If you want a powerful and powerful Android phone that can run Fortnite exclusively for a while, you can book your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 right now from a variety of retailers.
The phone will be officially released on August 24th. Regardless of your operator, you can redeem pre-order bonuses through the Samsung Shop app, provided you place the order before 8/23. This will include a series of noise-canceling AKG headphones (value $ 299) or 15,000 V-bucks (value $ 150), which is the gambling currency of Fortnite . You can also buy them both for $ 99. If you do not purchase Note 9 via Samsung, you can upload the pre-order purchase test with the Samsung Shop app to claim the prizes.
Note 9 can be purchased via the Samsung website or the Samsung Shop app unlocked or via a courier service.
Samsung offers up to $ 450 for the purchase of a Note 9 if you exchange your current smartphone. Of course, the credit you will receive depends on the phone you are trying to trade. Ranges from $ 200 for LG V30 to $ 450 for iPhone X, Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus or Google Pixel 2 XL.
- $ 999 for 1
- $ 1,249 for 512 GB of ROM with 8 GB of RAM
Preorders for Note 9 are now open on Verizon. Unlike other couriers, if you purchase two Note 9 at Verizon, you will be reimbursed for one of them during 24 monthly payments.
- 128 GB model is $ 999 or $ 42 per month for 24 months
- The 512 GB option costs $ 1,249 or $ 52 per month for 24 months  If you get the service via AT & T, you can preorder now. Unless you buy the full-price phone, which you can do, it's more convenient for AT & T Next customers, the manager's program that lets you update your phone every year.
- 128 GB model $ 33 a month for a year with Next, otherwise $ 41 a month for 24 months
- The 512GB model costs $ 42 a month for a year with Next , or $ 52 per month for 24 months
Preorders for the Note 9 at T-Mobile are active If you have a recent Samsung device that you are willing to trade, T-Mobile will use up to $ 500 on the cost of Note 9. Repayed as billing credits over a 24 month period, this is a good deal if you want to exchange the phone with the last note.
- 128 GB model is $ 999 outright or $ 30 a month after $ 279.99 down purchase
- Model from 512 GB to $ 1,249 or $ 30 per month if you put down $ 529
Preordering through US Cellular will earn you $ 150, repaid with a monthly credit on your statements, but only if you are a new customer.
- $ 999 for the 128 GB model or $ 33 a month for 30 months
If Sprint is your operator, you can pre-order Note 9. You can buy the 128 GB model for $ 999 or leasing through the Sprint & # 39; s Flex program for $ 21 per month over 18 billing cycles. Unlike other carriers, Sprint does not offer the higher end option with 512 GB of storage space and 8 GB of RAM.
For new members who activate their service with Xfinity Mobile and carry their number above, a prepaid $ 300 card is waiting for you. Both models are available for purchase here at $ 999 and $ 1,249.
Pre-orders for Note 9 are open at 12:01 ET ET, on August 10th, for B & H Photo, and its promo is good enough if you buy the unlocked version. Not only does it come with the usual pre-ordered items, B & H is also launching the Samsung Qi Wireless Duo Charger and a DeX dock pad for free.
The Best Buy pre-order bid will save you up to $ 200 on the total price of Note 9 when you purchase it through Verizon, AT & T or Sprint, even if you do not see the savings in advance. It will repay you in monthly installments through your operator.
If you are looking for an unlocked 9 note, you can save up to $ 450 when you exchange an iPhone X, Google Pixel 2 XL, Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus. It will be less if your phone is out of date.
By pre-ordering Note 9 to the Sam & # 39; s Club you will receive a gift card from the Sam & # 39; s Club for $ 200 if you are activating a 2-year contract with a courier.
The 128 GB version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will also be available on Amazon, Costco, Straight Talk Wireless, Target and Walmart. Just keep in mind: if you collect it at launch, you will not be entitled to the pre-ordered special mentioned above.