If you're hunting for a good deal on a Samsung Galaxy Note 10, it may be your best bet to head to your local Microsoft Store. When you trade in an eligible phone to a new Note 10 or Note 10 Plus, it offers up to $650 of credit.
Of course, depending on the device you want to trade in, how much you get in exchange. Microsoft is offering iPhone users the most, perhaps in an attempt to tempt iOS consumers to an Android phone that will certainly assist you get a bunch of things done with Microsoft's built-in productivity equipment and helpful applications like Your Phone.
In the iPhone X range, Microsoft offers up to $650 for phones including iPhone X, XR, XS, and XS Max. For your iPhone 8, you can get a decent $450 loan.
Microsoft also accepts other Android phones for trade-in payments apart from iPhones. Recent phones such as Samsung's Galaxy S10, Note 9, and Google Pixel 3 can get a trade-in loan of $650 each.
Even somewhat elderly designs, including the Samsung Galaxy S9, Note 8, and Pixel 2, can knock off a fresh Note 10 price of $450.
This agreement closes on September 22nd, and you'll need to visit a nearby Microsoft store to take benefit of it (it's not accessible online).
You must buy Note 10 or Note 10 Plus at the moment of trading to obtain the requested trade-in benefit for your smartphone.