Free Galaxy Buds with Galaxy S10 purchase are back with free YouTube Premium on top

Free Galaxy Buds with Galaxy S10 purchase are back with free YouTube Premium on top
Samsung’s 2019 lineup of Galaxy S flagships made quite an impression at its release. The four S10 devices have gorgeous displays and elegant design which captured people’s attention. To make them even more lucrative, Samsung began selling the phones with a free pair of its wireless earphones, the Galaxy Buds, as a bonus. The earbuds cost $130 when sold separately, which made it quite a good deal. The promotion was temporary, of course, but if you weren’t ready for an upgrade back in February, now you have another chance to get the pricey gift and some more!

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Galaxy series Samsung has come up with its own holiday: Galaxy Day. But don’t worry, the festivities wouldn’t last just one day. Instead, fans of the brand in the States will be able to participate until June 30. And by “participate” we mean buy any Galaxy S10 model (or a Note 9!) and get one year of YouTube Premium membership for free. As for the Galaxy Buds, if you want to get them as well, you’d have to be quicker. That package will only be available until June 8 or sooner, if the dedicated supply of the wireless earphones runs out. 

YouTube Premium usually costs $11.99/month, which means you get about $144 in value on top of the $130 price of the earphones. The Premium membership lets you watch videos on the platform without annoying ads, listen to the rich collection of artists on YouTube Music and enjoy YouTube Originals that are unavailable to regular users. And while that might not be something you’d pay $12 a month for, it’s certainly something you’d make good use of when you get it for free.

These gifts can be combined with other deals running right now that will save you even more cash. How much exactly depends on the retailer you’d choose, Samsung has partnered with: Best Buy, Sprint, US Cellular and others.

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