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Get an open-box 128GB Galaxy Tab S5e for just $300 ($130 off) on eBay (Update)

The Galaxy Tab S5e is Samsung's current mid-tier tablet, sitting above budget models like the Tab A, but below the incredibly-expensive Tab S6. Now you can get an open-box 128GB model for just $329.99 from eBay, a savings of $100 compared to buying it new from Amazon.

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Save big on a Samsung Galaxy Note9, starting at just $550 on eBay

Sure, the Note10 and Note10+ are undoubtedly at the top of many wishlists this holiday season, but the Note9 is still a fantastic device in its own right. Last year's Samsung flagship is especially enticing when you can snatch one up for almost half off its original price. For a limited time, grab a brand new Galaxy Note9 128GB for $549.99 ($450 off) or a Galaxy Note9 512GB for $649.99 ($600 off) on eBay.

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The unlocked Pixel 4 is down to $599 on eBay ($200 off)

Despite the many things the new Pixel 4 phones do well, one of their more criticized qualities has to be the price tag. Early adopters have grown used to shelling out hundreds of dollars on launch day just to be scorned by steep discounts one month later. If you were't able to grab a Pixel 4 on Black Friday, you're in luck, because you can pick one up on eBay for only $599 ($200 off) right now.

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256GB Galaxy Note10+ at its best price of $700 ($400 off) right now

You don't need to pay $1,000 to get a terrific phone. In fact, you don't even need to pay $1,000 to get one of the best Android phones on the market right now. Case in point: Microsoft is selling a whole bunch of Galaxy Note10+ on eBay for $700.

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Get a refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for $380 ($345 off) on eBay

Even after a year since its release, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is a powerful top-tier phone. It has a ton of features, but the $1,000 launch price was tough to swallow. If you're still in the market for a pen-toting, all-around great performer of a smartphone, then consider this refurbished Galaxy Note 9 deal on eBay that has the phone at a very low price of $380 ($345 below MSRP).

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Open-Box Samsung Galaxy Watch with LTE is $167 on eBay ($213 off)

Samsung's Galaxy Watch from last year is one of the best smartwatches on the market for Android users. Available in two sizes (42 mm and 46 mm) with different connectivity options (WiFi/BT-only and LTE), the Galaxy Watch still sells for $250 and upwards at most retailers. If its high price was a barrier that stopped you from getting one before, the 42 mm Galaxy Watch with LTE is on sale at eBay in open-box form for just $167 ($213 off MSRP).

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Refurbished Jabra Elite Active 65t wireless earbuds at their best price of $80 ($110 off) right now

If you've been meaning into improving your personal listening situation, you might have sought out a few pairs of wireless earbuds for your purchasing consideration. Jabra has a pretty good run with its Elite Active 65t and you can now get manufacturer-refurbished buds at a huge discount.

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Dual-SIM Galaxy Note10+ drops to $874, its lowest price to date

International versions of Samsung devices often pop up on eBay with significantly lower prices than the retail editions. The Galaxy Note10+ was no exception, as it was selling for $900 on the site last month. It dropped a little more, as the handset is now available for $874.

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The dual-SIM Note10 and Note10+ are as low as $776 and $900, respectively

The Galaxy Note10 has been available for just two weeks, and despite the pre-order offers being gone, the device is available at a discount on eBay, with both the 256GB Note10 and Note10+ selling for $776 and $900, respectively on eBay.

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Grab a 256GB Galaxy Note10+ for $920 ($180 off)

We didn't think you'd be getting the best deals on a Galaxy Note10 or Note10+ from Microsoft in the first place, so to report that Samsung's newest mainstream, stylus-equipped phablets are on sale in the United States from Microsoft on eBay doubly confounds us. And yet, because we don't look at gift horses in their mouths, here we are.

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