Get a hugely discounted Galaxy S22, Z Fold 4, and more before Samsung’s early Black Friday stocks run out


If you continue On Samsung’s official US website right now, you won’t see many Black Friday references or early holiday deals explicitly advertised with that label. That makes perfect sense, of course, as the biggest shopping day of the year is technically still over a week away, but if you hurry you can take part in an extensive Black Friday 2022 Early Access Sale by clicking on our dedicated links below.

As the name suggests, this massive sale on virtually all best samsung phones, tablets, and Galaxy Buds available today include massive discounts that will eventually be available to everyone before November 25. That’s right, you’re not just looking at early Black Friday 2022 promotions, but current Black Friday prices, discounts and savings.

Here’s your great Black Friday Galaxy S22 Series and S21 FE deals

For now, however, the only way to save maximum is on the state-of-the-art Galaxy Z Fold 4 or S22 Ultra, for example, comes from here, and you can never really know when such highly sought-after products are out of stock, especially at record low prices. In fact, Samsung says the deals are good “while supplies last,” so they could well be gone before… they open to everyone.

The bottom line is that it might not be a good idea to wait for these “Early Access” offers to be made public when you can iron while the iron is hot and avoid missing out on your chance to get a great Christmas present for someone special or even yourself at a potentially unbeatable price.

As always, there are a lot of conditions for what is undoubtedly the top Black Friday Galaxy deals available at the time of writing, starting with trade-ins on very specific products for shoppers looking to keep their holiday spending to an absolute minimum.

The Z Fold 4 and Z Flip are cheaper than ever

For example, the Galaxy S22 Ultra giant can only be yours for a measly $375 if you’re willing to give up a Galaxy S21 Ultra in “good” condition, while the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max… can actually make the S22 Ultra even cheaper.

The same goes for the other two members of the Galaxy S22 family, of course, with the maximum advertised trade-in values ​​of $400 and $500 going even higher if you have an iPhone 13 Pro, 13 Pro Max, 12 Pro Max or Galaxy Z Fold 3 to trade in.

Alternatively, you can even get rid of a cracked device and save big on the S22, S22+ and S22 Ultra, as well as the S21 FE, Galaxy Z Flip 4 or Z Fold 4.

To be clear, it’s one or the other, and of course a cracked device trade-in won’t get you the highest discounts available on any of the high-end phones mentioned above.

The Galaxy Z Fold 4 is also eligible for a cool $300 “guaranteed” trade-in credit with any Galaxy device in “any” condition…or you can skip the trade-in process altogether and save a whopping $450 on your storage choice variant without jumping through hoops.

The Galaxy Z Flip 4, meanwhile, can be yours for just $659.99 with 256 gigs of internal storage and no trade-in in an AT&T-specific variant or $859.99 unlocked.

Black Friday isn’t just for phones – the Tab S8 family and the Buds 2 Pro are also heavily discounted

Then you have the jumbo size Galaxy Tab S8, Tab S8 Plus, and Tab S8 Ultra high-ends, which are almost ridiculously affordable with the right trade-in. Incredibly, Samsung currently offers identical credits for a Tab S8 series purchase for the trade-in of certain devices in both good and less good condition.
For example, a cracked Galaxy Tab S7 can save you a significant $450 on the latest and greatest Android-based Samsung tablets… in addition to some already pretty hefty instant discounts that don’t require you to put any effort into it.
finally, the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro are… not particularly affordable, though you can get up to $75 off their $229.99 list price by trading in or recycling a new or old audio device, as well as a free wireless charger that’s normally a cool $ worth 60.

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Christopher Brito is a social media producer and trending writer for The Valley Voice, with a focus on sports and stories related to race and culture.


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