The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was just revealed and is now available for pre-order in the US. If you pre-order, you’ll receive your device by September 15. And, those who pre-order by September 24 are eligible for a free Gear 360 camera or a 128 GB MicroSD EVO+ memory card and Samsung Convertible Fast Charge Wireless Charging Stand, depending on where you order from. Find out where to get the best deal below.
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Of all the carriers, the lowest price is from T-Mobile ($ 930), but the others offer different financing options that may appeal to you. Ordering unlocked from Samsung or Best Buy is the same price, $ 929.99. Target and Walmart will also sell the Note 8, but pre-orders aren’t yet available on their website. Check out all the deals below!
Verizon is offering the Galaxy Note 8 for $ 960, or $ 40 per month for 24 months for those with good credit. Plus, there’s a one-time activation fee of $ 30.
At AT&T, the Galaxy Note 8 is $ 949.99, or $ 31.67 per month for 30 months.
Sprint is selling the Galaxy Note 8 at a full price of $ 960, with a range of leasing options. The Sprint 18 month lease is $ 40 per month for 18 months. If you’re switching to Sprint, you can save 50% on a Sprint Flex Lease with new line activation and only pay $ 20 per month for 18 months. With both of the aforementioned lease deals, you can upgrade the phone after 12 months.
T-Mobile has the Note 8 for a low price of $ 930. You can get it for $ 210 down and $ 30 per month with the Equipment Installment Plan, or for $ 0 down and $ 39 per month on the JUMP! On Demand lease. The JUMP! On Demand lease has a purchase option of $ 228, and you have the benefit of switching devices as often as once every 30 days.
Samsung is selling an unlocked (carrier bloatware-free!) Note 8 for $ 929.99, or there’s the option to finance with Samsung Financing for $ 38.75 per month for 24 months.
Best Buy is offering the unlocked Note 8 for $ 929.99, and 24 month financing with a My Best Buy credit card.
As always, check the fine print and take service prices and fees into account when deciding to buy from a carrier. If you’re pre-ordering a Note 8, let us know in the comments.