Samsung Galaxy Note 8: where to get the best deal

Update: Former Note 7 owners can get a $425 discount on the Note 8
Samsung Galaxy Note 8: where to get the best deal

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. Former Note 7 owners can get a huge trade-in discount. 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. 

If you are a former owner of a Galaxy Note 7, you can get a huge discount on the Note 8 from Samsung by trading in your current phone. Samsung is offering $425 as an instant trade-in credit, plus free, prioritized shipping. If you're brave enough to get another Note device after the explosions and hassle of the Note 7, be sure to take Samsung up on the offer to save some extra cash. Just visit this page to check your eligibility.

Best Buy

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.

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  • I bought two Note 7s one with T-Mobile that went back without a hitch and the second one was from eBay from a private seller then immediately closed his store after they started blowing up. I fought with Samsung for 5 months to take the phone back which they finally did it's been nine months since they've taken that phone and I've still yet to get my $980 reimbursement check!! To add insult to injury they send me to promo codes last week for the two phones that I bought that were note 7's. Neither one of the codes worked! then they wanted me to pull up last year's receipts. after going to T-Mobile and waiting in line for 2 hours and getting my receipts coming home uploading them to PDF format and then emailing them the Samsung I still have yet to hear anything after 15 phone calls and two weeks later... so they treating me like crap with my Note 7 now they're treating me like crap to try to get a NOTE 8.. and all I've ever done is defend that company especially the people who love Apple since the Note II was around. I've owned every Note device ever made. They got the worst customer service and they treat people like s***

  • P.C. Aug 27, 2017 Link to comment

    Samsung is NOT allowing all Note 7 user to participate in the promo. They only picked certain phones to allow as a trade in. I spoke to 3 people at Samsung and all stated that because I purchased a HTC 10, I was ineligible for the Note 7 discount. So not only did I get screwed with the Note 7, they aren't even interested in keeping me as a customer anymore.

  • Hmm, shouldn't the title be "SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 8: WHERE TO GET THE BEST DEAL ... IN THE US" ? It's misleading as it stands.

  • This phablet is way,way too expensive for most of us but any way people will still go out there to buy this phone!

  • as a buyer who bought the gn7 I will not even consider if i don't get a allowance for going through the crap storm last year if I don't get a bargain form Samsung / at&t I don't care who ! well I have to revise my comment I went with sammy and got my discount not from at@t cheap *^# so Sammy heard my plea and went with them much better with a the gifts can't wait tell 9/15th I hope

    • I read something yesterday that for the previous owners of Note 7, Samsung is offering 400-450$ discount towards Note 8. Google it. You might be in luck.

      • Samsung wanted me to give them my Note 7 which I sent it to them and still have yet to get reimbursed my check for $980. In the meantime I had to repurchase a Note 5 that cost me an additional $750! Samsung said if I give them my brand new $750 phone bill give me $200 off a Note 8! Wowwww... maybe I could afford one if I would pay me back for my Note 7 that they took

    • Samsung has a special offer for people who bought the Note7:

      "Special opportunity for former Galaxy Note7 owners. You are eligible for an instant trade-in credit of up to $425 when you upgrade to Galaxy Note8 and return your current phone. You will also receive free, prioritized shipping so you can be the first to enjoy your new phone."

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