Summer is approaching and Samsung US wants to celebrate with another week-long sales event. This round of Discover Samsung starts today and will last until May 21 with bundles, weekly deals and 4-hour long flash deals too. The deals cover just about everything that Samsung makes, but here we will focus on the phones.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra can be had for as little as $450 – this is with $50 Samsung Credit on top of up to $750 enhanced trade-in credit. The trade-in credit is part of a week-long deal, but the $50 Samsung Credit is a daily deal so it is available today only.
Alternatively, you can pick up a Certified Re-Newed Galaxy S22 Ultra at a promotional starting price of $670 – this is $250 off the usual CRN price ($1,020).
The Galaxy Z Fold4 will be replaced by its successor in a few of months, but now it’s cheaper than usual. Samsung will upgrade the storage for free (so you’ll get the 512GB model for the price of the 256GB one) and you can get up to $800 in enhanced trade-in credit. Also, you can bundle this with a Galaxy Watch5 for another $100.
If flagships and foldables are out of your budget, the new Galaxy A54 mid-ranger is $250 off, so it starts at just $200. That’s a great deal for a phone that will receive 4 major OS updates and 5 years of security patches.
There are a few bundles too, e.g. buying a Galaxy Watch5 Pro plus the Galaxy Buds2 Pro together you will save $125. If you prefer the Galaxy Watch5 instead, you will receive an extra charger with it for free (normally worth $30).
Check out the official Discover Samsung page for more
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It's not 450$ if I give my 1000$ phone, right???
Try to coherently read the statement, it says there "Trade-In" Program. And by the way, the trade-in value doesn't equate to $750 instantly. Samsung's CSR will appraise the unit that you'll trade in and assess its value.
So you are telling me that you can get a 1500$/€ phone for 450$? A few months after launch? Why the high price in the first place?why lie and deceive? So the normal price for the phone should be 450$ (and they still make a profit with that)....