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Samsung UK reveals Black Friday deals and massive BTS Edition discount


Last updated: November 16th, 2020 at 15:06 UTC+02:00

Samsung UK is gearing up for Black Friday and so are many British customers who will be hunting for bargains. Samsung will be kicking off its Black Friday event on November 18 and customers have two weeks at their disposal to take advantage of great deals on wearables, smartphones, tablets, and even notebooks.

Samsung UK has revealed a handful of upcoming Black Friday deals including a £50 discount on the Galaxy A51 and a £100 discount on the Galaxy S20 5G and Galaxy S20 FE. For tablet customers the company is dropping £30, £50, and £60 off the Galaxy Tab A 8.0, Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, and Galaxy Tab S5e, respectively.

Notebook customers can buy the Galaxy Book S for £150 off or they can take advantage of a £200 discount on the 13-inch Galaxy Book Flex and 15-inch Galaxy Book Ion.

Pairing one of the aforementioned devices with a wireless earbuds solution is now easier thanks to £20 / £30 discounts on the Galaxy Buds Live / Galaxy Buds+. Meanwhile, smartwatch enthusiasts will be able to buy the Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Watch 3 for discounts of up to £100.

Your best opportunity to buy the Galaxy S20+ BTS Edition

The highest price reduction prepared by Samsung UK for Black Friday concerns one of the company’s more unique smartphone models, namely the Galaxy S20+ BTS Edition. As some of you know, the device was released in the UK last summer and it retains a full retail price of £1,049.

However, BTS fans in the UK will have the opportunity to buy the Galaxy S20+ BTS Edition for £629 after a massive £420 discount beginning November 18.

If none of the deals above interest you then keep in mind that Samsung will be changing its Black Friday deals throughout the event’s duration. You can keep up to date with the latest discounts by visiting Samsung UK’s Black Friday landing page.

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