Microsoft offers up to $650 savings when trading your old device for a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10+

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The Microsoft Store has a trade-in deal going on for those looking to get the Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10+ (via Thurrott). The company is offering up to $650 in the US for trade-ins of select devices, not just Galaxy devices starting in the S8 and Note 8 series, but also select iPhones, Google Pixel phones, and even the OnePlus 6T.

This promotion is a limited time offering, of course, so if the Note 10 has been catching your eye lately, it’s best to act quickly. The deal will end on September 22, after that the trade-in offers will revert to their original rates. Here are the current offers:

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Samsung Galaxy S10’s $650 $850 $730 $550
Samsung Galaxy S9’s $450 $600 $420 $370
Samsung Galaxy S8’s $350 $450 $250 $300
Samsung Galaxy Note 9’s $650 $1,000 $620 $500
Samsung Galaxy Note 8’s $450 $800 $300 $300
iPhone X’s $650 $950 $1,200 $700
iPhone 8’s $450 $550 $550 $420
Google Pixel 3’s $650 $550 $500 $450
Google Pixel 2’s $450 $450 $260
Google Pixel’s $350 $350 $60
Iphone 7 Plus $130 $180 $180
Iphone 6S Plus $70 $100 $100
Iphone 6 Plus $50 $70 $70
LG G7 ThinQ $50 $75 $75
OnePlus 6T $99 $130 $140

The Note 10 is an especially good option for those who are keen to Microsoft’s various services, as it includes features designed to communicate with devices running Windows 10 that others don’t. One of these is the built-in “Link to Windows” feature, which allows the phones to be connected to Windows 10 devices without the need for the Your Phone companion app, such as for the purpose of sending and receiving text messages, checking notifications, and even using screen mirroring to access the Note 10’s app straight from the desktop.

Of course, the offer only works at retail Microsoft Stores. For those who aren’t fortunate enough to live near one, Samsung is also offering up to $600 off the new Notes, and you’ll be able to ship your device in. The downside to this though, is that you won’t have to flexibility of seeing if your device is eligible before you buy the brand new phone.

Which phone do you have that might be worth trading in? Let us know along with your thoughts in the comments area below.

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