Samsung Gear S3 Classic and Frontier are now $70 cheaper and come with free straps

Samsung Gear S3 Classic and Frontier are now $70 cheaper and come with free straps
In recent months, Samsung's Gear S3 Classic and Gear S3 Frontier smartwatches have been part of various promotional offers - like this one, or this one. However, nothing tops the newest Gear S3 deal that's available at starting this week.

From now through June 16, Samsung is selling the non-LTE Gear S3 Classic and Gear S3 Frontier for $279.99 a piece instead of $349.99 (that's $70 off). Furthermore, both smartwatches now come with one free strap - in addition to the default strap. Only silicone straps (in several colors) are offered for free, but that's still a $29 value that Samsung is giving away. If you want a leather or textile strap, you'll have to pay extra - up to $39, depending on what model you're choosing.

The cheaper Samsung Gear Sport smartwatch is also sold for $70 off (thus costing $229 instead of $299), but this does not come with a free wrist strap.

Before rushing to take advantage of Samsung's latest Gear S3 deal, keep in mind that a Gear S4 smartwatch series is expected to be released soon, possibly as early as August. Of course, the S4 watches will almost certainly cost more than $279, so maybe you should wait for them only if you're not looking to save some money.

source: Samsung


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Posts: 2; Member since: Jun 04, 2018

Actually... the best deal in town is at Costco. The SS Gear 3 Frontier (non LTE), is currently going for $80 off their regular price, bringing the total to a new low of $239.00 And with that savings, you can by all the watch straps you want. The special promo also goes until June 17th. Available at Costco Stores or at *(Costco Acct required)

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