Samsung Offers Free 265 GB When You Buy Galaxy S7 Or S7 Edge This Valentine's
Samsung tries to move many units of the Galaxy S7 as much as possible ahead of the launch of the Galaxy S8. As Samsung's highly-anticipated flagship loom larger and larger on the horizon. That's the reason we're seeing the company offer some great promotions and deals to lure people to purchase last year's flagship. The latest promotion promises a Samsung 256GB EVO+ microSD card, a $249.99 value and for those who will purchase the Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge or Galaxy S7 Active between now and February 14.
Here's How To Avail Samsung's Sweet Deal For Valentines
The aforementioned smartphones can either be purchased outright at full retail or on a device installment plan, lease or 2-year contract plan through the company's carrier and retail partners. Customers who purchase the handset via Samsung.com or the Shop Samsung app will automatically see the microSD card being added to their cart at checkout. Furthermore, customers must be able to submit a claim until the 21st of February.
The Promo Deals End On February 14
The offer is also available for the Galaxy S7 Active until February 14, right in time for Valentine's Day. Customers can purchase the Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge directly from Samsung.com or use the Shop Samsung app.
Samsung's Sweet Treat For Valentines Are Limited Offer Only
Currently, Samsung is selling the Galaxy S7 for $669.99 unlocked for the Black Onyx variant. Well, if you are looking for the Gold Platinum model, Sadly, it's no longer available unlocked and prices at carriers vary. While the Galaxy S7 Silver Titanium price is $769.99 on Samsung's website. Moreover, customers who also wish to get the free 256GB microSD card should hurry because as Samsung mentioned, a limited number of 75,000 microSD cards would be given out.
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