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Samsung Korea offering discounts on chargers to those who pre-ordered Galaxy S21


Last updated: January 21st, 2021 at 07:48 UTC+02:00

Much has been said about Samsung leaving out the charger and earphones from the Galaxy S21’s box. To those who don’t already have a USB PD charger at their home and want to buy a new one, Samsung Korea is offering a discount on its charger for Galaxy S21 buyers.

Samsung Korea has announced that it will offer a discount coupon of KRW 10,000 (around $9) to those who pre-order the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra. The discount coupon can be used while purchasing the 25W USB Type-C PD charger. The coupons will be valid from January 22 to February 25.

Currently, the charger costs KRW 25,000 (around $22) in South Korea, but the price can be brought down to KRW 15,000 (around $13) by using the coupon. The coupon code will be sent to pre-order customers via a text message, and those who don’t get the message can get it at any Samsung Digital Plaza in Korea. The charger is available in black and white colors. Samsung has also cut the price of the charger in other markets.

The company is offering a Silicon Case with S Pen and Galaxy Buds Pro for free to those who pre-order the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ pre-orders are eligible for a free high-quality silicon case and the Galaxy Buds Live. Pre-orders for all the Galaxy S21 phones will come with a free Galaxy SmartTag object tracker. There is also a 50% discount on the Galaxy Watch Active 2 and the Galaxy Watch 3.

Pre-order customers can also get six months of YouTube Premium, a three-month subscription to Melon music streaming service, a coupon worth KRW 200,000 that can be used on Class 101 online classes platform, and a three-month subscription to Millie’s Library and Welaaa audiobook platform.

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