“Galaxy Week” at Saturn: VAT is now free here

“Galaxy Week” at Saturn: VAT is now free here
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In the “Galaxy Week” that has now started at Saturn, there is the well-known VAT discount of around 16 percent on most Samsung products with the Galaxy label. So mainly smartphones, smartwatches and headphones. Unfortunately, the Galaxy S22 series is still excluded. One shelf level down there are real bargains during the campaign.

Saturn & Samsung are giving VAT: the new Galaxy A53 is already significantly cheaper

The Samsung Galaxy A53 only appeared on the market at the beginning of April. And unlike the S22 from February, the mid-range cell phone is not excluded from the VAT offers. The popular mobile phone now drops to 326.89 euros in all color variants. Best price for the smartphone that has only been available for a few weeks and claims to be a bestseller. However, Amazon, among others, has already countered.

The smartphones of the A5X series have been at the top of our popularity rankings for years, sooner or later. While the A53 is currently in fourth place, its predecessor – the Galaxy A52s – is in first place. And this model is also discounted in the Saturn campaign. New price: 251.26 euros.

By the way: Saturn also offers the Galaxy A53 with a contract. In the crazy bundle with an O2 contract (all-network flat rate and 12 GB LTE), there is also an Enders gas grill. Costs: one-off 1 euro, monthly 19.99 euros.

Under 500 euros: Galaxy S21 FE sets price mark, extravagant Flip3 also cheaper

There is a little more high-end technology in the Galaxy S21 FE presented in January. The offshoot of last year’s flagship is now available for around 495 euros, breaking through the 500 euro mark. Initially, the mobile phone cost a good 600 euros.

Here, too, there is a predecessor that is no less popular and even cheaper due to the year maturity. The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G is available from Saturn in the current Galaxy Week for 486.55 euros. However, the truth is that this is less than 10 euros difference to the newer model, which emerged as the winner in this comparison. The version without 5G is not on offer.

Also on sale: the foldable Galaxy Z Flip3.

A cell phone tip for those who are looking for something with an eye-catching character: The Galaxy Z Flip3 is available for just under 700 euros. The folding mobile phone can be folded up and stowed away to save space. In addition to this extravagant feature, there is also solid flagship technology here – starting with the Snapdragon 888 processor and 5G to the camera equipment. At the same time, Samsung itself is running a trade-in campaign for the Z Flip3, where you can get even more discount by trading in your old smartphone.

Wearables: Fitness tracker under 30 euros, Watch4 for 209 euros

The standalone smartwatch Galaxy Watch4 Classic is now available with the discount for 209.24 euros – in the version with the larger 46-millimeter display. This makes the smartwatch an absolute price tip, although it should be noted that Samsung smartwatches theoretically work with all smartphones – but they prefer to be in their own ecosystem.

The small, smart fitness tracker Samsung Galaxy Fit2, which has a price of 27.73 euros in the sale, has more of the character of a take-away item.

Visit the Saturn Galaxy Week landing page for more offers. This includes some non-Galaxy products, such as the Samsung 980 SSD with M-2 NVMe interface and 1 TB of storage space for internal use. It currently only costs 88.24 euros. The Galaxy Week offers are valid all week long. It ends next Friday, May 27, 2022.

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