Get a free Samsung Galaxy S6 with the purchase of a Samsung 4K SUHD TV

Get a free Samsung Galaxy S6 with the purchase of a Samsung 4K SUHD TV
If you're in need of both a 4K SUHD TV as well as a premium smartphone, Samsung's recent promotion might be of particular interest to you. The company is now offering a free Samsung Galaxy S6 when you purchase of one of its 4K SUHD TVs in the US, although the prices at which Samsung is selling its high-end TVs mean that you'll have to dig deep into your pockets to take advantage of this offer.

The offer is valid for five Samsung 4K SUHD TVs, the JS8500, JS8600, JS9000, JS9100, or the JS9500, which carry prices ranging from $1,497.99 to a whopping $8,997.99, depending on the model. To get the your free 32GB Samsung Galaxy S6, scan the receipt and submit it on Samsung's website along with the serial number of your recently-purchased TV. 

Alternatively, you can opt to receive a discount for the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, one that will bring the price of the handset to $400. There's more value in getting the 32GB Samsung Galaxy S6 for free, as the standard S6 is currently priced at about $560 unlocked, while the discount on the Galaxy S6 edge is of about $400.

This promotion is valid until September 1st at midnight, meaning that you have about a month and a half to contemplate on how to proceed. Given the bitter price of the Samsung 4K TVs that can get you a free Galaxy S6, this might not be a promotion that most of you can take advantage of, but just in case you're in the market for a high-end 4K SUHD TV, it certainly wouldn't hurt to get a free Samsung Galaxy S6 while at it.

Oh, and if you're having trouble finding the TVs included in the promotion, head over to Amazon, as the retailer has all five models currently on stock.


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