Samsung Samsung Galaxy Week: Galaxy S20 FE 5G Smartphone $700, Galaxy Book Go 14" Windows Laptop $350, Galaxy Buds2 $170 + More Samsung's Galaxy Week Event is Back!

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Start your fall with new gadgets from Samsung, where Galaxy Week is back with limited-time deals and bonuses with select Galaxy smartphones, laptops and accessories.

We've listed a handful of Galaxy Week offers to give you an idea of what's available.

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Computers and Tablets

Peripherals and Accessories

Samsung's Galaxy Week Event is effective online until September 27 and Samsung offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.


Posted September 13: Up to $120.00 Off Select Monitors Until September 16

Upgrade your gaming or home office setup with new deals from Samsung, where you'll save up to $120.00 on select Samsung monitors, including a couple of 34" QHD ultrawide models.

There are eight monitors currently on sale and we've listed each one below.

These monitor deals are effective online until September 16 and Samsung offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.


Posted September 2: Get a Bonus $100.00 Google Play Credit with the Galaxy Tab S7 FE Until September 30

Play more games and watch more movies with a new tablet from Samsung, where you'll get a bonus $100.00 Google Play credit when you order the new Galaxy Tab S7 FE.

All storage and colour options are eligible for the $100.00 Google Play bonus – simply purchase any Galaxy Tab S7 FE configuration before September 30 to qualify. Once you receive the tablet, open the Samsung Members app on the device and tap Benefits to claim the $100.00 Google Play credit.

Scheduled for release on September 8, the Galaxy Tab S7 FE (Fan Edition) is a trimmed-down version Samsung's flagship Galaxy Tab S7/S7+ tablets, incorporating several fan-favourite features at a more affordable price. A few notable features include:

  • 12.4" screen with a 2560 x 1600 resolution offers a spectacular viewing experience
  • 64GB or 128GB of internal storage, with a built-in MicroSD card reader to add an additional 1TB of capacity
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0 for reliable and efficient wireless connectivity
  • USB-C port for a versatile and fast wired connectivity
  • 8MP rear camera with 5MP front camera for capturing great moments and selfies
  • 10090mAh capacity battery with up to 15 hours of battery life on a single charge
  • Android 11 operating system with support for the Google Play Store and the Samsung Galaxy Store
  • Includes the S Pen so you can easily write notes or draw with a pen and paper feel

This bonus offer is effective online until September 30, with a maximum of 4000 Google Play credits available. Samsung offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.


Posted August 27: Get a Bonus Wireless Charger with Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Until October 4

Treat your ears to better audio from Samsung, where they've just launched their new Galaxy Buds2 and you'll get a Wireless Charger Single for free when you order any colour – a value of $54.99.

Originally released on August 27, Galaxy Buds2 are Samsung's newest truly wireless earbuds and the successor to the popular Galaxy Buds+, featuring a more streamlined design, active noise cancellation and up to 20 hours of battery life with the included charging case. Some other features include:

  • Two-way dynamic speakers and an enhanced woofer design so nothing comes between you and your favourite tunes
  • Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) blocks the unwanted background sounds so you can focus on your music without distraction
  • Voice detection automatically switches from ANC to your call so you can answer hands-free
  • Ambient Sound mode picks up the sounds you want to hear so you always have the perfect sound level for every moment
  • Slim, lightweight, and comfortable fit so it feels like you're wearing nothing at all
  • Touch controls let you play songs, skip tracks, answer calls and more with the tap of a finger
  • Up to 5 hours of music or 4.5 hours of talk time on a single charge (with ANC enabled)
  • Five-minute quick charge gives you one hour of power for a quick workout or last-minute call

This bonus offer is effective online until October 4 and Samsung offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.


Posted August 17: Get Galaxy Buds Pro for FREE with Galaxy Tab S7 Tablets and Galaxy Book Pro Laptops

Gear up for classroom or virtual learning with new Back to School deals from Samsung, where you'll get Galaxy Buds Pro for free when you purchase any Galaxy Tab S7 tablet or Galaxy Book Pro laptop – a value of $264.99!

All Galaxy Book Pro, Galaxy Book Pro 360, Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy S7+ devices are eligible – simply add any configuration to your cart and you can add a set of Galaxy Buds Pro to your order for free.

While most eligible devices are already on sale, the best bang-for-your-buck comes with the Galaxy Tab S7+, which was originally released in August 2020 and considered one of the best Android tablets on the market. The tablet is currently discounted by up to $400.00, giving you a maximum savings of $664.99 when combined with the free Galaxy Buds Pro.

This Back to School offer is effective online until September 2 and Samsung offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.


Posted August 11: Get the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ Wi-Fi with 128GB for $839.99 (regularly $1189.99)

Watch movies, meetings and cat videos with a new tablet from Samsung, where you can get the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ Wi-Fi with 128GB of storage for $839.99 (regularly $1189.99) with free shipping -- a savings of $350.00!

Originally released in August 2020, the Galaxy Tab S7+ is Samsung's highest-end tablet and this is the first time any configuration has been priced below $1000.00 since its launch.

The Galaxy Tab S7+ features a 12.4" Super AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, Snapdragon 865 octa-core processor, 6GB of RAM and runs Android 11. The tablet is regarded as one of the best Android tablets on the market and has received positive reviews for its excellent performance and display, with most criticism aimed at Google's lack of high-quality tablet apps in the Play Store and not the tablet itself.

This offer is effective online for a limited time and Samsung offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.


Posted August 5: Up to $620.00 Off Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 5G + Z Flip 5G Foldable Smartphones

Bend your way over to Samsung to pick up a new smartphone, because they've dropped the prices on the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 5G and Z Flip 5G ahead of their Galaxy Unpacked Event!

This is the steepest discount for both devices since their launch in mid-2020, as it's a near-certainty that the next-generation versions will be unveiled during Galaxy Unpacked on August 11. All colour options are on sale and we've listed both foldable devices below.

Originally released in September 2020, the Galaxy Z Fold2 5G features a 7.6" main display and a 6.2" secondary display. The Galaxy Z Fold2 can be folded horizontally and also comes with a triple 12MP camera setup, Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, 12GB of RAM and 5G network connectivity.

The Galaxy Z Flip 5G was released in July 2020 and sports a 6.7" main display and 1.1" secondary display. The device folds vertically and features a dual 12MP camera setup, Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, 8GB of RAM and 5G network connectivity.

This offer is effective online until August 10 and Samsung offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.


Posted July 29: Up to $65.00 Off Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro Wireless Headphones

Enjoy your favourite music with new headphones from Samsung, where you'll save up to $65.00 on their latest-generation Galaxy Buds Pro wireless headphones!

Originally released on January 15, Galaxy Buds Pro are Samsung's latest truly-wireless earbuds with active noise cancellation to eliminate background noise while you're listening to music. For reference, this is the first time Galaxy Buds Pro have been priced below $200.00 with a straight-up discount, as they were available for the same price when combined with trade-in promotions earlier this year.

This offer is effective online until August 5 and Samsung offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.


Posted July 19: Buy More, Save More: Up to 20% Off Galaxy Buds, Watches or Accessories with Select Devices Until August 10

Find new tech for the summer at Samsung, where their Buy More, Save More Event is on now and you can take up to 20% off Galaxy Buds, Watches or accessories when you purchase any Galaxy smartphone, laptop or tablet.

The Buy More, Save More discount will vary depending on how many accessories you purchase and we've listed the eligible savings below.

  • 10% when you purchase one Galaxy Buds, Galaxy Watch or accessory with any Galaxy smartphone, laptop or tablet
  • 15% when you purchase two Galaxy Buds, Galaxy Watches or accessories with any Galaxy smartphone, laptop or tablet
  • 20% when you purchase three or more Galaxy Buds, Galaxy Watches or accessories with any Galaxy smartphone, laptop or tablet

Simply add any Galaxy smartphone, laptop or tablet to your cart, along with any eligible accessories and the discount will be applied automatically at checkout.

This offer is effective online until August 10 and Samsung offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.

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    • If you ask the question: S20 Fan Edition vs S20
      Where Samsung does make compromises is in its choice of material. The S20 FE, unlike its fancier siblings, has a back made of plastic instead of glass. It has less RAM and storage than its family members, and there are some concessions on its rear camera setup, but you might not even miss them. 8K video recording and 100x Space Zoom are absent, but 30x zoom is available (like what's featured in the S20 and S20 Plus) and so is 3x optical zoom.
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    • S21 256 was around $680 with trade in loophole so any fair deals like this are super cold
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    • soymilkslam wrote: S21 256 was around $680 with trade in loophole so any fair deals like this are super cold
      Can you explain how or show me the relevant post? Thanks.
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    • Money4Red wrote: Can you explain how or show me the relevant post? Thanks.
      Even with that relevant post, his comment is irrelevant. Like others have said before, I don't care about the deal from 20 months ago, i care of a deal available now. And for now, i think that's a good price.
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    • This phone regularly goes on sale for a net cost of almost nothing at places like Costco wireless due to cash card incentives. Typically this comes from changing a carrier or same carrier but different plans. Look out for such deals unless you have an amazing plan. Then again you have to calculate "amazing plan" vs 2 year lockup with average plan but cost of the phone goes down to 100$ or less.
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    • i was looking at this phone for a while, the price is not new on amazon, was $699 about a month ago before, then it jumped back up around $9xx, now it's back down under $700 since earlier this week. agree its a decent price now . thanked = )



      with the ip13 out, does samsung come out too with the s22? the lack of 5G is my only concern on the s20, but again having the extra SD storage is a strong positive.

      old thread..
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    • got my S21 on almost the same price including free tag and buds. Sorry OP but i need to DV this one.
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    • For what it's worth, when I was researching new phones back in July, I opted for this one rather than the s21 since they got rid of the mini SD slot. The s21 maxes out at 500GB storage capacity.
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    • Got this phone for about $900 with taxes and a bonus gift and with trade-in when it launched. I'd say this phone is a decent compromise. Regrettably, Samsung only included Android 10 when it launched and hopefully this now comes with Android 11 preinstalled.

      A very respectable phone with good battery life and performance. I'm not a hardcore mobile gamer, so I haven't noticed any lags or slowdowns with less RAM. However, i do notice some things like notifications get pushed out of memory a bit sooner depending on how many apps you're concurrently running and notifications coming in. Apps will eventually need to refresh themselves as you switch to them. If you're a hardcore gamer or multi-tasker then the 6 GB of RAM may not be suitable for you. Another quality-of-life design is the flat display so you don't get phantom touches trying to hold your phone. The plastic back is good, so you can "plunk" down your phone without worrying about cracking the back glass.

      Prior to my S20 FE, I was on the Pixel 2XL which only had 2 GB of RAM.

      All-in-all, I'd say this is a fair price for a very competent phone with expandable storage. I'm quite irked that Samsung got rid of expandable storage going forward. So this may be the very last midrange/smartphone with expandable storage from Samsung. Not a fan of Samsung phones to begin with and now they're trying to out-Apple Apple by: removing expandable storage; headphone jack; charging brick. If I was looking for the same thing, as Apple, I'd get an iPhone instead of a Samsung phone! 😈 :rolleyes:

      Anyways, this is a hot deal for this phone. Thanks OP!
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    • LesDeals wrote: Got this phone for about $900 with taxes and a bonus gift and with trade-in when it launched. I'd say this phone is a decent compromise. Regrettably, Samsung only included Android 10 when it launched and hopefully this now comes with Android 11 preinstalled.

      A very respectable phone with good battery life and performance. I'm not a hardcore mobile gamer, so I haven't noticed any lags or slowdowns with less RAM. However, i do notice some things like notifications get pushed out of memory a bit sooner depending on how many apps you're concurrently running and notifications coming in. Apps will eventually need to refresh themselves as you switch to them. If you're a hardcore gamer or multi-tasker then the 6 GB of RAM may not be suitable for you. Another quality-of-life design is the flat display so you don't get phantom touches trying to hold your phone. The plastic back is good, so you can "plunk" down your phone without worrying about cracking the back glass.

      Prior to my S20 FE, I was on the Pixel 2XL which only had 2 GB of RAM.

      All-in-all, I'd say this is a fair price for a very competent phone with expandable storage. I'm quite irked that Samsung got rid of expandable storage going forward. So this may be the very last midrange/smartphone with expandable storage from Samsung. Not a fan of Samsung phones to begin with and now they're trying to out-Apple Apple by: removing expandable storage; headphone jack; charging brick. If I was looking for the same thing, as Apple, I'd get an iPhone instead of a Samsung phone! 😈 :rolleyes:

      Anyways, this is a hot deal for this phone. Thanks OP!
      $900 for a S20 Fe? Sorry. You got scamed!
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    • I got this phone 3 weeks ago from costco on 2 year 'edge plan'. aka lease.

      $10.84 month for 2years and $400 costco gift cards. wireless earbuds and car charger.

      Was a no-brainer.

      Also, some credit cards come with max 1k coverage incase damage phone.
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    • IAMTHEKING wrote: I got this phone 3 weeks ago from costco on 2 year 'edge plan'. aka lease.

      $10.84 month for 2years and $400 costco gift cards. wireless earbuds and car charger.

      Was a no-brainer.

      Also, some credit cards come with max 1k coverage incase damage phone.
      Was it on a carrier contact, or unlocked? If contract, how much do you pay for the line per month?
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    • rastansaga wrote: Was it on a carrier contact, or unlocked? If contract, how much do you pay for the line per month?
      Nothing is free, his plan is probably around $100. No wireless will give this phone to you for $240 - $400 = NET loss $160-250 when you include the extras he mentioned. He can claim otherwise, but the reality of it, if it costs about $500 for the wireless carrier to buy this phone from Samsung, they won't give it to you at a loss unless they stick it up your hole in other way to recoup it.
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    • PS. Best Buy has some sellers selling refurbs 10/10s under $560-600 too.
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    • Do NOT get this phone!

      The phone has an awful touchscreen issue that stems from the touch digitizer not being grounded properly. Reminiscent of the Motorola Milestones / Droid back in the day of early Android phones.
      Hence you'll get phantom touches and horrible jittering, especially when using multiple fingers. This cannot be fixed with software updates. I've handled and went through multiple units of the S20 FE and unfortunately all of them were affected. Simply put, it's a design flaw. No amount of updates from Samsung has fixed the problem and no amount of updates will.

      A touch tester app will easily show the issues and to this day, I haven't seen anyone show a problem-free unit.


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      I'd like to add that I loved the idea of this phone: a slightly cut-down S20+ with 99% of the features intact at $650 (back then)? HELL YEAH!
      I honestly wanted it to work out so so bad but unfortunately something as basic as the touchscreen input must be done right. I hope the S21 FE would have this fixed.
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    • ReDiva wrote: Even with that relevant post, his comment is irrelevant. Like others have said before, I don't care about the deal from 20 months ago, i care of a deal available now. And for now, i think that's a good price.
      Someone providing price history is always relevant in a deals forum.

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    • I've been leasing this phone since last December for $0.84 a month. Total cost after tax to own it after 24 months would be $524.
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    • tunglete wrote: $900 for a S20 Fe? Sorry. You got scamed!
      I bought it at launch and that was the launch price with taxes and included a bonus gift. This phone has been out for many months now and nobody in their right mind would pay $900 for this phone if they bought this today.
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    • This phone should be sub-$600
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