Samsung Galaxy Note10+ now comes with free Galaxy Buds and Galaxy Fit in the US

Peter, 30 September 2019

Samsung has sweetened the deal for US buyers that are still undecided on which flagship to choose – the Galaxy Note10+ and Note10+ 5G now come with a free set of Galaxy Buds and a Galaxy Fit smart band.

These cost $130 and $100, respectively, for a total of $230. If you prefer other accessories, you can choose $200 store credit instead (enough for an original Watch Active, but $80 short of the Watch Active2 price).

Samsung Galaxy Note10+ now comes with free Galaxy Buds and Galaxy Fit in the US

There are more goodies too, 6 months of Spotify Premium and 4 months of YouTube Premium. Not quite a 1-year subscription to Apple TV+ like you get with a new iPhone, but close.

The base Samsung Galaxy Note10 only gets the Spotify and YouTube premium subscriptions. It’s worth keeping in mind that the price difference between it and the Plus is just $150 (smaller than the accessories/in-store credit).

Hear over to Samsung.com to check out the deal.


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  • Manzoor Ali

Samsung phones price very high

  • sk

Why this discrimination for Europe / Asia and other countries.... ??

  • Anonymous

Agreed pay more with Exynos? I think it's one of the (not many) phone companies who do this to their customer. Every SD beat Exynos in gaming apparently.

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