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Final probability to pre-order your Samsung Galaxy S21 with large reductions

Pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S21 are only hours away. This means that for the last time, you can decide whether or not to save up to $ 700 on your new Galaxy S21 device. At the same time, you get up to US $ 200 in store credit, a new Galaxy Smart Tag and four months of YouTube Premium top up for free.

Of course things are not that simple. First, you need to trade in an eligible device to get this huge discount, and after you’ve done that, you can get your hands on a new Samsung Galaxy S21 for just $ 99.99. Take the next step and grab the Galaxy S21 Plus for $ 299.99 or the high-end Galaxy S21 Ultra for just $ 5499.99. These devices give you $ 100, $ 150, and $ 200 in credit, respectively. You can use them to buy accessories for your new device that include cases, the latest Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro, and more.

Other Samsung phones still on sale include the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, which is considered one of the best smartphones of 2020. This foldable phone comes with $ 200 Samsung credit for accessories, six months of Spotify Premium, four months of YouTube Premium free, and you can join the Galaxy Z Premier Club too. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series is available in its vanilla version for just $ 450, while the Glass-Bottom Note 20 Ultra is yours for $ 750, and both come with a built-in S-pen. After all, the Galaxy S20 FE is the final variant of the Galaxy S20 series that is still available from You can get them for just $ 450. Don’t forget, however, that you need to trade in an eligible device to get these discounts. For both the Galaxy S20 FE and the Galaxy Note 20 you get six months of Spotify Premium and four months of YouTube Premium free of charge. They also start with 128 GB of base memory.

Samuel Martinez

A former bilingual teacher who left the classrooms to join the Pocketnow team as news editors and content creators for the Spanish audience. An artist by nature who enjoys video games, guitars, action figures, cooking, painting, drawing, and good music.

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