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Stay connected and productive through Samsung's “Better at Home” promo

Exciting bundles, discounts, and rebates await Filipino families with the “Better at Home” promo for SAMSUNG Galaxy devices starting May 22 until June 30 only!

Stay connected and productive through Samsung's “Better at Home” promo

Working remotely is now made better with Samsung’s productivity devices. Through the S20 Ultra/+ Bundle, flagship smartphones Galaxy S20 Ultra and S20+ come with a free Galaxy Buds worth P5,990 and a 128GB MicroSD card worth 1,099.

Those who want to take home the premium Galaxy Note10+ and Note 10 are entitled to a token worth P5,000 on weekends through the Galaxy Note10 Weekend Token Promo. The coupon can be used directly on the purchased unit or on any Samsung device such as phones, tablets, wearables, and accessories.

Moreover, customers who purchase the Note10 Lite can take home a free 10,000 mAh Samsung Battery Pack worth P2,499 through the Note10 Lite bundle.

Another exclusive offer that helps users become more AWESOME online is the Galaxy A Series Price Offs. Save up to P2,000 for purchases of Galaxy A50s, A30s, A20s, and A10s!

As an additional treat for avid customers, every purchase of devices such as Galaxy S20 Ultra, S20+, Note10, Note10+, Note10 Lite, TabS6, and Tab S5e comes with a 50% off on Galaxy Buds+ or Samsung Battery Pack. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Tab S5e can now be purchased with a P2,000 off.

All purchases made through the Samsung Online Store come with Samsung’s official warranty and FREE delivery on select Luzon areas.

Enjoy shopping with Samsung’s “Better At Home” promo. For more information, visit samsung.com/ph/.

Topics: “Better at Home” promo , Samsung , S20 Ultra/+ Bundle , Galaxy Note10 Weekend Token Promo
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