Samsung has new deals on Galaxy Watch and Gear S3 smartwatches

Samsung has new deals on Galaxy Watch and Gear S3 smartwatches
If you're looking to buy a new smartwatch this summer, Samsung wants you to know that you can save some bucks on its Galaxy Watch series (Galaxy Watch Active not included). To be precise, as it did more than once in the past, Samsung is now taking $50 off its Galaxy Watch, although this is valid only for the Bluetooth models - 42 mm and 46 mm, priced at $279.99 (instead of $329.99) and $299.99 (instead of $349.99), respectively.

Samsung's Galaxy Watch models that feature both Bluetooth and LTE are only $30 off at the moment. This means you can buy the 42 mm version for $349.99 instead of $379.99, and the 46 mm version for $369.99 instead of $399.99. All these Galaxy Watch deals will be available in the US until July 20.

See these smartwatch deals at Samsung here


Samsung is also taking $50 off the regular price of its older (but still highly rated) Gear S3 frontier smartwatch, so the device currently costs $249.99 instead of $299.99. Not long ago, though, the Gear S3 frontier was $70 off at Samsung, and, in fact, if you don't mind buying it from Amazon, you can get this watch for less than $249.99 right now - see Amazon's exact price below.

In case you're not familiar with Samsung's wearable devices, you can find out more about the ones included in this article by reading our Galaxy Watch review and Gear S3 frontier review.

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2 Comments

1. crazymonkey05

Posts: 188; Member since: Nov 20, 2012

Even though the gear S3 frontier is ancient in terms of technology now. It is still an amazing watch, I have it paired with my Galaxy s8 and it an awesome device! It doesn't show any signs of slowness since the OneUI either!

2. radiospotz

Posts: 1; Member since: May 10, 2018

I also agree with the first commenter, the Galaxy S3 ltell 46 mm, is a great watch and I love mine. I just wish I could view my Nest cameras or ring snap shots on it like I used to. It worked in the first year when it came out but then they changed it and it stopped doing that. That's my only gripe because I know the Apple watch still does because my sister has one. I don't know why they took away this ability

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