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Fresh deal drops Galaxy Buds+ / BTS Edition price to its lowest yet


Last updated: December 6th, 2020 at 17:10 UTC+02:00

Samsung is offering a great deal on the Galaxy Buds+ and prospective buyers can now acquire the earbuds for their lowest price yet. They normally cost $149 and Samsung did drop the price down to $109 on Black Friday, but the company is now offering the Galaxy Buds+ for an even lower price of $99. Combine this new deal with Samsung’s trade-in offer and you can virtually buy the Galaxy Buds+ for as low as $79.

The offer is available at Samsung USA’s e-shop as well as partner retailers Amazon, Best Buy, and B&H. The offer applies to the Galaxy Buds+ in black, blue, red, and white, though Samsung and Best Buy are also offering the earbuds in the more exclusive Aura Blue color option.

Samsung drops up to $90 off Galaxy Buds+ BTS Edition

While the standard Galaxy Buds+ are now available for $50 off, Samsung is dropping the price of the Galaxy Buds+ BTS Edition from $199 down to $129. Furthermore, customers who are willing to trade in another pair of earbuds can get an additional $20 discount, bringing the product’s final price all the way down to $109. In other words, the Galaxy Buds+ BTS Edition now cost just $10 more than the standard variant.

Then again, what you will be paying extra for is a rarer paint finish featuring the BTS ARMY logos in purple. Spec-wise the Galaxy Buds+ BTS Edition are identical to the standard model, so you’ll be getting features like Ambient Sound and around 11 hours of music playback on a single battery charge. You can refer to the links below for more details.

Galaxy Buds+ review

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