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Deal: Samsung Gear S3 and Gear Sport are now cheaper than ever

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Deal: Samsung Gear S3 and Gear Sport are now cheaper than ever
With a new Gear S4 smartwatch coming soon, Samsung wants to make sure customers aren't losing interest in its current range of smartwatches, including the Gear S3 Classic, Gear S3 Frontier, and Gear Sport. These watches have been part of various promotions and offers recently, but the latest deal from Samsung - available starting today, April 29 - is the greatest yet.

For a limited time, Samsung is taking $70 off the Gear S3 Classic, Gear S3 Frontier, and Gear Sport, thus offering them for the lowest prices to date. Any of the two Gear S3 models can be bought for $279.99 (instead of $349.99), while the Gear Sport is being sold for $229.99 (instead of $299.99). Mind you, only the non-LTE variants of the Gear S3 Classic and Frontier are included in this deal. 


Samsung doesn't say when this new offer expires. In any case, the deal is available not just on Samsung's own website, but also at Best Buy and Amazon - source links for all locations can be found below.    

Update: You may also be able to find the Gear S3 Frontier for only $249.99 at Costco, although you'd need to be a Costco member for this (with membership costing $60 per month). 

As you may know, the Samsung Gear S3 and Gear Sport feature rotating bezels, run TizenOS and are compatible with Android and iOS devices. You can take a closer look at the smartwatches in our Gear Sport review and Gear S3 Frontier review.  

sources: Samsung, Best Buy, Amazon (Gear S3, Gear Sport)

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