Brand-new Samsung Galaxy Buds score massive discount at top-rated eBay seller
Faced with intensifying competition from the likes of Amazon, Microsoft, and even LG in a fast-growing market totally dominated by arch-rival Apple, Samsung has little choice but to continue to reduce the price of the Galaxy Buds or sell its true wireless earbuds alongside various other gadgets in special bundle deals.
recent Samsung Galaxy Buds discounts and promotions have come from authorized third-party retailers and carriers, and now it's time for a less authorized eBay vendor to step into the limelight with a killer deal of its own. Bidallies, which maintains a near-flawless 99.6 percent positive feedback score based on tens of thousands of customer ratings from the last 12 months, is currently charging a measly $74.95 for a pair of completely cord-free headphones technically listed in "open box" condition.Of course, a number of
That could mean a number of things, but the top-rated eBay seller clarifies by simply describing the heavily discounted item as "new", shipping in "non-retail packaging" after a "professional" testing and inspection process making sure "all features" of the Galaxy Buds on sale here work "properly."
That's almost too good to be true, considering $74.95 is a whopping 55 bucks or so less than the regular price of a brand-new pair of these sleek, lightweight, and relatively powerful earbuds. Obviously, the "catch" is you're not getting any sort of valid US warranty, but the value for money of the "open box" headphones is still pretty sweet at a massive discount of around 42 percent.
Available in a black paint job only from Bidallies, these bad boys are capable of lasting around six hours between charges, with a matching charging case providing an additional seven hours or so of juice. Don't forget that the case and the buds themselves can be wirelessly charged by your 2019 high-end Galaxy phone, and in terms of audio quality, AKG has your back, promising "premium sound with superb dynamic range and exceptional accuracy." Our in-depth review, of course, was a little lighter on the hyperbole, but all in all, these are indeed excellent wireless earbuds... for 75 bucks.