How much is my Samsung Galaxy Note 9 worth?
If you sell your old Samsung Galaxy 9 online, you can minimize the cost of a cell phone upgrade. To ensure that selling your phone is the best course of action, however, you have to know its worth.
We are a comparison site for cell phones that bring you in contact with the best deals. To see the Samsung Galaxy 9 trade-in price, use our filter above, and we will load all the available deals within seconds. The prices that buyers offer on our site depend on the phone’s condition, the service carrier the phone is locked to, and its storage capacity.
Where is the best place to sell a Samsung Galaxy Note 9?
We have a selection of trusted buyers who offer more for phones than carrier programs or trade-in stores. With our price table, you can find the best Samsung Galaxy 9 trade-in value and increase your return significantly.
In addition to offering you the best Samsung Galaxy 9 trade-in price, our buyers also provide convenience. You get free shipping and free personal data removal when selling your phone with us. If the buyer finds any problems with your device, they will also return it to you for free. Because of these benefits, our price table is the best place to find a buyer for your phone.
How to sell your broken Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for cash
Select 'Faulty' or 'Cracked' at the top of the page
Cracked: Selling Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with a broken screen
BankMyCell is also the best place to find a buyer for a phone that has a shattered screen. Filter our price table with the ‘Cracked’ option. We will list all the buyers who are willing to pay for your phone. If you sell a broken Samsung Galaxy 9, be honest about its condition, or the buyer may revise the quote.
- Cracked screen or fully broken screen
- Cosmetic damage e.g. excessive scratches, or chips
Faulty: Selling a faulty or water damaged Samsung Galaxy Note 9
Sell your old Samsung Galaxy 9 online, even if it no longer works. Our buyers are willing to pay for phones that don’t switch on, have water damage, power issues, and defective software. You can also get a good deal for your phone if it has a broken touchscreen, speaker, ports, or buttons.
- Does not power on or has software issues
- Functional issues with broken buttons, touch screens and ports
The most notable (no pun intended) aspects about the Galaxy Note 9 that you're selling was the size difference from the other models in the range. It had a bigger screen, bigger battery and bigger storage options, making the Note 9 a substantial upgrade from the previous versions. Samsung lovers also benefited from the stereo speakers being added for the first time in a Note as well as an already stellar camera getting a performance bump. All in all, the Note9 was up there with the elite, it gets our stamp but the price tag was as ferocious as the device itself.
- 6.4 display was breathtakingly good
- Top performing camera of its time
- Up to 1TB of storage
- Big battery, big lifespan
- The S Pen is a fun gimmick
- Costed as much as a tropical holiday
- No HDR on the video camera
- Updates all the time