Hot Deal: Daily Steals offering major discounts on premium Samsung Galaxy smartphones


Daily Steals is currently holding a killer deal on the Samsung Gear VR and compatible smartphones such as the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, the Galaxy Note 5, and the Samsung Galaxy S series. 

With all of the VR madness surrounding the tech sector, many of you might be craving to get in on the fun. If the HTC Vive or the Oculus Rift are out of your reach, the best VR experience that doesn't break the bank is offered by Samsung's own Gear VR, a headset that requires a Samsung Galaxy smartphone to run.

In this context, this Daily Steals promotion is actually pretty interesting. First off, the Samsung Galaxy VR is priced at $79.99, down from the headset's usual price of $99.99. That's already a nice deal on its own, but the discounts on compatible Samsung Galaxy phones are actually the main story here.

Starting off with the cheapest phone in the offer, the Samsung Galaxy S6 can be had for just $399.99 in its unlocked flavour. If you're on Verizon, then you can get an unlocked, Verizon-compatible Galaxy S6 for just $299.99.

The unlocked (AT&T-branded) Samsung Galaxy S6 edge is priced at $429.99 while a Verizon-compatible version of the Galaxy S6 edge will only set you back $349.99. You can also get a Verizon S6 edge+, the 5.5-inch version of the regular S6 edge, for just $379.99.

Looking for a premium phablet? Well, Daily Steals is currently offering the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 at discounted prices. The unlocked GSM version of the handset is priced at $499.99 while the Verizon version of the same phone is priced at $329.99.

Daily Steals is also offering discounts on this year's Samsung Galaxy S7 series. The unlocked GSM version of the standard S7 is priced at $539.99. The promotion also includes a notable discount on the international dual-SIM GSM variant (unlocked) of the Galaxy S7 edge, a phone that's priced at $639.99.

What do you guys make of this promotion?

source: Daily Steals

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