Where to buy the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in the US: Amazon, Best Buy, Verizon, and More!
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has been around for a while now, and as you might expect, a flagship specs list means a premium price tag. The Galaxy Note 20 launched at $999 in the US, while the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra launched at $1,399. But Samsung has also launched its latest flagship Galaxy S21 series which means older generation smartphones like the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra have received price cuts across different retailers. As a result, you can save big, depending on where you go! We’ve rounded up all the best deals for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, including hefty trade-in bonuses and ways to save on multiple devices.
Where to buy the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in the US
One of the best and biggest phones of 2020 and one that’s still hugely relevant in 2021 is available through every major carrier and most major retailers across the world. In the US, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is available at the three biggest carriers (Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile), and available unlocked from Samsung, Amazon, and Best Buy.
If you’re interested in the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra but live in India, you can check our round-up for the region.
Best Unlocked Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Deals in the US
If you don’t want to be tied to a particular carrier, you can pick up the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra from three major retailers — Amazon, the Samsung Store, and Best Buy. As time goes on, you should see the Note 20 Ultra start to become available at other retailers, too.
If you want the most purchasing ease, then Amazon is the way to go. Right now, you can save $50 on the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra with them, and pay for it over 18 months if you have the Prime Rewards Visa. It’s also available for Prime Shipping, and if you want, you can bundle your Note 20 Ultra with a Galaxy Watch Active2 for little extra savings.
Of all the unlocked phone options, the Samsung Store has the best deals. You can get up to $450 in trade-in credit with an eligible phone. Also, with Samsung Financing, you can finance the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra over 36 months at 0% APR, giving by far the lowest monthly payments out of all the retailers. It’s a good option if you plan to hold onto the phone for a while.
If you activate your Galaxy Note 20 Ultra with Best Buy, you can save big if you activate today. If you want an unlocked phone, you can save $250. The carrier-locked versions of the phone don’t have any sort of discount — not even the usual $50 if you activate today. So you might as well go with an unlocked Note 20 Ultra if you’re going with Best Buy.
Best Carrier Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Deals in the US
If you have a US carrier in mind for your phone, you can get some great Galaxy Note 20 Ultra deals from Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile. Some of these deals are even better than the unlocked Galaxy Note 20 Ultra deals, depending on what you’re looking for.
Verizon, as usual, has a whole slew of deals you may or may not be able to take advantage of, including trade-in credit, gift cards, and more. Here’s the breakdown:
- Buy one Note 20 Ultra, save up to $1,000 with a new line.
- Get up to $800 off with trade-in value.
- Enjoy Verizon Stream TV for free.
If you’re switching to Verizon, you’ll get the best deals, but there’s something there for even current Verizon customers to take advantage of.
Get the full power of Verizon's 5G mmWave network with the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and there are a variety of discounts to take advantage of. Expect great coverage and blazing fast speeds when you're in a mmWave 5G area.
For AT&T, the best offer you can get is their upgrade program which lets you upgrade to the next version of the smartphone by paying just half the retail price.
AT&T doesn't have the best ongoing deal but the upgrade plan might interest you if you switch phones regularly. If you're looking to change or sign up with a new carrier, AT&T may be your best choice.
No matter where you end up going, we can be sure you’ll enjoy the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. We enjoyed the phone in our review, and our long-term camera review also gave the Note 20 Ultra a good score. While the Galaxy S21 Ultra has taken over the reins as Samsung’s top dog, the Note 20 Ultra is still a good flagship option.