Samsung launched a couple of new eco-conscious accessories for the Galaxy S21 and the Galaxy Watch 4 series last month to celebrate Earth Day, but the company’s sustainability efforts continue. The same eco-friendly accessories designed by Sean Wotherspoon are now offered in a bundle at a discount for Samsung customers buying the refurbished Galaxy S21, with savings of nearly $225.
Samsung introduced the refurbished “Re-Newed” Galaxy S21 series to the United States last month, allowing customers to save up to $675 on the Galaxy S21 with trade-in while generating less consumer electronics waste.
Today, Samsung is offering another deal for the refurbished Galaxy S21 wherein customers can choose to add the Galaxy Watch 4 (40mm / 44mm) to their S21 orders for only $50 / $80.
Alternatively, US customers can skip this massive discount on the Galaxy Watch 4 and instead proceed towards checkout, where they can choose the Sustainable Fashion Bundle. Yes, the Galaxy Watch deal and the Sustainable Fashion Bundle are mutually exclusive.
Save $225 on the Sustainable Fashion Bundle + refurbished Galaxy S21
The eco-friendly Sustainable Fashion Bundle consists of the 40mm Galaxy Watch 4, an eco-conscious “Zero Rain” or “Zero Orchid” wrist band, and a Galaxy S21 case available in three color options: Zero Orchid, Zero Dawn, and Zero Rain.
When purchased separately, this bundle would normally set you back $349.97, but by pairing it with a refurbished Galaxy S21, customers can save 64% ($225) and buy the eco-conscious bundle for just $125.
As for the refurbished Galaxy S21 series, the base 5G model is available for $675 without trade-in, whereas the Galaxy S21+ 5G and Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G cost $850 and $1,000, respectively. Check the link below for more details.
- Buy the refurbished Galaxy S21 at Samsung USA and save big on the Sustainable Fashion Bundle
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