The Samsung Galaxy S23 is now on sale, and right now you can get your hands on one at an insanely low price. If you order now you can get a Samsung Galaxy S23 with a storage upgrade and a free $50 gift card thrown in as well.
Theis deal doesn’t require that you enter any discount codes or clip any coupons and is available on all four different color options. You’ll get a 256GB Galaxy S23 without paying more and then get $50 to spend on whatever you want.
Note that Amazon hasn’t said how long this deal is going to last, however. That means that you need to act now if you want to lock this deal in – delay, and there’s a good chance that you could wind up missing out. If you’re buying a Galaxy S23 already, this is a deal you can’t afford to miss.
Buy: Samsung Galaxy S23 Cell Phone + Storage Upgrade + $50 Amazon Gift Card Bundle from Amazon: $799.99 | Original price: $909.99
Whether you’re capturing a memory or catching up with friends, Galaxy S23 will be ready when you need it most; With a 3,900mAh battery*, stay in the moment without worrying about your phone dying
In total, you’re saving $110 and 12% off the original asking price, making this a great saving.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 comes with a fast Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip inside and a 50-megapixel camera at the back. A large 6.1-inch display will look great whether you’re watching content or playing games, too.
Remember that this price isn’t likely to stick around for long so act now if you want to bag this bargain.
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