Microsoft is selling the Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ through its online store and here’s the interesting bit – as part of its recycling program, Microsoft can give you up to $650 of store credit towards buying a new Note10. The deal ends on September 22.
Check out the table below for details on how much you can get for various devices. The fine print is important here – you need a working device, no cracks on the screen and all the original accessories. Another downside of this deal is that it’s available only in-store – Microsoft.com will point you to the nearest store.
In the table you’ll find some good deals (e.g. it’s hard to get $450 for a Pixel 2 XL on eBay) and some bad deals (a working OnePlus 6T is worth more than $100).
There’s even some opportunity for arbitrage – Google will sell you a brand new Pixel 3 XL for $600, Microsoft will give you $650 for it (in store credit when buying a Galaxy Note10 or Note10+). Just a month ago, the Pixel 3 XL fell down to $500, so that’s something you may want to keep an eye on (Google has been changing the price about once a month and the Pixel 4 is close to being announced).
|US (USD) Up to||Canada (CAD) Up to||Australia (AUD) Up to||UK (GBP) Up to|
|Samsung Galaxy S10's||$650.00||$850.00||$730.00||£550.00|
|Samsung Galaxy S9's||$450.00||$600.00||$420.00||£370.00|
|Samsung Galaxy S8's||$350.00||$450.00||$250.00||£300.00|
|Samsung Galaxy Note 9's||$650.00||$1,000.00||$620.00||£500.00|
|Samsung Galaxy Note 8's||$450.00||$800.00||$300.00||£300.00|
|Google Pixel 3's||$650.00||$550.00||$500.00||£450.00|
|Google Pixel 2's||$450.00||$450.00||$260.00||-|
|iPhone 7 Plus||$130.00||$180.00||$180.00||-|
|iPhone 6S Plus||$70.00||$100.00||$100.00||-|
|iPhone 6 Plus||$50.00||$70.00||$70.00||-|
|LG G7 ThinQ||$50.00||$75.00||$75.00||-|
Tell me how stupid can you be to trade,in Note 9 512GB with microSd slot for 650 $ !!! Smart Microsoft strategy the problem is the people who do business with them !
Microsoft has gone dumb. What's next? Palle devices?