Woot has refurbished Galaxy Note 8, S8, S8+, and S7 on sale at crazy low prices today only

Woot has refurbished Galaxy Note 8, S8, S8+, and S7 on sale at crazy low prices today only
If you’re interested in maximizing your savings on a slightly older high-end Samsung phone without tying yourself up to a specific carrier for two years, the best places to go are probably eBay and Woot.

The latter is a very reliable Amazon-owned e-tailer specialized in limited-time offers like a fresh batch of 24 hour-only deals on the refurbished Galaxy Note 8, S8, S8+, and S7. All these handsets are sold at hard-to-beat prices until December 29 at 12 AM CT with a “moderate level of wear & tear”, but also 90-day warranties and free shipping for Prime members.

Starting with the newest, fastest, and largest discounted device of the bunch, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is pretty irresistibly priced at $369.99 in an unlocked, GSM-only variant available in Orchid Gray and Midnight Black color options.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy S8+ can be purchased for $319.99 in unlocked configurations designed specifically for Verizon or GSM networks, with the regular-sized GS8 fetching 20 bucks less in the same two versions, as well as several different paint jobs.

Finally, the Galaxy S7 from way back 2016 goes for $159.99 for users of GSM operators or Verizon in a single Midnight Black color variant.

The most important part of the equation is undoubtedly the condition these phones are sold in, which may sound vague at first. But Woot explains exactly what it means by “moderate level of wear & tear”, which includes “minor cosmetic blemishes to the body of the unit and surface scratches on the screen.” 

That’s not so bad for refurbished units otherwise guaranteed to be in “full working condition.” Besides, if you’re not happy with how the Note 8, S8, S8+, or S7 look or function, you can get a replacement or full refund during the 90-day limited warranty window. Surely the discounts are worth the risks considering all that, don’t you think?


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4 Comments

1. darkkjedii

Posts: 30875; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

Nothing refurbed for me, but an S or Note would be tempting, cauze of all the great featurez inside.

4. strategic_developer

Posts: 1627; Member since: Jul 17, 2018

But if you break a device and get it repaired or replaced by the carriers insurance, the device they send you is a refurb, and you still get a full one year warranty on it. If you feel unsafe using a refurb, you can download the full firmware online and use ODIN to format the internal storage and install the firmware fresh. I've done this many times to go back to previous versions of Android on a Galaxy. I'd no one told you it was a refurb, you wouldn't even know. You think OEM'S don't take some returns that look brand new, and shove them back into a sealed box? The best thing about a refurb is, at least if their was something wrong with it, a factory refurb is like getting it new. A new phone can be tampered with. I mean, many of them are assembled by hand. I understand what you said, and I've said it too. But they work just as good and to get them at a steal of a price is a win-win.

2. sissy246

Posts: 7027; Member since: Mar 04, 2015

Yep, no way I will by anything refurbed. It's new or I don't buy.

3. darkkjedii

Posts: 30875; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

Exactly. That way, I know there's no tampering.

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