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 Samsung.com 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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1 Comment

1. LBOCEAN

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.com *(Costco Acct required)

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