We’re starting today’s deals with the Samsung Galaxy S21 which is currently receiving some interesting discounts. The entry-level variant with 128GB of storage has been available for some time now for $ 700 after a $ 100 discount. However, the deal gets even better when you get twice the storage for the same price. Yes, thanks to the latest $ 150 discount, you can also get the 256GB variant of the Samsung Galaxy S21 for $ 700.
If you head over to Samsung.com now, you’ll also find the 256GB Samsung Galaxy S21 variant, which sells for the same price as its 128GB counterpart. These prices are for each individual model to make things better. This means you can buy the Vanilla 256GB Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 +, and Galaxy S21 Ultra options for just $ 100, $ 300, and $ 500, respectively. Remember, the $ 700 discounts can only be achieved when trading on an eligible device.
When we go back to Amazon.com, we get a $ 150 discount off the 41mm and 45mm variants for the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3. First, the 41mm GPS variants start at $ 250 in silver or gold. The 45mm version in silver and black is $ 280. If you want the Titan variant, you’ll have to pay $ 450. For those looking for LTE support in their new Galaxy Watch3, there’s the smaller 41mm version for $ 300 or the 45mm model for $ 330.
Other deals include Targo Backpacks, which is where you’ll find the Cypress Hero Backpack, currently on sale for $ 60.19 after a discount of $ 29.80. This backpack is designed for the business traveler or those who need to take a 15.6 inch laptop to school while still having enough space to put more stuff inside. The Targus Cypress Convertible Backpack is a bit more expensive and costs $ 69 with a $ 21 savings. However, it can easily be turned from a backpack to a briefcase depending on where you keep it. Finally, the modern Targus CityLite Pro safety backpack is the cheapest option as you can get one for just $ 38 with a $ 52 savings.
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