TL;DR: Amazon is offering some incredible deals on Samsung Galaxy smartphones right now — save up to $300 on a Galaxy S10 series device, or score a free 44mm Galaxy Watch Active2 (a $249.99 value) when you buy a Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10+.
Look, it’s not worth beating around the bush: The Samsung Galaxy smartphone deals that are live on Amazon today are better than the ones we saw across most retailers over Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Yeah, we’re kind of surprised, too — after spotting $200 discounts on select Galaxy S10 and Note 10 devices at Walmart and Amazon over the holiday shopping weekend (not to mention that $400 Target gift card promotion), we didn’t think those things would get any cheaper in the remaining weeks of 2019. And yet. And yet!
Check ’em out:
These fast-charging, long-lasting, and straight-up gorgeous smartphones won Mashable’s Choice Awards upon their release this past spring, and right now you can save up to $300 when you order one through Amazon. Get a Samsung Galaxy S10 starting at just $599.99 for 128GB (a $300 savings); score a Samsung Galaxy S10+ starting at only $699.99 for 128GB (a $300 savings); or grab a Samsung Galaxy S10e with 256GB for a mere $599.99 (a $250 savings).
Note: As an Amazon Deal of the Day, these discounts are only available ’til midnight tonight.
The incredibly big, incredibly powerful, and incredibly beautiful Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ were also handed Mashable’s Choice Awards after they came out a couple of months ago. (Samsung knows how to make a smartphone, y’all.)
For a limited time, you’ll get an all-new 44mm Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 (a $249.99 value) for free when you buy either phone via Amazon: Pick up the Galaxy Note 10 for $949.99, or plunk down $1,099.99 for the Note 10+. (Both devices include an S Pen and 256GB of storage.)
Note: This offer *isn’t* one of Amazon’s Deals of the Day, meaning it could still be live tomorrow, but we’d suggest pulling the trigger on it sooner rather than later in case your preferred Note 10 style/color/storage size goes out of stock.