Samsung celebrates Galaxy Day with sweet deals for potential buyers and Galaxy owners

Samsung celebrates Galaxy Day with sweet deals for potential buyers and Galaxy owners
Samsung celebrates 10 years since the first Galaxy device made it to market by offering those who already own a Galaxy smartphone some freebies, and major discounts to those who don't. Most of these deals are available starting June 4 and are aimed at Samsung users, so if you don't yet own a Galaxy device, you can check out the company's website for some deal on the latest phones.

So, if you own an eligible Galaxy device (Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+, S10 5G and Note 9) you'll receive one year of YouTube Premium for free. You can redeem the offer by June 30 by following the step by step guide on the promotion's page.

Now, if you don't already own a Galaxy device and plan to purchase a Galaxy S10 or Note 9 via Samsung's website by June 8, you'll receive a free pair of wireless Galaxy Buds.

On to top of that, you'll be given the chance to take advantage of the best trade-in offers such as receiving up to $450 off the purchase price of a new Galaxy device on Samsung's website.

Last but not least, you can stop by participating locations to earn 2,000 Samsung Rewards points and redeem them for a free $10 promo code that you can use on Lyft, FandangoNOW and Shutterfly.

As a side note, Best Buy is one of the retailers that offers Samsung deals during Galaxy Day promotion, so starting today and through July 13, customers will be able to save $300 on a Galaxy S10 or S10+. In addition, they will receive a free year of YouTube Premium when they buy any Galaxy S10 or Note 9 through June 30.

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