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This massive deal offers Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 for just $60



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Samsung launched its new Galaxy Watch 5 smartwatch series at the Unpacked event in August this year. The wearable originally costs $280 but thanks to the current massive Samsung deal, you can now purchase the Galaxy Watch 5 for just $60.

The company has come up with very impressive Trade-in offers for customers to purchase the Galaxy Watch 5. However, note that as always the price offered in this trade-in deal depends on what you wish to trade.

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You will get the most trade-in credits by offering a recent Samsung or Apple smartwatch. Luckily, the lowest credit value that this deal is offering for trade-in promotion is $75, which is pretty decent.

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Samsung Watch 5 deal

So, if you’re looking to upgrade your smartwatch, this Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 trade-in deal is for you. You can purchase the Watch 5 model that you want. The company is offering this deal on different sizes of Galaxy Watch 5, Watch 5 Golf Edition, Watch 5 Pro, and Watch 5 Pro Golf Edition.

You can also select the color option as per your choice, depending on the Watch 5 model. Also, you can decide whether you wish to own just a Wi-Fi model or one that comes with 4G LTE bands.

You can now head over to Samsung’s official website to buy Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 or Watch 5 Pro for just $60 or click on the direct link here.

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Buy Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, get S23 for FREE in Malaysia (Trade In)



Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Free Malaysia

Samsung has extended a great Galaxy S23 series offer in Malaysia, which lets you get an S23 for free on purchasing the S23 Ultra. Well, the standard S23 is not coming entirely free, while, you just need to trade in an eligible Galaxy or non-Galaxy device.

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According to the info, Samsung has expanded the Buy 1 Get 1 Free Deal for the Galaxy S23 Ultra and S23 until 30th April 2023 in Malaysia. Moreover, there are more eligible devices have been added to the list to make the offer access to even more people.

That means you and your loved one can still take advantage of this fantastic offer. You are required to trade in your old eligible device (as long as it is not cracked, malfunctioning, or has a non-working screen) and top up a minimum of RM0 to receive two brand-new Galaxy S23 series devices!

Here’s the offer

  • Step 1: Trade in your old eligible device
  • Step 2: Purchase the Galaxy S23 Ultra (256GB)
  • Step 3: Receive an extra Galaxy S23 (128GB)
  • More info and purchase LINK

Eligible Devices & Top Up Amount

  1. Galaxy S22 Ultra, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max RM0
  2. Galaxy S21 Ultra, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max RM199
  3. Galaxy Note20 Ultra, Galaxy S20 Ultra, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max RM399
  4. Galaxy Note10+, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max RM699

Galaxy S23 Ultra

Stop hesitating and take your smartphone experience to the next level with the Galaxy S23 Ultra. This is the company’s most elevated Ultra flagship ever, a device that offers an unparalleled combination of productivity tools, peak performance, and cutting-edge camera technology

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Get upto 40% off on Samsung smartwatches and earbuds



Samsung Galaxy Watch 5

Samsung is running an amazing deal on smartwatches and earbuds that can get you up to 40% off on the price, an offer you may not want to miss.

According to Samsung, its Galaxy Watch 5 Pro is currently on sale at $359.99, which retails at 449.99 ($90 discount). The Watch 5 retails at $279.99 and the new price is $229.99, while the discount on this smartwatch totals $56.

Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro is priced at $114.99, which has the biggest price cut of $115. While the Buds 2 Pro originally retails at $229.99. Coming to the Buds 2, these earbuds retail at $149.99 and get a price discount of $56.50 with a new price drop of $93.49.

With these offers and discounts, Samsung is proving an amazing opportunity for customers who want to get a new smartwatch or Samsung earbuds.

However, you will have to grab this 40% off deal on Samsung Galaxy smartwatches and earbuds before the stock runs out.

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Samsung Galaxy S23 free memory upgrade deal returns on Amazon



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Samsung Galaxy S23, S23 Plus and S23 Ultra smartphones are now available on Amazon at sizzling discounted prices. In case you’ve missed the opportunity to grab Samsung Galaxy S23 pre-order benefits such as free memory upgrade, Amazon is here with a second chance for you.

After expiring Samsung’s early bird offers and promo, the Galaxy S23 series is selling at its full price. On the official site, the company listed Galaxy S23’s 128GB model for $799, Galaxy S23 Plus’ 512GB model for $1,199, and the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s 512GB model at $1,379.

Meanwhile, you can purchase the Galaxy S23 with 256GB internal storage at $799. If you are wondering to own the Galaxy S23 Plus, then you can grab it through Amazon at $999 for the 512GB storage option. Lastly, the Galaxy S23 Ultra with 512GB storage is available at $1,199 in the US.

That way, Amazon brings back the great free memory upgrade benefits on the Galaxy S23 series that Samsung offered during the phone’s launch days. You are getting a free memory upgrade on the entire Galaxy S23 lineup, which makes it a great deal to go for.

As the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s 1TB storage model is only available on, you don’t have any way to grab the massive storage variant. Do note that Amazon sells carrier-unlocked models, which don’t require owning or registering a network line, just follow the links given below and make an order.

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Note: The deal is currently live (as of March 28, 13:43), while it’s up to Amazon how long it lasts.

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