Save Money With These Deals

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Christmas must have come early at Samsung, becuase the tech giant has just begun shipping a slew of new gadgets. They include the Galaxy Z Fold4 and Galaxy Z Flip4 smartphones, Galaxy Watch5 and Watch5 Pro smartwatches and Galaxy Buds2 Pro wireless earbuds. In addition, the company has additional money-saving offers available Samsung’s website if you buy new gear now—but time is running out.

Breaking Down Samsung’s Pre-Order Deals

For each of Samsung’s new products, not only are money-saving deals available when you order by September 11, but you save more the more you bundle Galaxy gear together. Plus, Samsung has generous trade-in allowances for older gear.

Galaxy Z Fold4: $150 In Samsung Credit And $900 Of Trade-In Credit

Between now and September 11, if you order the new Samsung Galaxy Fold4 smartphone from Samsung’s website, Samsung throws in $150 in instant Samsung Credit, plus up to $900 in enhanced trade-in credit. And you can get 30% off Samsung’s new Galaxy Watch5 Pro and Galaxy Buds2 Pro if you buy both at the same time as your phone.

Also through Samsung’s site, both AT&T and Verizon are offering deals that include between $800 and $1,000 in bill credits with select trade-ins. Plus, if educators, first responders, government employees and active military may qualify for the Samsung Offer Program, which gives an extra $90 off when you purchase the Galaxy Z Fold4 smartphone.

The Galaxy Fold4 is available in green, black or beige. It has a 6.2-inch cover screen, 7.6-inch main screen and an updated folding design optimized for holding the device with one hand or two, or for using the phone when it’s set down flat on a surface. Inside, the phone has a more efficient processor; a choice of 256GB, 512GB or 1TB storage; and three rear-facing cameras—a 12 megapixel ultra-wide angle, 50 megapixel wide-angle camera and a 10 megapixel telephoto camera. The main screen has a 4 megapixel camera under-display and a 10 megapixel camera built into the cover display. Samsung continues to evolve the Fold’s multitasking abilities, and the included S Pen stylus lets you write and draw on the touchscreen. It has strong IPX8 water resistance, so no worries if you get caught in the rain.

Galaxy Z Flip4: $50 In Samsung Credit And $700 Of Trade-In Credit

The slick new Galaxy Z Flip4 starts at $300 with trade-in. If you place your order by September 11, Samsung gives $50 Instant Samsung Credit, plus up to $700 in enhanced trade-in credit. Add in a Galaxy Watch5 and Galaxy Buds2 Pro bundle, and take 30% off the cost of the watch and earbuds.

If you’re an educator, first responder, government employee or active military, and you qualify for the Samsung Offer Program, you can save an extra $50 when you purchase the Galaxy Z Flip4 smartphone.

The Galaxy Z Flip4 is available in four colors: graphite, blue, pink gold and bora purple. This latest version of the Flip runs on the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage (up to 512GB). It has three cameras—a 12 megapixel wide and 12 megapixel ultra wide rear camera, plus a 10 megapixel front camera—and all are capable of shooting 4K video at up to 60 fps. When unfolded, the main display measures 6.7 inches. The phone uses Corning Gorilla Glass Victus+ and Armor Aluminum for improved durability and has strong IPX8 water resistance, just in case you get caught in the rain.

Save On A New Watch5 Smartwatch


Samsung’s latest smartwatches offer some moderate updates to last year’s Watch4. For the Galaxy Watch5, choose from a 40 or 44 millimeter casing; three colors (silver, gray or gold); and six watchband styles (each in a variety of colors). The Galaxy Watch5 starts at $280 for the 40mm Bluetooth/Wi-Fi version, and $310 for the 44mm Bluetooth/Wi-Fi version. Add another $50 for the 4G LTE version. Enhanced trade-in deals bring the price down to $115 right now. At minimum, you can trade in any watch and get at least $75 off.

Until September 11, you can buy this watch in a bundle with a Galaxy Z Flip4 phone and the Galaxy Buds2 Pro and get an additional 30% off the watch and earbuds.

Galaxy Watch5 Pro: $240 Of Trade-In Credit And More

If you purchase the Galaxy Watch5 Pro together with a Galaxy Z Fold4 and Galaxy Buds2 Pro as a bundle, you’ll receive an additional 30% off the smartwatch and earbuds—but only until September 11. And if you’re a golfer, check out the Galaxy Watch5 Pro Golf Edition (starting at $260).

With a starting price of $450, you can save up to $240 with trade-in credits on the Galaxy Watch5 Pro. The Pro’s 45 millimeter casing comes in either black titanium or gray titanium colors. Six different watchband styles are available (each with several color options).

Listen Up: You Can Save Even More On The Galaxy Buds2 Pro

When you upgrade your smartphone or smartwatch, the ideal companion to these devices are the new Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro wireless earbuds. Buy them now with up to $75 trade-in credit with eligible devices (including any Galaxy Buds, in any condition). Even if all you have is an old wired headset around, Samsung will give you $50 trade-in credit. Or, buy these earbuds with a Z Flip4 phone or Z Fold4 phone and a smartwatch and get 30% off the price of the buds and watch bundle (through September 11).

These new wireless earbuds come in your choice of graphite, white or purple. They are chock full of features, including intelligent active noise cancellation, enhanced spatial audio, Bluetooth 5.3, auto pairing with other Galaxy devices, have IPX7 water resistance and more. The wireless charging case adds up to five hours of listening time per battery charge (with noise cancellation turned on). They’re easy to locate if you misplace them when you use the Smart Things Find feature built into the mobile app. And they work with any Samsung TV.

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