Samsung and its major US retail partners are certainly in a buoyant mood lately, repeatedly throwing in popular “accessories” like the Galaxy Buds 2 and Galaxy Watch 4 as excellent deal sweeteners alongside some of the world’s best. best phones at their own heavily discounted prices.
Hot on the heels of the latest great Galaxy S22 series promotions, a completely unprecedented but also unsurprising Galaxy Tab S8+ offer comes today from Amazon to put a big smile on the faces of high-end Android tablet lovers who don’t make money.
No, the S Pen-wielding 12.4-inch behemoth still isn’t what would conventionally be considered an affordable iPad Pro alternative, but at least it’s cheaper than ever before… Galaxy Watch 4 at no extra cost.
Normally priced at $899.99 and $979.99 with 128 and 256 gigabytes of internal storage, the Wi-Fi-only Galaxy Tab S8 Plus is marked by a sizable $70 and $100 in multiple color options, respectively.
What’s more, Amazon curiously claims that you can also get a Galaxy Watch 4 for $50 after its own discount of $230, when in fact the non-mobile 44mm variant in black shows up as free in your cart when you click the right button. at the end of the “extra savings” section of the product list of the e-commerce giant Tab S8+.
We know it sounds a little complicated, but it’s actually pretty easy to essentially save up to a whopping $330 on one of the best tablets you can buy right now and one of the general best smartwatches out there (at least in terms of value for money, even at a regular price).
Please note that the The Galaxy Tab S8+ comes standard with the aforementioned S Pen, which sets it apart from Apple’s (arguably more powerful) iPad Pros released in 2021.
And if the Tab S8+ feels too expensive or too big for your needs, you can always go for the “regular” 11-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab S8, available at up to a $100 discount for a few weeks while you also get a free 44mm GPS-only Galaxy Watch 4 today until June 19. Too bad the Tab S8 Ultra is not included in this promotion as it is still out of stock on Amazon presumably due to ongoing production yield issues.