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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 drops to just $700 for six-hour flash sale

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Buy starting at 6PM ET on March 28th

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Its latest flagship, the Galaxy S10, might be getting the most attention these days, but Samsung is still trying to generate some sales of last year’s Galaxy Note 9 ahead of its own refresh this coming summer. This evening, the company is holding a brief six-hour sale during which you can save $300 on the unlocked Note 9 — in either the 128GB storage / 6GB RAM or 512GB / 8GB configurations.

This might be the Note 9’s lowest price ever; it ticked down to just over $700 a few weeks ago, but has since risen back up to $899 or its standard $999 at most retailers.

To take advantage of the deal, enter code 300SAMSUNG at the company’s store anytime tonight (March 28th) between 6PM ET and 11:59PM ET and you should see the $300 taken off your total.

The Galaxy S10 has this year’s more powerful Snapdragon 855 processor and an even nicer screen than the Note 9, but there’s no S Pen equivalent for Samsung’s more mainstream flagship. Last year’s Note is still plenty capable, offers a ton of unique functionality, and now runs Android 9 Pie and Samsung’s custom One UI.