Monday, 12 August 2019 09:43

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Samsung's new Note 10 models have been launched, and while they're not yet available to pick up in stores, the pre-sales process is now well underway, with eBay giving its eBay Plus members a special deal.

eBay wants you to become a member of eBay Plus, priced at $49 for 12 months, and has regular sales and specials to make membership a worthwhile endeavour.

The latest special deal for eBay Plus members is a major saving of $350 on two Note 10 models, where models "will be release every two hours from 10am on 12 August".

So, what are the details of each model, and what is the code you'll need to snap up the deal?

Well, the first model is the regular sized Galaxy Note 10, with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage. It retails for $1499, with eBay making it available for $1149, saving $350.

The Galaxy Note 10 Plus comes with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage, and is also a dual 4G sim model.

It normally retails for $1699, but can be purchased via the deal for $1349, again a #350 savings.

You'll need to use the code PLUSPHONE at the checkout to reap the rewards. eBay also advises to "be sure to check each item listing before heading to the checkout to snap up extra surprise savings."

eBay also reminds us that "shoppers who want to take advantage of this awesome deal can sign up to eBay Plus for just $49 for 12 months.

"Plus members receive free delivery and free returns on millions of eligible items, free delivery on Coles on eBay orders over $49, as well as exclusive access to special deals and double flybuys points. Shoppers can sign up for a 30 day free trial here."

We're also advised that Aura black is the only colour available for this promotion", that the "item is limited to one unit per person/transaction", with full T&Cs here.

It's also worth noting that Samsung has its own pre-order promotion, where you'll pay full price, but you'll receive a set of bonus AKG Wireless Headphones valued at $499, so whether you want the headphones, or want the cash saving is up to you.

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