Best Galaxy Note 20 Deals: Where to buy the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in India

Best Galaxy Note 20 Deals: Where to buy the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in India

Samsung has officially announced its next Galaxy Note series. Despite being successors to the Galaxy Note 10 series, the new devices have adopted a moniker befitting the most eventful year (so far) of the 21st century. As expected, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 phones, especially the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G (first impressions), are stocked with premium features. In India, Samsung justifies that by selling the Galaxy Note 20 for ₹77,999 (~$1,040) and the Note 20 Ultra for ₹1,04,999 (~$1,400).

Although these prices align with those in the U.S. (see the best Galaxy Note 20 deals for the US), the phones are definitely outside the comfortable spending zone for most Indian users. Thankfully, Samsung has some sweet deals on pre-orders of the smartphones, and that may grant some sort of comfort to those who eagerly wish to cherish the improved Note experience.

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Where to buy the Galaxy Note 20 in India

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and the Note 20 Ultra are available for purchase in India from Amazon India, Samsung’s online shop, and leading offline retail chains including Croma, Tata Cliq, and Poorvika Mobile.

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To lure customers, Samsung is offering a discount value of up to ₹76,340, which covers 98% of Note 20’s cost if you have an eligible phone.

Note: Samsung is only selling one variant each for the Galaxy Note 20 and the Note 20 Ultra in India. The Galaxy Note 20 is available only in 8GB/256GB configuration and lacks 5G support while you can only buy the 12GB/256GB variant of the Note 20 Ultra in India.

Best Galaxy Note 20 Deals in India

With the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series, Samsung brings a myriad of offers that makes the device more accessible to users. Unlike the U.S., you can only buy the unlocked variants in India as of now. There are a variety of offers on the smartphone through Amazon India, Samsung’s own online store, and other major retail chains in India.

Here are all the good deals we’ve been able to track so far:

Amazon India

On the purchase of the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra on Amazon India, you get shopping credits worth ₹12,000 that can be availed on Samsung’s online shop or offline stores for other accessories. In addition, you get interest-free EMI options for up to 9 months by using a credit card from a wide range of banks and an exchange bonus of up to ₹10,800 if you choose to replace your old phone. At the same time, you can also get a ₹9,000 cashback with a HDFC credit card.

    Galaxy Note 20 Ultra: Get additional exchange discounts on Amazon!
    Get the premium Galaxy Note 20 Ultra with gorgeous glass and metal design, 120Hz Super AMOLED display, 5G, and much more to drool over. The exciting offers make this phone less pricey and more desirable.
    Galaxy Note 20:More affordable Note experience
    Get similar performance and S Pen experience despite a strapped budget. Buy the Galaxy Note 20 on Amazon and avail similar benefits as the Ultra variant.

Samsung Online Shop

Samsung is offering some of the best trade-in values if you purchase the Galaxy Note 20 smartphones from its own online store. You can receive a discount of up to ₹76,340 if you exchange an old flagship. The exchange value may vary on the basis of the age of your older smartphones but it usually matches up to the buy-back guarantee on the phone. On certain phones, Samsung may offer up to ₹5,000 extra on certain phones like the iPhone 11 or the Galaxy Fold.

Besides the trade-in value, you get Samsung credits worth up to ₹7,000 and additional coupons worth ₹2,000 that be utilized on other Samsung products like the Galaxy Buds Live. In addition, you can get ₹9,000 on the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra with an HDFC card. All of these offers make Samsung’s store one of the better options for grabbing your new Note 20.

    Get best trade-in value at Samsung's online shop
    Get the Galaxy Note 20 and the Note 20 Ultra with 256GB storage on Samsung's online store.

Croma Online

Apart from Amazon and Samsung’s online store, you can get discounts on Croma, one of India’s leading retail chains. These deals aren’t nearly as good as when the Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra were in the pre-booking phase, but you can get either ₹1,000 or 5% cashback, and there are interest-free EMI payment options.

    Same discounts but offline
    Get the 256GB variant of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra at Croma and enjoy the same benefits whether you pick it up from a store or get it delivered to your address.
    Get it delivered or pick up at a store
    Head to a Croma story and enjoy similar benefits on the Galaxy Note 20 without waiting for the package to reach your doorstep.

Tata Cliq

Although Croma and Tata Cliq are operated by the same parent company — Tata — you get way more discount offers on the latter. By purchasing on Tata Cliq, you can get instant discounts by using cards from banks such as ICICI, Kotak, and HDFC. You can get the ₹7,000 in Samsung store credit!

    Instant discounts up to ₹9,000
    Along with Samsung credits worth ₹7,000, Tata Cliq offers an instant discount of ₹9,000 with HDFC credit cards that save you the wait for a cashback.
    Discount offers from multiple banks
    Tata Cliq offers an instant discount of ₹9,000 with HDFC credits cards that save you the wait for a cashback. In all of the cases, you get guaranteed Samsung store credits worth ₹7,000.

Poorvika Mobile

Pookvika Mobile is not offering nearly as many discounts as its competitors, but you can still get ₹9,000 cashback with HDFC credit cards.

    Pre-book for only ₹2,000
    You can simply pre-order the upcoming flagship from Samsung by paying only ₹2,000 at Poorvika Mobile instead of the full amount. You can avail the ₹9,000 cashback using HDFC cards and get Samsung benefits worth ₹10,000 while also receiving extra benefits up to ₹5,000 by exchanging your old phone.

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Tushar Mehta
Tushar Mehta

Tushar's love for tinkering with different forms of consumer tech brings him to this front. Besides technology, he likes to keep a tab on the political climate and trade bouts that make things expensive, and in turn, peeve him. Email him at [email protected]