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Samsung Galaxy S21 + from $ 100, iPad Professionals and extra additionally on supply

We’re starting today’s business with what Samsung has apparently completely lost. We knew from Samsung that it was giving us amazing trade-in deals, but now it really beats itself. The company is offering the Samsung Galaxy S21 + for the same price as the vanilla Galaxy S21, which means you can unlock both for just $ 100! Now the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is still $ 500 with a legitimate trade-in, but that doesn’t stop it from being an absolute bargain.

We also saw Samsung launch its Discover Spring event, which lets you purchase a new Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra for just $ 325, tied to your preferred carrier. The unlocked version with 128 GB of storage space still costs 750 US dollars, while the entry-level Note 20 with the same 128 GB of storage space is available for 350 US dollars with an authorized trade-in.

Other commercially available Samsung devices include the Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Z Fold 2. You can choose the smaller Z Flip with 5G support for $ 650 and if for some reason you think the LTE-only Variant works better for you you can get one for $ 750. Still considered one of the best in 2020, the larger Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 is available for $ 1,450. Now, remember that you will need to trade in a suitable device to get these savings.

If you’re looking for more options for Android phones, you can get a new Google Pixel 4 with 64GB of storage in Just Black for $ 481.99 and $ 217 in savings. If you’d like the clear white color option, it can be purchased for $ 509. If you want the Pixel 4 XL with the same 64GB of storage, you can get one in both color options for $ 580 after a $ 319 discount. And since we’re already talking about Google, we also need to include the real Google Pixel Buds Gen 2 wireless in-ear headphones Gen 2, which come with a $ 20 discount in one of the four different color options. In other words, you can now get yourself a new pair at B&H for $ 159.

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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