Pricing is out for the Galaxy Note 8, but prepare yourself – it’s not pretty. This phone is easily one of Samsung’s most expensive devices to date, starting at around $950. However, for that price, you certainly are getting a nice package. On top of the phone itself, each carrier appears to have their own promotions going on, as well as Samsung offering up their own.
Let’s see what we have here.
- Installment Price: $40/month for 24 months on device payment plan.
- Full retail: $960
- Notes: Customers can get the Galaxy Note8 at up to 50% off with an eligible smartphone trade-in. The fine print – “$960 device payment purchase req’d. Less up to $480 trade-in/promo credit applied over 24 months; promo credit ends when balance paid or line terminated; 0% APR. Fully paid-off eligible trade-in must be in good working and cosmetic condition.”
- Installment Price: $31.67 for 30 months on an AT&T Next installment plan.
- Full Retail: $949.99
- Notes: Receive $500 off a Samsung TV when you buy a Galaxy Note 8 and add DIRECTV, Buy one Galaxy Note 8, get one free when you purchase on AT&T Next and add DIRECTV, Get a Samsung Gear S2 for 99-cents or the Gear S3 for $49.99 on a 2-year agreement when you buy a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 on AT&T Next, Trade in your eligible smartphone for up to $200 in credits.
- Installment Price: $39.59/month with Sprint Flex 18-month lease, $33.33/month for 24 months.
- Full Retail: $999.99
- Notes: Customers switching to Sprint get 50 percent off the lease price and pay just $20.00 per month with $0 down with 18 Sprint Flex payments, Galaxy Forever allows upgrades any time to the latest Galaxy after just 12 Sprint Flex payments, exclusively from Sprint.
- Installment Price: $210 down and $30/month on T-Mobile’s Equipment Installment Plan (EIP), $0 down and $39/month on JUMP! On Demand.
- Full Retail: $930
- Notes: No additional notes.
Keep in mind, Samsung is running a promotion that gets you a free Gear 360 camera or 128GB microSD card and Fast Wireless Charger for free with any purchase of the Galaxy Note 8, but still, this is a pricey phone.
Does the pricing make you second guess your pre-order?