Samsung’s Note 10 and Note 10 Plus are official! If you’re looking for details on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus price, release date, and deals, we’ve got it all for you here.

As expected, both iterations of the Galaxy Note 10 don’t come cheap. The starting price of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus is over $1,000 and the 5G model will be hundreds of dollars more than that. However, the standard Galaxy Note 10’s price is actually cheaper than last year’s Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

These are the best-of-the-best smartphones from Samsung, so you’ll get quite a bit for your cash. Check out all the info on the Galaxy Note 10 family below!

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 release date

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus Aura White on table back

Samsung officially unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 family on August 7, 2019, at the Barclays Center in New York City. Pre-orders for the Note 10 and the Note 10 Plus opened on August 8, 2019, with the 5G variants available to order at a later, unspecified date.

If you don’t care to pre-order the devices, you can wait until August 23, 2019, when the phones will be available in stores and online. If you do pre-order one of the phones, you should see it arrive at your door on or before that date. Historically, many Samsung pre-orders arrive earlier than the on-sale date.

Pre-orders also come with a nifty gift. Scroll down a bit for more on that.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 price and availability

The Galaxy Note 10 phones are very expensive. Still, Samsung is lowering the base cost of entry this year as compared to last year, which is an interesting move.

Check out the prices below:

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage: $949
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage: $1,099
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus with 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage: $1,199
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G (Korea only, no pre-orders yet): $1,049
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G (Verizon exclusive, no 512GB model yet): $1,299

For reference, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 started at $1,000 for the model with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, so this year’s starter model gets you more memory for less cash, which is certainly nice. However, some of the specs of the base model Note 10 are actually weaker than either variant of the Note 9; see our specs roundup below for all the details.

Read more: The full list of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus specs

Both versions of the Galaxy Note 10 will be available around the world on most major carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint here in the United States. When the 5G variant lands, it will initially be exclusive to Verizon in the United States. Pricing for the 5G model, as well as other carrier pricing for the Note 10 and Note 10 Plus, can be found below:

  • Verizon
    • Samsung Galaxy Note 10
      • 256GB: $39.58 for 24 months ($949.99 retail)
      • PLUS: Pre-order the Note 10 and get a second Galaxy Note 10 free, or up to $950 off a second select Samsung Galaxy device.
      • PLUS: Get a $200 Prepaid Mastercard when you switch to Verizon on Unlimited.
      • PLUS: Get a $100 Samsung gift card with pre-order.
      • PLUS: Get up to $450 off with an eligible trade-in device.
    • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus
      • 256GB: $45.83 for 24 months ($1,099.99 retail)
      • 512GB: $49.99 for 24 months ($1,199.99 retail)
      • PLUS: Pre-order the Note 10 Plus and get a Galaxy Note 10 free, or up to $950 off a second select Samsung Galaxy device.
      • PLUS: Get a $200 Prepaid Mastercard when you switch to Verizon on Unlimited.
      • PLUS: Get a $150 Samsung gift card with pre-order.
      • PLUS: Get up to $450 off with an eligible trade-in device.
    • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G:
      • 256GB: $36.11 for 36 months or $54.16 for 24 months ($1,299.99 retail)
      • 512GB: $38.88 for 36 months or $58.33 for 24 months ($1,399.99 retail)
      • PLUS: Pre-order the Note 10 5G and get a Galaxy Note 10 free, or up to $950 off a second select Samsung Galaxy device.
      • PLUS: Get a $200 Prepaid Mastercard when you switch to Verizon on Unlimited.
      • PLUS: Get a $150 Samsung gift card with pre-order.
      • PLUS: Get up to $450 off with an eligible trade-in device.
  • T-Mobile: 
    • Samsung Galaxy Note 10
      • 256GB: $0 down, $39.59/month for 24 months ($949.99 retail)
      • Save up to $300 when you trade in an eligible phone.
    • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus
      • 256GB: $149 down, $39.59/month for 24 months ($1,099.99 retail)
      • 512GB: $249.99 down, $39.59/month for 24 months ($1,199.99 retail)
      • Save up to $300 when you trade in an eligible phone.
  • AT&T: 
    • Samsung Galaxy Note 10
      • 256GB: $0 down, $31.67/month for 30 months ($949.99 retail)
      • Buy-one-get-one: Buy a Galaxy Note 10 and get a second Galaxy Note 10 free or $950 towards a Galaxy Note 10 Plus when you buy both on a qualifying installment plan with an eligible AT&T unlimited plan (min. $145/mo. combined before discounts).
      • PLUS: Get a $150 Visa Reward Card when you order online.
    • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus
      • 256GB: $0 down, $36.67/month for 30 months ($1,099.99 retail)
      • 512GB: $0 down, $40.00/month for 30 months ($1,199.99 retail)
      • Buy-one-get-one: Buy a Galaxy Note 10 Plus and get a Galaxy Note 10 free or $950 towards a second Galaxy Note 10+ when you buy both on a qualifying installment plan with an eligible AT&T unlimited plan (min. $145/mo. combined before discounts).
      • PLUS: Get a $150 Visa Reward Card when you order online.
  • Sprint: 
    • Samsung Galaxy Note 10
      • 50 percent off: 256GB: $0 down, $19.79/month for 18 months on Sprint Flex Lease ($949.99 retail)
      • Get a $100 Samsung gift card when you order online.
    • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus
      • 50 percent off: 256GB: $0 down, $26.04/month for 18 months on Sprint Flex Lease ($1,099.99 retail)
      • 50 percent off: 512GB: $100 down, $26.04/month for 18 months on Sprint Flex Lease ($1,199.99 retail)
      • Get a $150 Samsung gift card when you order online.

Pre-orders start August 8 at all outlets, with pre-orders from Samsung.com earning you up to $150 in Samsung credit and a six-month Spotify Premium trial. You can also trade in select smartphones and get up to $600 in trade-in value toward the Galaxy Note 10 phones.

Not looking to buy from Samsung or from a U.S. carrier? You can save up to $700 off a Note 10 device from Best Buy with pre-order, qualified activation, and trade-in. You must visit a physical Best Buy store to get the deal, though.

Sam’s Club is also offering deals. Whether you buy the Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 Plus, you’ll get a free $200 Sam’s Club gift card with your pre-order in addition to the Samsung gift cards ($100 and $150 respectively). If you buy a Note 10 Plus, that’s $350 total in gift cards. You must pre-order by August 18 and activate your device on Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint to get this deal.

Microsoft will also offer the Galaxy Note 10 phones online and in-person through the Microsoft Store. You can pre-order from the Microsoft Store using the button below:

You’ll get a free Amazon Echo Plus smart speaker thrown in with your order if you buy the Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 Plus from Amazon. Check out the deals below.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 deals

Those of you who decide to pre-order the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 directly from Samsung starting on August 8 will get a free gift.

For pre-orders of the vanilla Galaxy Note 10, you’ll receive a $100 Samsung gift card. Pre-orders of the Note 10 Plus will come with a $150 Samsung gift card. These gift cards can be used towards all manner of Samsung products, including accessories for your Note 10. Or, you could apply the gift amount to a larger purchase, such as a television, computer, or even another smartphone.

You’ll also get a free six-month trial of Spotify Premium with your purchase.

Additionally, if you trade-in your current smartphone, you can get up to a $600 credit towards the purchase of a Note 10. That means you could walk away with a new Note device for as little as $349, which is pretty awesome. Click the button below to check out the trade-in program from Samsung.

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