The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 may no longer be the phone everyone's talking about, since Samsung has released the newer Galaxy S9 and Note 9 models. But there's still plenty to love about the older Note 8, as its screen and design are still top tier until the new Samsung foldable phone comes out. In the meantime, you can score a good deal on the Note 8.
If you're on the market for a great phone at a more reasonable price than most of the flagships selling right now, then you may be in luck. The Note 8 price is officially only down to $899 (though carriers have differing list prices), but if you have some wiggle room to go with a new carrier, than you can get that price reduced substantially.
The best Samsung Galaxy Note 8 deals with US Carriers
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 deals at T-Mobile| $120 off
Samsung knocks $80 off its list price for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to sell it for $720. You can break that out into 24 monthly payments of $30, with $0 down. However, as we explained above, you can get better deal on a T-Mobile Note 8 directly from Samsung.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 at AT&T | $899 or $30 for 30 months
AT&T sells the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 for full price, but you can break that amount up into 30 payments of just $30, with no money due upfront.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 deals at Verizon | 24 monthly payments of $33.33
Verizon doesn't offer any discounts on the Galaxy Note 8 if you buy it outright (it's charging $899), but you can finance it for $33.33 a month and save $100 off the price. That will be 24 monthly payments.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 deals at Sprint | $960 in full or lease for $40 a month for 18 months
Sprint isn't discounting the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. However, you can lease the phone for $40 per month for 18 months. After the lease period has ended, you can either buy the phone for the balance still remaining or trade it in towards a new device.
More Samsung Galaxy Note 8 deals
Wondering what all the fuss is about? Well, the fervor for the Note 8 is probably doubled due to the fact that the Note 7 was pulled from shelves soon after release. But it doesn't take more than one look at the Note 8 to see that it justifies the hype.
The huge 6.3-inch Infinity Display is gorgeous to look at, the 6GB RAM innards go like a train, and there are two best-in-class rear cameras. It's expensive, but we think the Note 8 is worth it.
Read TechRadar's full Samsung Galaxy Note 8 review