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Prime Day: SAVE up to £240 on a Samsung Galaxy Tab with this neat trick

Jonathan Bray
22 Jun 2021
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Nab a discounted Galaxy Tab and claim cashback for a deal double-whammy

We’re fans of Samsung’s tablets here at Expert Reviews, in particular the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, so when they’re discounted we get pretty excited. And this Prime Day deal is a monster, slashing the price on the Galaxy Tab S7+ down as low as £559 and the S6 Lite as low as £190.

To get those prices, however, you do have to jump through a few hoops:

  • First, snaffle one of the tablets via the Amazon Prime Day sale. With £120 off its RRP, the Samsung Galaxy S7+ starts at £679 for the Wi-Fi model with 128GB, while the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (64GB, Wi-Fi) is reduced from its recent price of £299 to £259.
  • Next, go to Samsung’s cashback website and claim a cashback discount. Note that you’ll have to do this within 60 days of purchase, and it's only valid against one product. You’ll probably have to upload proof of purchase in the form of a photo of the serial number of your tablet. For full information on the cashback promotion, click here.

Doing this knocks a further £120 off the price of the Tab S7+, reducing it to £559, and an extra £70 off the price of the Tab S6 Lite, bringing the price down as low as £189.

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Those are amazing prices for what are currently among our favourite Android tablets. The Galaxy Tab S7+, in particular, is a stupendous tablet. It comes complete with a vibrant 12.4in 120Hz Super AMOLED display, Qualcomm’s powerful Snapdragon 865 Plus processor, 128GB of storage and a bundled stylus and runs the Apple iPad Pro pretty close for desirability.

The Galaxy S6 Lite isn’t quite as powerful or as slick as the Galaxy Tab S7+ (notably in the display department) but it’s great for the money and, just like its premium sibling, comes with a stylus included in the box.

Don’t forget, to take advantage of any of Prime Day deals you need to be a signed up Prime Day member - click here for details (and a 30-day free trial). And if, for some reason, this deal isn’t cheap enough for you, why not check out the best of the rest of the savings to be made during this year’s Amazon Prime Day sales.

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