Samsung sale event includes discounts on Galaxy S22 series, Z Fold 3


Samsung runs promotional events all the time, in addition to the usual sales on individual products. The Galaxy S22 series just dropped to its lowest prices yet on Amazon, including new lows on the Galaxy S22 Plus and Galaxy S22 Ultra, but now Samsung has a new wave of sales on more devices. The deals are labeled as Mother’s Day sales, but before you freak out that you forgot the day is approaching, Mother’s Day in the US is May 8 — the last day these deals will be available.

First, Samsung’s online store is offering a free memory upgrade on the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus, and Galaxy S22 Ultra. That means the 256GB model is the typical price for the 128GB configuration, the 512GB is the usual price for the 256GB model, and so on. The base 128GB sizes on all three Galaxy S22 phones are unchanged, so if you don’t need the extra storage, the Amazon deal mentioned above is the best option.

    Samsung is currently offering a free storage upgrade on the Galaxy S22 Ultra.

    The same storage upgrade offer is also available for the Galaxy S22 Plus and the standard S22.

    The Galaxy Z Fold 3 is $300 off MSRP, with a free Watch 4 and $100 Google Play credit.

    The Galaxy Z Flip 3 is $100 off, and Samsung is giving away free Galaxy Buds Live and $50 in Google Play credit.

    The Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic are $50 off (again).

The Galaxy Z Fold 3 is on sale for $300 off, starting at $1,499.99 for the 256GB model. That price has been around for a while, but Samsung is now also offering a free Galaxy Watch 4 and $100 off. Google Play credit. Samsung is also offering the Galaxy Z Flip 3 for $100 off (again, the same price for a while), with a free pair of Galaxy Buds Live, $50 Google Play Store credit. Finally, the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 are $50 less than regular prices.

Samsung also said XDA Developers that it has increased the maximum trade-in credit for the Galaxy S22, Z Fold 3, and Z Flip 3 series. However, trade-in values ​​are constantly changing and also depend on whether you have the specific phone or tablets to trade in. what Samsung wants most.


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