Deal: Samsung Galaxy Note 9 at lowest price yet on eBay — $829.99 ($170-off)

eBay store page deal for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

If you weren’t up for spending a grand on the Galaxy Note 9, perhaps its latest price on eBay will be a little more appealing. Samsung’s recent flagship can now be yours for $829.99, down from its $999.99 introductory price.

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The new and unlocked dual-SIM unit, coming with 128GB of internal storage and 6GB RAM, is on sale via frequently sourced top-seller never-msrp. It was only two weeks ago that we saw the handset at its last lowest price on eBay at $865.99, from the very same store. The Note 9 is available at the new price in Lavender Purple and Ocean Blue colors, while the Midnight Black and Metallic Copper variants are out of stock.

This is the international model of the Note 9, arriving with Samsung’s own Exynos 9810 chip rather than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, though you probably won’t see a huge performance difference between the two. If you’re on the fence about picking up Samsung stylus-wielding phablet, read our full Galaxy Note 9 review at the link for an in-depth look at it (spoiler: we think it’s pretty great).  

The Galaxy Note 9 ships free but it’s available on GSM Networks only (such as AT&T and T-Mobile) and it’s coming without a warranty. Check out the deal on eBay via the button below and let us know if it’s worth the money in the comments. 

Buy Now: Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for $829.99 

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