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Samsung celebrating 10 years of Galaxy with special Galaxy S10 deals


Last updated: June 4th, 2019 at 17:01 UTC+02:00

Samsung’s Galaxy series of Android phones will have its tenth birthday this month (the first Galaxy phone came out in the last week of June, 2009), and as part of its Galaxy Day celebration, the company is offering a year of YouTube Premium membership for free to those who purchase a Galaxy S10 or Galaxy Note 9. The Galaxy Day offers are only for US customers and will run until June 30; those who buy an S10 or Note 9 by June 8 will also receive free Galaxy Buds along with the YouTube Premium subscription.

A month’s subscription of YouTube Premium costs $11.99, which means new Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+, S10 5G and Galaxy Note 9 buyers will save nearly $150. Add the Galaxy Buds on top for those who buy either device by June 8 and you have a pretty fantastic deal. And that’s not all. Samsung has also teamed up with Best Buy for an additional $300 discount on the S10 and S10+ if the device is activated on AT&T’s network by July 13. Samsung may also add more offers in the coming days, but the free YouTube Premium subscription is the only gift that’s applicable to all retailers for now.

If you want the free Galaxy Buds, you might want to place an order for the S10 or Note 9 as soon as possible, as Samsung says the Galaxy Buds deal is only applicable until stocks last. As for the YouTube subscription, you’ll get a voucher code delivered to your email once you’ve registered your new device through the Shop Samsung app.

Check out Samsung’s Galaxy Day page on its US website for more details on the deals and to purchase the Galaxy S10 or Galaxy Note 9.

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