This Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 Is $90 Off This Black Friday

Amazon is now selling the Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 for just $139.99 if you take advantage of this Black Friday week deal. You don’t need to enter any discount codes in order to get this special price, and you won’t be asked to clip any on-screen coupons, either. Just place your order as you normally would for any other product and you will save big.

That saving is definitely a substantial one, too. Amazon would normally sell the Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 for around $230 but if you place your order now you will save 39% and $90 without lifting a finger. You should definitely get that order in as soon as possible, though. Amazon hasn’t yet said when this deal is going to come to an end which means that it could happen at any moment. Place your order now and you could have your new tablet in a week.

Buy: Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 10.5” 32GB Android Tablet w/ LCD Screen from Amazon: $139.99 | Original price: $230

A Screen Everyone Will Love: Whether your family is streaming or video chatting with friends, the Galaxy Tab A8 tablet brings out the best in every moment on a 10.5″ LCD screen

There are multiple colors of Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 available but this special deal isn’t available on them all, so keep that in mind when choosing one. The biggest discount is available on the Dark Gray color, so that might be the one to go for.

At the time of writing, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 has more than 8,900 reviews on Amazon with a combined rating of 4.6 stars out of a possible five. That’s a great score, and you’re looking at a tablet that comes with a long-lasting battery, expandable storage, and more. The large 10.5-inch screen makes it perfect for watching content and playing games, too.

Again, this deal isn’t going to last so get those orders in now before Black Friday comes to an end.

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