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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 is $600 for a limited time

Daily Steals has 100 units at this price

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 with 256GB of storage currently costs $950 at Amazon and from Samsung, but you can get one right now for just $600. This exclusive deal comes from Daily Steals, which has 100 units of the Galaxy Note 10 to sell at this price. Use the offer code VERGENOTE10 to knock $350 off the price at checkout.

These phones are open-box models in new condition that will arrive in the retail box and include all of the original accessories. Daily Steals says that in addition to what’s left of Samsung’s own manufacturer warranty that’s still good for a few months, it’s offering a complimentary one-year warranty with purchase. It will protect your purchase if you encounter any manufacturer defects — even after Samsung’s warranty for the phone expires.

The retail site is also offering a coupon code on the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus with 128GB of storage. It only has 20 units to sell, but the offer code VERGE10P will bring the cost from $850 down to $580 (It has sold out). The S10 Plus runs on the same Snapdragon 855 processor found in the Note 10. But unlike the Note 10, it features a headphone jack and a microSD slot for adding additional storage.

These are open-box phones, as well, and each will arrive in new condition with all of the original accessories. Like the Note 10, Daily Steals is offering the same one-year warranty on the S10 Plus.

Updated 11:54AM ET, March 6th: Daily Steals has cleared through its stock of the S10 Plus, so that deal is no longer in effect.