Savvy consumers can pick up a brand new unlocked 32GB AT&T Galaxy Note 4 for $585 at Rakuten, with free shipping. Promotions offering both a year's free Netflix subscription and $58 in Rakuten Bucks sweeten the deal.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 is the company's latest flagship phablet, and has been competing directly with the iPhone 6 Plus in the growing phablet wars. Phablets, which once had only a small percentage of the smartphone market, are rapidly becoming more popular and snagging an increasing following as consumers become used to larger screen sizes on their smartphones.
The Note 4 sports a beautiful Quad HD Super AMOLED 5.7 inch display, high quality 16-megapixel rear camera with optical image stabilization (OIS), and a combination plastic and metal premium build. The device has proven so popular with consumers that it was sold out or in limited supply when it was first released back in October.
Now, buyers can grab this premium phablet in its unlocked 32GB AT&T version at Rakuten for the low discount price of $585. But the deal gets even better if you apply two separate promotions that give you even more bang for your buck.
First, by entering the promo code JANREWARDS at checkout, you can earn an additional $58 in Rakuten Bucks, which then can be used to purchase anything else on the website. Then, by registering your purchase with Samsung you can take advantage of a separate Samsung promotion, which is offering a free one-year subscription to Netflix, a $107 value, with the purchase of the Galaxy Note 4.
The Samsung Netflix promotion is also available with the Samsung Galaxy Tab S, Samsung Galaxy S5, or any Samsung 4K UHD TV. It is open not only to new but current Netflix subscribers. That means if you have a current Netflix subscription, if you take advantage of this promotion, you will receive an additional year of Netflix on top of however long you have left on your current subscription.
Buyers who want to get in on this deal need to act fast, as it expires on Jan. 16. The Netflix deal expires just one day later, on Jan. 17.