Though the Samsung Galaxy S20 series has been around for a few months now, it still is the cream of the crop among Android smartphones in 2020. And if you’ve been looking to treat yourself soon, you’re in luck — at Shopee’s Super Brand Day sale, you can snag one at a great price.
Specifically, on the Samsung Super Brand Day on 23 July, you can purchase a Samsung Galaxy S20+ Aura Red at just S$1,348 (that’s a whopping S$150 off the usual price of S$1,498!). Additionally, purchasing it on 23 July itself will net you a free S$80 Grab food voucher, as well as a free Samsung wireless charger stand, both of which amount to S$118. Talk about a darn good deal.
Other deals include:
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 (256GB) – S$1,188 (usual price S$1,298; comes with free keyboard cover worth S$268)
- Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 – S$508 (usual price S$598; comes with free wireless battery pack worth S$98)
- Samsung 50-inch UHD 4K Smart TV – S$1,095 (usual price S$1,499; add-on Samsung Sound Bars from S$249 only)
- Samsung Robot 2-in-1 Vacuum Cleaner – S$479 (usual price S$599)
Additionally, consumers can also enjoy discounts of up to S$80 off a minimum spend of S$800 storewide on the Samsung official flagship store. UOB cardholders get the exclusive deal of a free Samsung Wireless Battery Pack worth S$98 for the first 50 Galaxy S20 series or Tab S6 series devices purchased with a UOB card.
Here are other perks you can enjoy at the Samsung Super Brand Day on 23 July:
- Win exciting prizes with Shopee Kiap Kiap: Play a Samsung edition of Shopee Kiap Kiap and stand a chance to win a Samsung 27” Essential Curved Monitor and exclusive vouchers.
- Redeem exclusive deals on Shopee Live: Tune in to Shopee Live on 23 July at 9pm to enjoy exclusive Samsung deals and stand a chance to win a Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 LTE 44mm.
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