Sam’s Club Gives You Freebies Worth $329 if You Pre-Order the Galaxy S10, or Galaxy S10 Plus
After months of rumors and leaks, the Samsung Galaxy S10 series has finally been released and while the phones sure look impressive, they come with matching hefty price tags. Pre-orders are now open and the phones will officially be released on March 8.
The price of the Galaxy S10e starts at $749.99, the base variant of the Galaxy S10 will set you back $899.99, while the entry-level model of the Galaxy S10 Plus is priced at $999.99. Needless to say, bumping up the storage level would increase the price further. Luckily for the customers, there are quite a few ways to not only enjoy some savings but also get a freebie when buying Samsung’s newest phones, and Sam’s Club has just the offer for you.
Sam’s Club’s ‘No Strings Attached’ Deals Can Help You Save up to $329.99 With Galaxy S10 Pre-Orders
Trading in an eligible device can help you save up to $550 when buying a new Galaxy S10 phone. Moreover, Samsung is also giving away free Galaxy Buds with Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 pre-orders. These would cost $129.99 otherwise and can be wirelessly charged through the Galaxy S10 series devices.
However, if you do not want to trade-in an old phone, Sam’s Club might have a deal for you. With the pre-orders of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus, a Sam’s Club’s member would be able to save up to whopping $329.99. This would include a gift card that’s worth $200 and the previously mentioned Galaxy Buds that would have to be redeemed from Samsung by April 4. With every Galaxy S10e pre-order, you can get your hands on a $100 gift card. Pre-orders start at SamClub at 12:01 a.m. ET and will end on Sunday, March 3.
It is worth mentioning that to avail Sam’s Club deals, you will have to enter an installment deal with Sprint, AT&T, or Verizon, or register for a U.S. Cellular two-year agreement. The savings could neither be used to finance the new purchase nor for paying Sam's Club membership fee.
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