Save $200 when you buy the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 at Verizon, no trade-in required

The discount is available for new and current Verizon customers

Like the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, but its outrageous price tag has so far, prevented you from getting it for yourself?

The Galaxy Note 8 is, after all, the most expensive Samsung smartphone released to date. The Korean tech giant is selling it the unlocked version for $950 and up on its websites and some carrier prices are even steeper.

For example, Verizon has been selling for $960 outright. Customers also had the option of purchasing it through Verizon’s device payment installment plan for 24 monthly payments of $40.

Well starting today, Big Red will be offering the Galaxy Note 8 with a $200 discount. No device trade-in needed. But the promo is only available if you’re planning to jump onboard with a two-year plan with the carrier.

So instead of paying $40/month for 24 months, you’ll pay $31.67. This way you will be able to save $200 in total. The deal is available for new and current Verizon subscribers.

We don’t know how long the deal will last, so if you’re interested in this Galaxy Note 8 deal, you’d best hurry up and place an order.

On the other hand, Samsung is only a month away from unveiling its next-gen Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus flagships, so you might want to refrain from buying the Note 8 until the new phones have had a chance to make an appearance.

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