One of the most notable aspects of the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 was how much this company offers at trade-ins. But now Microsoft makes Samsung one better.
The catch: It's only for a limited time.
"Save up to $ 650 with the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10+," states a new Microsoft promotion. "Exchange your old device [through September 22] for the best deal for your new Samsung.
As you may know, Samsung offers up to $ 600 in direct purchases of a new Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10+. I took advantage of this offer when purchasing my Note 10+ and get $ 600 for my Google Pixel 3 XL. (Interestingly, I bought for less than $ 500.) Actually, I just sent it to Samsung.
Samsung usually offers up to $ 450 to swap, but in recent years, smartphone sales have slowed dramatically Apple followed again and offered more trade-ins to increase the upgrade rates. So it now offers up to $ 600 and a large number of mobile phones – including Samsung Galaxy S10 +, S10, S10e and Note 9; iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR and iPhone X; and Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL – qualify for this trade-in value.
Microsoft's trade-ins are not always directly attributed to Samsung's values. However, if you have a Microsoft Store near you, it's worth it. By checking this offer, you can save an additional $ 50 or more, depending on the handset you use.
You can find the details here, but all of these 600 USD trade-in phones at Samsung are worth 660 USD at Microsoft. And some other phones offer even better conditions for trade-in: the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are worth $ 300 for trading with Samsung, but $ 450 for trading with Microsoft. On the other hand, Samsung also offers more for certain trades: the iPhone 7 Plus is worth 130 US dollars at Microsoft, but you can get $ 200 from Samsung.
What's more, a personal deal is hard to beat: Take away As an advantage of Samsung's offer, you need to buy the phone online, wait for it to arrive, return your phone to Samsung, and then wait for the cash-in credit to appear.
Tagged Galaxy Note 10, Microsoft Store, Samsung