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Biggest Samsung Galaxy Store promotion gives you 30% off all apps!

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Last updated: April 29th, 2022 at 01:11 UTC+02:00

Samsung normally doesn’t give massive discounts on the apps available through its Galaxy Store, but when it does, it tends to be very generous. To that end, the company has announced its biggest Galaxy Store discount event of the year today.

Galaxy users can take advantage of this promotion and get a flat 30% discount on all app and in-app purchases from across the entire Galaxy Store. This promotion has gone live today and will only be available for a limited time.

Get 30% off in-game purchases too

The Galaxy Store plays host to some great apps and some of the best mobile games, including but not limited to Pokemon Go, Fortnite and Homescapes. A 30% app and in-app purchase discount for these apps and games are certainly going to save people a lot of money.

As you’d expect, there are a few conditions but they’re not overly prohibitive. This promotion includes all games available in the Galaxy Store, for any items over $2. There’s a minimum $2 in-game purchase requirement to receive the 30% coupon rate.

This promotion is live now and valid until May 4, 2022. During this promotion period, users can claim up to 10 coupons. All coupons are good for 24 hours. It’s also providing additional benefits to those who participate in this promotion as highlighted in the infographic below.

Now is the perfect time to fire up the Galaxy Store and buy that game you’ve had your eye on. Do take advantage of this promotion to stock up on your in-game purchases at a 30% discount. It’s hard to top this deal!

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