T-Mobile selling Galaxy Note 8 for $130 off, Samsung also offering deal


T-Mobile’s Galaxy Note 8 BOGO deal may be over, but T-Mo is now running a new deal on Samsung’s flagship Android smartphone.

T-Mobile is selling the Galaxy Note 8 for $130 off its normal price. That means that you’ll pay $100 down and $30 per month for 24 months on EIP, which works out to a total of $820.

Also of note is a deal that’ll get you money back when you buy a Samsung phone from T-Mobile. When you buy a Galaxy Note 8 from T-Mobile, you can get $200 in Samsung Pay credit from Samsung. Specifically, the deal says that you’ll get Samsung reward points that you can redeem for a Samsung Rewards Visa Card.

Samsung is also offering credit on the T-Mobile Galaxy S8 and S8+. If you buy the S8 you’ll get $50 in Samsung Pay credit, while the S8+ will get you $100 in Samsung Pay credit.

This Samsung promo will run through tomorrow, November 2nd, so you’ll have to act fast if you want to take advantage of it. There’s no word on how long T-Mobile will be offering its $130 discount on the Note 8.

While the Galaxy Note 8 is one of the highest-end smartphones on the market, it’s also one of the priciest devices that you can buy. T-Mobile’s deal helps to lessen the blow to your wallet when you buy a Note 8, though, and combining that with Samsung’s promo makes for a pretty sweet deal.

Are you going to take advantage of these special offers on the Note 8?

Via: SlickDeals
Sources: T-Mobile, Samsung Promotions

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  • MattPortland

    I’m very tempted.

  • Koolme666

    Still very expensive might go with the moto my s7 just died after 7 months

  • carlos ramirez

    Sams club will have a $300 gift card for the purchase of a Note 8 on 11/11.. I am not sure if they carry tmobile phones, I only remember seeing verizon and ATT signs

    • MattPortland

      The Note 5?

      • carlos ramirez

        My apologies, I meant to say Note 8. But I checked at Sams club, they only carry phones for ATT, Verizon and Sprint so no go for Tmobile

        • Harley Hong

          that’s fine then. the note 8 is the same phone in the us, and you can flash the tmobile rom onto an att or verizon note 8

        • JJCommonSense

          Really? So my TMO version has CDMA capabilities????

        • iCrap

          i am 99.9% certain (based on information i have read on the s8 and the note 8) that all us models are internally identical. now, the caveat is sprint and verizon have to certify devices. there’s no guarantee that you’ll have all the functions on verizon/sprint even flashing the appropriate firmware (rom). BUT, you can buy say a verizon note 8, unlock it (if not already unlocked), flash the tmobile firmware and receive all the tmobile fucntions (volte, wificalling) and receive ota updates.

        • JJCommonSense

          I know the VZW phones come unlocked. When I worked at Best Buy, if a customer wanted an unlocked phone we would sell them a Verizon one.. may not have had all of the correct bands but they worked lol

      • Bklynman

        I was going to ask the same thing. Note5???

    • Francisco Peña

      costco offers tmo

  • Bklynman

    Alex wrote,that there a deal to get your money back. I don’t see that,all I see is $330 the most. Only have until tomorrow to do it. What about the rest of the $620?

  • Sam

    I wonder if a better deal will be announced in a few weeks for Black Friday?

  • Nionx

    Soooooo…..bought another Note 8. Called up T-Mobile and was able to take advatage of this promotion, $130 discount and $100 down payment. I used the emailed receipt the same night, got the confirmation that Samsung did indeed give me $200 in my Samsung Pay app this morning. Now here is the kicker: There is absolutely nothing stopping me from returning the newly bought Note 8 and keeping the $200 from Samsung. Free money….

    • JJCommonSense

      Restocking fee?

      • Nionx

        Not if you buy online or via customer service. Only fee you pay, besides the discounted down payment is shipping and handling

    • resynx

      Did you have to open a new line?

      • Nionx

        No. I upgraded one of my current lines

  • MadJoe

    When did T-Mobile raise it’s price for the Note 8 to $950? It was $930 initially.

    • Rachel Schmidt

      Samsung changed it a few weeks ago :/

  • Francisco Peña

    JoD price?