Believe us when we tell you that we are well prepared for Black Friday 2019. Then the deal-hungry Trustedreviews editors get their money's worth and look for the lowest prices for the hottest technologies in the world. And on the 29th of November we can start.
But apparently, Samsung did not receive the memo … it's just been announced that it will send you a free pair of Samsung Galaxy Buds for the next two weeks when you buy one of the products Samsung S10. Note 10 or A90 5G either on contract or without a SIM card at selected dealers.
This is a pretty mean giveaway. As we noted in our Samsung Galaxy Buds test, they deliver a big, powerful sound and sit comfortably in the ear. Oh, and they usually cost 139 pounds!
This offer is available virtually anywhere you can imagine buying one of the eligible cell phones – we've put together a list below – and of course directly with Samsung. So, if you thought you had to wait until Black Friday to make a smart phone bargain, think again!
Samsung Galaxy S10
Samsung's 10th Anniversary phone certainly does not disappoint. From three-lens rear-view cameras to the shimmering 6.1-inch Infinity-O display, it's a smartphone that shouts "Premium" on every line of the technical data sheet. And six months after the shelf life, the price starts to drop!
See the best Samsung Galaxy S10 offers today
Samsung Galaxy A90 5G
The A90 is Samsung's attempt to offer 5G features at a cheaper price. The handset costs less than £ 700 without a SIM card and fares below £ 40 a month. It's a bit bulkier than the S-Series, but still displays the eye-catching display and generous battery life we associate with Samsung's best flagship phones.
Where to get this free Buds mobile offer:
With more than 50 participating retailers giving away the free wireless headsets, we will not list them all here (you'll find all Caboodle on the Samsung website). But here is a selected list of some of our main players:
– Compare the entire range with the best deals for Samsung phones
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