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Deal: Galaxy Note 8, eBay, $320, excellent condition, unlocked, unbelievable (Updated)

Update: It was the best Note 8 price we'd ever seen, but the phones are already out of stock.
January 10, 2019
A Galaxy Note 9 eBay store page.

Update 01/10/2019: Only a couple of hours after our article went live, it appears the Note 8s have now sold out at the original $320. The Midnight Black variants at $399 are still available if you’re interested. Otherwise, we’ll keep an eye on this to see if the Orchid Gray models come back into stock.

Original coverage: The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is available for $320 right now on eBay (h/t PhoneArena). The unlocked smartphone comes in Orchid Gray in “excellent condition” with free U.S. shipping.

The handset might have some minor signs of wear — this isn’t a completely new and unopened model — and it doesn’t include the original box. It probably hasn’t been used much (if at all) previously, though. 

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What might be more off-putting than the Note 8’s condition is its included accessories. It comes with a compatible stylus and charger, but the seller can’t guarantee these are Samsung-branded. That means you might not end up with a proper Samsung S Pen stylus, and it will cost you around $20-$25 to get one

Still, it may be worth the risk: this is the cheapest price we’ve ever seen on the Note 8 and it was regarded as one of the best phones ever released when it hit the scene in late 2017.

This Note 8 works with major carriers like Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile, but you can’t use it on Sprint. Oddly enough, the last great Note 8 deal we saw was a new Sprint-branded model for $360. Just a week later, you could now save yourself $40, if you’re okay with the aforementioned terms.

Check out the deal on eBay via the button below and don’t forget to tap Orchid Gray in the drop-down menu (the Midnight Black model costs $399). We don’t know how much stock is available or how long the deal will last.