Microsoft offers up to $650 discount for Galaxy Note10 or Note10+ with trade-in

12 September 2019
The deal is available in-store in the US, Canada, the UK and Australia. It ends on September 22.

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  • Goma
  • IbG
  • 01 Oct 2019

Wow nice try Microsoft....IN STORE CREDIT...either way Microsoft makes the money...smh

    Prototype, 14 Sep 2019Tell me how stupid can you be to trade,in Note 9 512GB wi... moreSome people don't really mind the lack of microSD slot.

      Tell me
      how stupid can you be to trade,in Note 9 512GB with microSd slot for 650 $ !!!
      Smart Microsoft strategy the problem is the people who do business with them !

        Unless they pay real money its too expensive

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          • Carol
          • mVu
          • 13 Sep 2019

          Microsoft has gone dumb. What's next? Palle devices?

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            • Goma
            • IbG
            • 12 Sep 2019

            Good but its IN STORE CREDIT only? Smh....nice try

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              • Anonymous
              • 7sp
              • 12 Sep 2019

              Us Australians get ripped

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                • g6 user
                • LEi
                • 12 Sep 2019

                whao too bad for lg customers lg g7 just cost as much an iphone 6s cant believe it 50 usd
                it is better to purchase pixel devices as they keep prices as much as an iphone can

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                  • Sohaib
                  • g0x
                  • 12 Sep 2019

                  Shame on you microsoft .... You should have considered your abandoned handsets too like lumia 950 0r 950xl atleast.

                    AnonD-558092, 12 Sep 2019Uh... Those prices are all in local currency. Because I dou... moreYou may be right. The US page explicitly says "USD", though looking at the UK numbers, they don't make much sense unless they are GBP. I'll update the article, thanks.

                    I was going to copy the tables from the local pages (Canada, UK and Australia), but there are no tables there, just on the US page.

                      Namelesss, 12 Sep 2019Please could anyone explain what they mean by "IN STORE CRE... moreYes, sir.

                        Please could anyone explain what they mean by "IN STORE CREDIT"?
                        If for instance a Note 10 cost 900 USD in the MS Store and I trade-in a S10 for 650 USD, does that mean I only have to pay 250 USD in order to get the Note 10?

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                          • AnonD-558092
                          • ke}
                          • 12 Sep 2019

                          Uh... Those prices are all in local currency. Because I doubt Microsoft gives away free Note10s to Canadians that trade-in a Note9. Also on the MS.ca website says 1000CAD and not 1300CAD as proper currency conversion would suggest. Still, the Note9 trade-in offer is more generous in Canada

                          https://www.microsoft.com/en-ca/p/samsung-galaxy-note10/9296331zwx58?cid=msft_web_collection&activetab=pivot%3aoverviewtab