Microsoft is selling the Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ through its online store and heres 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 its available only in-store Microsoft.com will point you to the nearest store.
In the table youll find some good deals (e.g. its hard to get $450 for a Pixel 2 XL on eBay) and some bad deals (a working OnePlus 6T is worth more than $100).
Theres 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 thats 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).
Note: the prices in the table are given in USD, but the deal is available in Canada, the UK and Australia. You can visit the local Microsoft.com sub-sites, but they dont show a detailed table so you may have to head into a store and ask.
|US (USD) Up to||Canada (USD) Up to||Australia (USD) Up to||UK (USD) 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||–|
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