DEAL: Galaxy Note 7 Pre-Orders at Sam's Club Also Include $150 Gift Card on Top of Freebies


Pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 opened up last night at all of the major carriers, but let’s not forget that various retailers have the phone available now as well. As of this morning, Sam’s Club seems to have the best deal, which includes not only the bonus of a free Gear Fit2 or 256GB SD card, but a $150 gift card as well.

There has been a lot of talk over the past 24 hours about how expensive this new Galaxy Note 7 is and I wouldn’t necessarily disagree with the idea that this phone is not exactly the most affordable. With that said, the freebies Samsung and retailers are including is making it quite the deal at the moment.

For one, you get a Gear Fit2 or 256GB SD card, which is basically Samsung giving you a free $170 gift. Then on top of that, Sam’s Club (assuming you are a member), will toss in another $150. That’s not bad!

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