of both devices is currently sold at a price of $200 from the original price. This means you can get Note 10 256 GB for $749.99, and Note 10 + 256 GB for $899.99.
Although the price of Note 10 and Note 10 + Samsung is currently interesting, you should know that Microsoft has a more attractive offer involving both phones. More precisely, in addition to selling a handset at a price of $200, Microsoft allows buyers to choose a gift (valued up to $99.99) at no additional cost.
There are three different prizes that Microsoft can offer for free with the purchase of an unlocked Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 +. To be clear, there are three options and you can only choose one of them. The options, pictured below, are: The Samsung Wireless Charger Duo Pad (usually priced at $99.99), the Samsung Wireless Charging Stand (usually $79.99), and the Samsung wireless Charger Portable battery (usually $59.99).
Unlike Samsung, Microsoft also lets you save $200 on a Galaxy Note 10 + 512 GB. This means that the phone is sold for $999.99 instead of $1,199.99.
To qualify for Microsoft offerings, you don’t need to trade on your old handset or to activate your new smartphone. Just buy the unlocked Note 10, choose a free gift to add to your cart, and that’s it.
According to Microsoft, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 promotional offer is valid until January 5. Apparently this is just an online deal, so you won’t find it in Microsoft’s brick and mortar store.
If you’re not sure this deal is right for you, you can learn more about the handset involved by reading our Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 + reviews.