Samsung launches Black Friday: 2-for-1 promotion with phones, tablets and more

Samsung Galaxy S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra. (Image source: GIGA)

Samsung is participating in Black Friday with many offers this year. This includes a 2-for-1 offer, there are top smartphones at a greatly reduced price, accessories are free when you buy devices, and low-cost tariff offers. Below are the best deals.

Black Friday at Samsung with great offers

Samsung has just started Black Friday. There are many great offers (check out Samsung). We have summarized the top deals for you below.

Go to Samsung’s Black Friday campaign

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra for 799 euros

Samsung’s top deal is the Galaxy S21 Ultra with 256 GB of internal storage for a mere 799 euros (look at Samsung). The smartphone normally costs 1,049 euros at other retailers. When it hit the market, Samsung wanted 1,299 euros. A real hammer price.

Samsung sells the Galaxy S21 Ultra for just 799 euros instead of 1,299 euros. (Screenshot: GIGA)

As an inexpensive alternative, Samsung sells the Galaxy A12, a 64 GB entry-level smartphone for only 169 euros. But you get the wireless Galaxy Buds Live headphones for free. Together you would normally have to pay 258 euros. As part of Black Friday it is together only 169 euros (look at Samsung).

Samsung Galaxy A12 with wireless headphones

Buy Samsung Galaxy A12 and get Galaxy Buds Live for free. (Screenshot: GIGA)

The deal with the Galaxy Tab S7 FE is also interesting. You buy the Samsung tablet in the WiFi or 5G version for from 479 euros and get the keyboard cover for free (look at Samsung).

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE with free keyboard cover

Buy the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE and get keyboard covers for free. (Screenshot: GIGA)

If you want a Samsung Smartwatch, you can get the latest generation of the Galaxy Watch 3 for only 159 euros from Samsung (look at Samsung). The 45 mm model is available from Saturn for 166 euros (see Saturn).

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 for 159 euros

Samsung has the Galaxy Watch 3 on sale for only 159 euros. (Screenshot: GIGA)

Otherwise, the following actions are still running directly at Samsung:

Samsung deals with other retailers

  • Samsung Galaxy S20 FE for 399 euros
    (look at MediaMarkt)
    Small smartphone insider tip, as this is the better version with Qualcomm processor, which has a significantly higher performance than the Exynos version.
  • Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 45 mm for 166 euros
    (look at Otto) (look at MediaMarkt) (look at Saturn)
    Beautiful last generation Tizen smartwatch that sells at a really cheap price. Samsung has now switched to Wear OS as the operating system for smartwatches, so there will only be updates for a limited time.
  • Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 44 mm für 119,99 Euro
    (look at Amazon)
    Also a very nice watch that I own myself. Also works with Tizen and will therefore not receive any more updates in a while. Nevertheless, you can currently track sporting activities, measure blood pressure and even create an EKG at a low price.
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite for 99 euros
    (look at MediaMarkt) (look at Saturn)
    If you are looking for a relatively small and inexpensive Android tablet, you’ve come to the right place. An 8.4-inch model with a long runtime and a stylish design is available for just 99 euros.
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 (Plus) for from 479 euros
    (look at Samsung)
    The current high-end tablets from Samsung are sold directly from the manufacturer at very attractive prices. The normal Galaxy Tab S7 costs 479 euros, the plus model with a larger AMOLED display only costs 679 euros. It couldn’t be cheaper.
  • Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus for 59 euros
    (look at MediaMarkt) (look at Saturn)
    Solid in-ear headphones with a long runtime and good sound. A really good offer for 59 euros.

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